Tose Page: Most people have heard of Gwyneth Paltrow and Oprah Winfrey, but there are also plenty of A-listers that fly under the radar despite having accomplished just as much—if not more—than their more famous counterparts.
Early Life/Childhood (Age 0 – 12)
Tose Page was born on February 7th, 1975 in Compton, California. His father worked as a janitor for a local school district. Growing up in Compton was not easy and Page was exposed to gang violence at an early age. After his mother passed away when he was just 12 years old, he left home and spent time with various family members before eventually returning to live with his dad who would go on to become his manager.
Tose Page attended Dominguez High School where he played football and wrestled. He graduated from college with a degree in psychology. A few years after graduating from college, he started working as an actor and writer but also took on jobs such as construction work or working security. It was during this period that he co-founded Rock The Vote, which encouraged young people to register to vote by making it more exciting than ever before by staging concerts where voting booths were set up outside the venue.
Career Beginnings (Age 13 – 15)
Rege Jean’s career began when she was just 13 years old. She got her start as a child model for Wilhelmina Models in New York City. Her first acting gig was in a commercial for McDonald’s alongside Star Wars’ Mark Hamill. It wasn’t until 1990, at age 16, that she landed her first film role in Steven Spielberg’s Hook opposite Robin Williams.
For the remainder of the decade, she went on to star in several teen movies such as The Craft and 10 Things I Hate About You. After the turn of the millennium, she started appearing more frequently in television roles.
In 2008, she became known for her recurring character Ann Perkins on NBC’s Parks and Recreation before being promoted to series regular by season 4. Alongside her TV work, Tose has continued to appear in films including Creed II, Avengers: Infinity War and Fantastic Beasts: Crimes of Grindelwald.
Teenage Years (Age 16 – 19)
Jean attended Bishop Montgomery High School in Torrance, California. In his freshman year, he played football. However, after a coach saw him dropping a pass at a game he was told that he would never make it in sports so instead he focused on academics. After graduating high school with an 3.5 GPA, Jean enrolled at Stanford University where he studied political science and was an active member of Kappa Alpha Psi fraternity (Kappa is spelled ΚΑΨ).
He then went on to attend Stanford Law School as well as UCLA Anderson School of Management where he earned his MBA degree. After graduation, he interned at Merrill Lynch before being accepted into Harvard Business School’s MPA/ID program.
Although Jean has been working hard since high school, he’s always had time for fun! He still goes surfing with friends when time permits and plays hoops every now and then. His favorite sport is basketball though because he has been playing for years!
Breakthrough in Acting Career (Age 20 – 24)
In 1994, Page was cast as a young John F. Kennedy in Without Warning: The James Brady Story about the press secretary who was wounded during Ronald Reagan’s assassination attempt. In 1995, he starred opposite Drew Barrymore in The Wedding Singer. In 1996, he appeared on Broadway with Anne Heche in A Streetcar Named Desire as Stanley Kowalski.
Most Recent Updates (2019+)
Rege Jean Page is an American actor who is best known for his roles in Django Unchained and The Hateful Eight. His net worth was $25 million in 2016.
Page has a production company called Red Granite Pictures, which he cofounded with director Riza Aziz. The studio produced films like Daddy’s Home, which grossed over $150 million worldwide at the box office. The studio also financed movies such as Dumb and Dumber To, Ride Along 2, Ip Man 3, Hotel Transylvania 2, Inconceivable, and 127 Hours.
Red Granite also owns a stake in Pinewood Iskandar Malaysia Studios where they filmed their movie Great World of Sound.
Rege’s start date with the company is unknown but it seems that he has been acting since 2002 when he had small roles on TV series such as Law & Order SVU.
In 2013 he won Best Supporting Actor Award at Cannes Film Festival for his performance in Inside Llewyn Davis.
The following year (2014) Tose Page starred as Ace Levy in Quentin Tarantino’s film The Hateful Eight
The Big Time (Age 25+)
Reginald Rege Jean’s net worth is $10 million. This makes him one of the richest people in Hollywood. He is also ranked as one of the Top 20 Richest Celebrities under 25 years old. His success has earned him a spot on The Big Time! And at just 23 years old, he could be earning more than some actors who are twice his age.
I know I’m blessed, he told Entrepreneur magazine last year when asked about his achievements so far. I’m really trying to work hard and make this dream come true.
He was just 16 when he got his first taste of fame by starring on America’s Got Talent. And even before then, it seemed like this young man was destined for success: he started out as a YouTube star before catching the eye of JAY-Z himself and performing with Beyoncé at President Obama’s inaugural ball.