Yasmin Paige

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Yasmin Paige
Born (1991-06-24) 24 June 1991 (age 28)
London, England, United Kingdom
Years active2003 – present

Yasmin Paige (born 24 June 1991) is an English actress who is best known for her roles as Jordana Bevan in Submarine, Beth Mitchell in Pramface and Maria Jackson in The Sarah Jane Adventures.[1]


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.[2][3] She had a reduced involvement with the second series of The Sarah Jane Adventures because of her GCSEs exam work.[4]

Paige appeared in Ballet Shoes, in which she plays one of the leads, Petrova Fossil,[5] and co-starred as "Jordana Bevan" in the 2010 film Submarine.

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.[6]

In 2014, she has the main role in the new Jack Thorne drama Glue. The series sees her reunite with her former Sarah Jane Adventures co-star Tommy Knight.



Year Title Role Network Notes
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[7] 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
2014 Glue Ruth E4 Main cast
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


Year Title Role
2000 Z Princess Sara
2001 The Others Bridesmaid
2003 Wondrous Oblivion Liliana
Second Nature Ibrahim's Daughter
2004 Tooth Tooth
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
2010 Submarine Jordana Bevan
2013 The Double Melanie Papadopoulos
2014 Chicken Annabell
[8] The Possibilities are Endless Young Grace
2016 Ramona & The Chair Ramona


Year Title Role Notes
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.


  1. ^ Maria Jackson "The Sarah Jane Adventures". Retrieved 4 February 2017.
  2. ^ "The Mysti Show". Retrieved 22 February 2010.
  3. ^ 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.
  4. ^ "Sarah Jane Adventures': Season Two Preview". 28 September 2008. Retrieved 22 February 2010.
  5. ^ "BBC - Press Office - All-star cast dance onto BBC One in Ballet Shoes". Retrieved 22 February 2010.
  6. ^ "Channel 4 - Coming Up - Series 7 Episode 4". Retrieved 28 August 2012.
  7. ^ "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.
  8. ^ "The Possibilities are Endless". BFI.com. Retrieved 18 December 2015.

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