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Paige Locke is an actor, filmmaker and soprano from Toronto, ON.
She's trained in both film and musical theatre and has studied with the Stella Adler Academy in Los Angeles and Pro Actors Lab in Toronto.
     She's a lead in the 2022 ACTRA Award nominated comedy Pink Is In which wrapped its 3rd season in September 2022. 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 show 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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