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Paige Locke is a two-time ACTRA Award nominated actor (for Pink Is In), award-winning filmmaker (for Misfit M.) and soprano from Toronto, ON.
She's trained in both film and musical theatre and has studied in Los Angeles, New York and Toronto.
     She's a lead in the 2022 & 2023 ACTRA nominated comedy series Pink Is In which has all 3 of its seasons available on Amazon Prime in the US & UK and with Bell TV in Canada. She has also appeared in What We Do in the ShadowsCarter starring Jerry O'Connell, and was a series lead on season 2 of YTV's Emmy-nominated, improvised comedy series Undercover High. Most recently she wrapped a short by Canadian director Aaron Yeger titled Thereby Hangs A Tale starring alongside Rosemany Dunsmore and Morgan Kohan.
     Under the umbrella of her production company Lockeport Productions, she began producing in 2018 with Misfit M.; a Marilyn Monroe biopic in which she stars as Monroe. Misfit M. has been accepted to 20 festivals worldwide including the Oscar-Qualifying LA Shorts and won numerous awards for its cinematography, most notably Best Cinematography from Chelsea Film Festival in New York. The film was adapted from a one-woman play version of the story titled simply Misfit which Locke performed across Ontario throughout 2016 & 2017. Misfit appeared in the Hamilton Fringe Festival and at the Grand Theatre in London, ON. 
     She also produced 8+ Weeks, a short written by Tara Federko, which premiered with Canadian Film Fest and in the fall of 2022 worked on two feature documentaries for Netflix; one as production coordinator, one as an assistant director. Outside of production she works in various departments including grip, electric and locations. Recent crew credits include the indie features I Used to be Funny (location manager, dir. Ally Pankiw), Mustache (assistant director, dir. Imran J. Khan) and too many TV movies to recall. Both Mustache and I Used to Be Funny are having their World Premiere at SXSW '23. 
     She is an art school dropout (painting & drawing, OCAD University) and splits her time between Toronto and Los Angeles.

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