This biography of a living person needs additional citations for verification. (June 2015) (Learn how and when to remove this template message)
|Born||24 June 1991|
London, England, United Kingdom
|Years active||2003 – present|
Paige was born in London to a Jewish family and has acted since the age of 4. She made her screen debut in the 2003 film Wondrous Oblivion. Paige also starred in The Mysti Show. She had a reduced involvement with the second series of The Sarah Jane Adventures because of her GCSEs exam work.
In February and March 2012, Paige played Beth Mitchell in the six-part BBC Three comedy Pramface. She returned to this role for a second series in 2013. She appeared as Nicky in the Channel 4 drama Spoof or Die, which aired on 30 July 2012.
|Unknown||Bed & Breakfast Star||Elsa||BBC|
|Smack the Pony||Birthday Girl||Channel 4|
|The Search||Lost Child||BBC|
|2003||Keen Eddie||April Kinney||Fox||"Eddie Loves Baseball " Series 1, Episode 4|
|2004||The Mysti Show||Abi||BBC One||All of Series 1 and some episodes of series 2|
|The Last Detective||Katy Berisha||ITV1||"Dangerous and the Lonely Hearts" Series 2, Episode 4|
|Doctors||Kerry Barclay||BBC One||"Look Both Ways" Series 6, Episode 14|
|2005||The Golden Hour||Cherry Dean||ITV1||Series 1, Episode 3|
|2007||The Sarah Jane Adventures||Maria Jackson||CBBC||Appeared in every story of Series 1, as listed below:
Filmed at various locations in Cardiff, Wales
|My Life as a Popat||Lucy Miesels||ITV1||"Ghost " Series 2, Episode 3|
|Secret Life||Michaela||Channel 4||Released on DVD: 19 April 2007 (UK)|
|2008||The Sarah Jane Adventures||Maria Jackson||CBBC||Appeared in the following Series 2 stories:
Episodes filmed at various locations in Cardiff, Wales
|2009||Murderland||Jessica||ITV1||Series 1, Episode 1-3|
|2012-2014||Pramface||Beth Mitchell||BBC Three||Series 1-3|
|2017||The Good Karma Hospital||Josie Young||ITV1||Series 1, Episode 3|
|Year||Title||Role||Radio Station/Production Company||Notes|
|Unknown||The Meeting Point||Noor||BBC Belfast for BBC||Audio Story|
|The Little Toe Radio||Narrator||BBC Radio 7|
|Topic Chocolate Bars||Voice Over||BBC Radio/Film 400||Advert|
|2013||Neil Gaiman’s Neverwhere||Anaesthesia, Tenant 2 – female, and Match girl||BBC Radio 4 and BBC Radio 4 Extra||N/A|
|2017||The Book of Yehudit||Yehudit||BBC Radio 4|
|Second Nature||Ibrahim's Daughter|
|2005||The Keeper: The Legend of Omar Khayyam||Young Darya|
|2006||True True Lie||Young Dana|
|2007||I Could Never Be Your Woman||Melanie|
|Ballet Shoes||Petrova Fossil|
|2013||The Double||Melanie Papadopoulos|
|||The Possibilities are Endless||Young Grace|
|2016||Ramona & The Chair||Ramona|
|2003||Les Misérables||Cosette||Shown at Palace Theatre London This earned her a nomination as Best Performer in the Annual Children's Entertainment Awards.|
|2010||Spur of the Moment||Emma G||Shown at Royal Court Theatre.|
|Unknown||Romeo & Juliet||Juliet||Shown at Bloomsbury Theatre.|
|Annie||Molly||Shown at Hammersmith Theatre.|
- Maria Jackson "The Sarah Jane Adventures". Retrieved 4 February 2017.
- "The Mysti Show". Retrieved 22 February 2010.
- Nazzaro, Joe (28 September 2006). "Who's Sarah Jane Gets Own Show". Sci Fi Wire. Sci Fi Channel. Archived from the original on 14 October 2006. Retrieved 28 September 2006.
- "Sarah Jane Adventures': Season Two Preview". 28 September 2008. Retrieved 22 February 2010.
- "BBC - Press Office - All-star cast dance onto BBC One in Ballet Shoes". Retrieved 22 February 2010.
- "Channel 4 - Coming Up - Series 7 Episode 4". Retrieved 28 August 2012.
- "Enemies of The Doctor are out for revenge in The Sarah Jane Adventures – a brand new CBBC drama from the makers of Doctor Who)". Retrieved 11 December 2009.
- "The Possibilities are Endless". BFI.com. Retrieved 18 December 2015.
|This article about a United Kingdom film and television actor or actress is a stub. You can help Wikipedia by expanding it.|