|Born||Paige Audrey Marie Hurd
July 20, 1992
Dallas, Texas, U.S.
Life and career
Hurd was born in Dallas, Texas. She was born to an African American father and Puerto Rican mother. She was featured in the comedy Beauty Shop (2005) starring Queen Latifah and portrayed Tasha, next door neighbor of Chris in the Chris Rock-produced TV series Everybody Hates Chris. She also played DMX's daughter in Cradle 2 the Grave (2003), a film about a few precious stones that get into the wrong hands, starring Jet Li. Paige also appeared as Denise in The Cat in the Hat, a 2003 comedy film loosely based on the 1957 book of the same name, by Dr. Seuss.
Paige also appeared in Jasmine Villegas's music video for "I Own This" and Steph Jones's music video for "Beautiful." She was also featured as Justin Bieber's love interest in his music video of "Never Let You Go." She also was featured in Romeo Miller's music video Mistletoe. Paige started her acting career training with Dallas Young Actors Studio directed by Linda Seto. She is starring in new movie called 'Crosstown' with well known actors and actresses such as Vivica A. Fox. She was also featured in two of singer "Trevante"'s music videos "Be your First" and "Forever".
|2003||Cradle 2 the Grave||Vanessa|
|2003||The Cat in the Hat||Denise|
|2004||Time Out||Lauren Martin|
|2005||The Adventures of Tango McNorton: Licensed Hero||Sudserella|
|2007||Ben 10: Race Against Time||Stephanie||TV Movie|
|2008||Pick or Press||Unknown||Video short|
|2009||Surviving Brotherhood||Ashley||Video short|
|2010||Peep Game||Tresse Hart|
|1999||Felicity||Natasha||Episode: "True Colors"|
|2002||Boomtown||Grace Adams||Episode: "Pilot"|
|2002||George Lopez||Little Girl||Episode: "Halloween Cheer"|
|2003||The Division||Chloe||Episode: "Extreme Action Figures"|
|2005||The Suite Life of Zack & Cody||Tiffany||Episode: "The Fairest of Them All"|
|2005||Medium||Ashley||Episode: "The Reckoning"|
|2006||ER||Danielle Davis||Episode: "Tell Me No Secrets"|
|2006–2009||Everybody Hates Chris||Tasha||Recurring role|
|2007–2013||17th Street||Vanessa Pade||Recurring role|
- Mendoza, N.F. (2005-04-12). "Piano teacher to the stars has musical ties to Seattle". The Seattle Times. Retrieved 8 April 2010.
- Holden, Stephen (2003-02-28). "When Kung-Fu Overcomes Chest-Beating Hip-Hop". The New York Times. Retrieved 8 April 2010.
- IMDB Bio