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Also Known As: Samuel Page, Nathan Watkins Died:
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Few actors enter the competitive world of show business with quite the determination that Sam Page did. Born in Whitefish Bay, Wisconsin in 1976, Page went on to study ecology at the prestigious Princeton University. He had never participated in so much as a school play when, during his senior year, he decided that after graduating, he would move to the West Coast to become a professional actor. He worked hard and paid his dues, making his first appearance in 1999 on three episodes of the series "Popular" (WB, 1999-2001). His next big break came in the form of a recurring role on "All My Children" (ABC, 1970-2011), followed by a recurring role on "American Dreams" (NBC, 2002-05) in 2003. Page would star alongside James Woods on the series "Shark" (CBS, 2006-08), after which he landed an even bigger role-that of Joan's fiancé and then husband Greg on the acclaimed series "Mad Men" (AMC, 2007-2015). The part increased Page's star power by a significant margin. He would go on to enjoy a recurring role on the award winning "House of Cards" (Netflix, 2014-), and starred in the TV movie "All Things Valentine" (Hallmark, 2016) in 2016.

Few actors enter the competitive world of show business with quite the determination that Sam Page did. Born in Whitefish Bay, Wisconsin in 1976, Page went on to study ecology at the prestigious Princeton University. He had never participated in so much as a school play when, during his senior year, he decided that after graduating, he would move to the West Coast to become a professional actor. He worked hard and paid his dues, making his first appearance in 1999 on three episodes of the series "Popular" (WB, 1999-2001). His next big break came in the form of a recurring role on "All My Children" (ABC, 1970-2011), followed by a recurring role on "American Dreams" (NBC, 2002-05) in 2003. Page would star alongside James Woods on the series "Shark" (CBS, 2006-08), after which he landed an even bigger role-that of Joan's fiancé and then husband Greg on the acclaimed series "Mad Men" (AMC, 2007-2015). The part increased Page's star power by a significant margin. He would go on to enjoy a recurring role on the award winning "House of Cards" (Netflix, 2014-), and starred in the TV movie "All Things Valentine" (Hallmark, 2016) in 2016.

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CAST: (feature film)

1.
 Walking the Dog (2017)
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 1915 (2015)
5.
 Caught (2015)
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 In the Dark (2013)
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 Finish Line (2008)
9.
 Bourbon St. Shadows (1962) Charlie
10.
 Invisible Avenger (1958) Charlie
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2006:
Co-starred alongside James Woods on the series "Shark."
2002:
Played the recurring role of Trey on the soap "All My Children."
2003:
Played Drew on the series "American Dreams."
2008:
Began playing Joan's fiance and then husband Greg on the acclaimed series "Mad Men."
2011:
Played the recurring role of Sam Allen on "Desperate Housewives."
2014:
Took on the recurring role of Connor Ellis on "House of Cards."
2016:
Starred in the Hallmark TV movie "All Things Valentine."
2016:
Co-starred with Danny Pudi in the comedy "The Tiger Hunter."
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