5 Interesting Facts You Didn’t Know About The Bridgerton Actor

5 Interesting Facts You Didn't Know About The Bridgerton Actor

5 Interesting Facts You Didn’t Know About The Bridgerton Actor

Followers can thank Netflix’s Bridgerton for the newest Man Crush, Regé-Jean Page. The Shonda Rhimes’ periodical series has garnered a slew of fans. It is the show’s breakout heartthrob, who plays the Duke of Hastings who’s catching the attention of fans across the world. 

Fans are vying for him to be the next Bond. Could he contend against Idris Elba for the role? Who is this dashing star who has the internet going wild? Find out more interesting facts about  Rege-Jean

Regé-Jean Page in photos: Meet the Duke of 'Bridgerton'

  •  He was born in Zimbabwe

Identifying as biracial, Page was born in Harare, Zimbabwe in 1990 to a Zimbabwean nurse and an English preacher. He spent part of his life in the Southern African country before his family moved to London.

  • He is single

While fans are rooting for Page and Bridgerton co-star Phoebe Dynevor to be a couple in real life, he is single. The actor keeps his romantic life private however he is a romantic. “I’m a huge fan of romance as a concept,” he told Entertainment Weekly. 

  • He is a musician 

The handsome actor is also musical. When Regé-Jean was a teenager he and his brother formed a punk band. Page sang and played the drums. He and his brother formed Tunya and debuted a single titled ‘Don’t Wait’ in 2020.

  • His name is pronounced as Reggae

He has personally explained exactly how to pronounce his name. In a 2017 tweet, Page schooled fans on the pronunciation of his double-barrel name. He explained that it’s “Regé as in reggae, Jean as in Wyclef.”

  • Bridgerton isn’t his first Shonda Rhimes production

Page and Rhimes working relationship dates back to the short-lived legal drama ‘For the People’, which aired for two seasons on ABC.

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