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Paige Locke is an actor, singer and filmmaker from Toronto, ON. 

     Her first break was on the improvised comedy show Undercover High on YTV. She's gone on to receive three consecutive ACTRA Award nominations for each season of Pink Is In (Amazon Prime/Bell Fibe, 2022-2024). She has also appeared in What We Do in the Shadows on FX and Carter on Bravo. In 2023, she filmed a short by Canadian director Aaron Yeger titled Thereby Hangs A Tale alongside Canadian talent Rosemary Dunsmore and Morgan Kohan and an episode of the new CBC comedy series One More Time (Winter '24).

     She began producing in 2018 with Misfit M., a Marilyn Monroe biopic in which she also plays Monroe. Misfit M. screened with 20 festivals across North America and Europe including the Oscar-Qualifying LA Shorts. It 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, Misfit (dir. Darren Stewart-Jones), which Locke originated & performed across Ontario. Misfit appeared in the Hamilton Fringe Festival and at the Grand Theatre in London, ON. On stage, Paige has also been Kristine in A Chorus Line and Audrey in Little Shop of Horrors. 

     When not acting and producing her own projects, she works full-time in the film industry. Recent credits include the indie features I Used to be Funny starring Rachel Sennott, Mustache, multiple Netflix documentaries, seasons 4 & 5 Vice's Dark Side of the Ring, and too many made-for-TV movies to recall. Both Mustache and I Used to Be Funny had their World Premiere at SXSW '23.

     She has a Bachelor of Performing Arts degree from Capilano University in Vancouver, British Columbia and a Music Theatre Performance diploma from St. Clair College in Windsor, ON. She is also an art school dropout (painting & drawing, OCAD University) and splits her time between Toronto and Los Angeles.

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