Sam Page Net Worth

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Sam Page Net Worth:
$2 Million

Sam Page Net Worth: Sam Page is an American actor who has a net worth of $2 million. Born in Whitefish Bay, Wisconsin, in 1976, Sam Page studied at Princeton University in New Jersey and earned degrees in evolutionary biology and ecology. Page made his acting debut in 1999 in three episodes of "Popular" as the Stone Cold Fox boy. He went on to appear in "7th Heaven", "Undressed", and "Men, Women & Dogs" before playing Trey Kenyon on "All My Children" from 2002 until 2003. Page played Drew Mandel on a dozen episodes of "American Dreams" from 2003 until 2004 and landed a part on the main cast of "Point Pleasant". He has since appeared on "CSI: Miami", "Shark", "Mad Men", "Melrose Place", "Greek", "Desperate Housewives", "Gossip Girl", "The Event", "Castle", "Lie to Me", "Up All Night", "Switched at Birth", "The Client List", "Last Resort", "Scandal", "Necessary Roughness", "House of Cards", and "The Mindy Project". Page's film credits include 2001's "The Brotherhood", 2005's "Wish You Were Here", 2005's "Cruel World", 2008's "Finish Line", 2009's "Falling Up", "2010's "The United Monster Talent Agency", 2011's "Annie Claus Is Coming To Town", 2012's "Valediction", 2013's "In the Dark", and 2014's "Serial Daters Anonymous". Page is slated to appear in 2015's "1915" and "The Tiger Hunter".

Sam Page Net Worth

Sam Page

Net Worth:$2 Million
Date of Birth:May 24, 1965 (55 years old)
Gender:Male
Profession:Anesthesiologist
Nationality:United States of America
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