There’s a new TV heartthrob that people of the internet can’t stop talking about.
Netflix and Shondaland blessed us with the gorgeous Simon Besset, the Duke of Hastings, in their newest period drama Bridgerton, and we can’t thank them enough for introducing us to the man who plays him: Regé-Jean Page.
Unknown to many, Page isn’t new to television. According to his IMDb profile, the 31-year-old British-Zimbabwean actor has been acting since 2004 and has appeared in several shows and movies including Harry Potter (yep, that's right!).
Now, if you’re done binging (or have rewatched) Bridgerton, and are looking for more ways to see more of his handsome face, we have listed down below more Regé-Jean Page content for your pleasure. Happy viewing!
Sylvie’s Love (2020)
Days before the premiere of Bridgerton, Page’s second film, Sylvie’s Love, was aired on Amazon Prime. Page plays a musician named Chico Sweetney, who falls in love with the lead actress’ cousin Mona (Aja Naomi King).
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For the People (2018-2019)
Did you know that Page also starred in another Shondaland show? In 2018, the 31-year-old actor played an assistant US attorney named Leonard Knox in the American drama For the People.
Mortal Engines (2018)
Page’s debut on the silver screen is the action/sci-fi film Mortal Engines. He played Captain Khora, a pilot who fights robots in a post-apocalyptic world.
The actor played an enslaved man named Chicken George in History Channel’s remake of the historical drama, Roots, which is based on Alex Haley’s 1976 book, Roots: The Saga of an American Family.
Page told InStyle, “My big entrance into this industry was playing an enslaved person, which is an absolute cliché of people of color.”
Waterloo Road (2015)
Page’s first big role a role in BBC series Waterloo. He played Guy Braxton, who is a teacher at a school where he is newly transferred. Later on, it is revealed that he sleeps at the school due to homelessness.
Fresh Meat (2013)
Page appeared in two episodes of season three of the British comedy-drama television series Fresh Meat. He plays the domesticated college boy Dean, who helps the lead, Josie, with her household chores.
Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows Part 1 (2011)
If you remember the scene at Bill and Fleur’s wedding in the Weaselys' house, you may have probably spotted a familiar face there. Though uncredited in IMDb, Page was seen beside Hermione Granger (Emma Watson) and Mrs. Weasley (Julie Walters).