|Born||August 25, 1971|
|Occupation||Actor, voice actor|
Page grew up in an Air Force family and moved around Australia frequently as a child. A former cyclist, Page attended the Australian Institute of Sport with Stuart O'Grady and competed in Europe with Lance Armstrong. He retired from professional cycling at the age of 19 due to various injuries and because he could not remain competitive in Europe without performance-enhancing drugs. He recalled "It was an era that was plagued by drugs and it was very hard to see your way through to a long career... because I stayed clean, you could beat them some of the time, but not all of the time."
Describing his decision to take up acting after ending his cycling career, Page has said "I went into a wilderness for a while and had nothing to fall back on, then I decided to do something that was going to scare me". He began with "a little Tuesday night drama class" and graduated from the Centre for Performing Arts, Adelaide (now the Adelaide College of the Arts) in 1996.
In the first years of his acting career, Page primarily worked in theatre productions in Adelaide. He appeared in the films Strange Fits of Passion in 1999 and Sample People in 2000. In 2003, Page had a recurring role in the third series of The Secret Life of Us as Charlie, Richie Blake's boyfriend. In 2009, he was lauded for his performance as Ray "Chuck" Bennett in Underbelly: A Tale of Two Cities.
In 2011, he played Alasdair "Mac" Macdonald, the husband of Ita Buttrose in Paper Giants: The Birth of Cleo, an ABC mini-series about Buttrose's life. After the series aired, Macdonald sued the ABC for defamation for erroneously depicting him as deserting his family. Scenes of Page's performance in Paper Giants were played in court as evidence. The ABC later issued a formal apology to Macdonald.
In 2012, Page co-starred as Detective Inspector Jack Robinson in the first series of Miss Fisher's Murder Mysteries opposite Essie Davis, with whom he had appeared in a stage production of MacBeth in Adelaide in July 1998. Miss Fisher has been very successful, with an average of more than 1.5 million viewers per episode in Australia and global distribution in more than 120 territories. The ABC aired the second and third series of Miss Fisher in 2013 and 2015.
In 2016, Page returned to the stage for the first time in ten years. He played Vinnie in The Distance with the Melbourne Theatre Company and starred as Robert Hannay in The 39 Steps with the State Theatre Company of South Australia in Adelaide.
A photograph of Page, titled The Chameleon IV, 2015 by Sydney-based photographer Sam McAdam-Cooper, was a finalist for the National Photographic Portrait Prize in 2016. Finalist photographs were displayed at the National Portrait Gallery in Canberra and were exhibited throughout Australia in 2016 and 2017.
2020 sees Nathan as the leading man in the much anticipated feature film "Miss Fisher and the Crypt of Tears" opposite his costar from the TV Series Miss Fisher's Murder Mysteries, Essie Davis. The film is set to open in Australian cinemas on 27 February 2020 and in limited theatrical release in the United States in March. Further distribution is still to be determined. It had its world premiere at the Palm Springs International Film Festival to sold-out crowds with Nathan Page and Essie Davis both in attendance.
|2019||The Hunting||Sam||4 episodes (mini-series)|
|2015||Hiding||Kosta "Koz" Krilich||8 episodes|
|2012–2015||Miss Fisher's Murder Mysteries||John "Jack" Robinson||34 episodes|
|2013||Underbelly: Squizzy||Henry Stokes||4 episodes|
|2012||Redfern Now||Homicide Detective||episode "Pretty Boy Blue"|
|2011||Paper Giants: The Birth of Cleo||Alasdair "Mac" Macdonald||2 episodes (mini-series)|
|2009||All Saints||Paul||episode "Safe Haven"|
|2007||Home and Away||Colin Marshall||episode # 1.4532|
|2009||Underbelly: A Tale of Two Cities||Ray "Chuck" Bennett||3 episodes|
|2003||The Secret Life of Us||Charlie||12 episodes|
|2002||White Collar Blue||Rick Calliope||episode # 1.4|
|2019||The 39 Steps||Richard Hannay||Jon Halpin||Dunstan Playhouse, Merrigong Theatre Company, Canberra Theatre, and Geelong Arts Centre||with Anna Steen, Tim Overton and Charles Mayer|
|2018||After Dinner||Stephen||Corey McMahon||Dunstan Playhouse||with Elena Carapetis, Jude Henshall, Ellen Steele, and Rory Walker|
|2016||The 39 Steps||Richard Hannay||Jon Halpin||Dunstan Playhouse||with Anna Steen, Tim Overton and Charles Mayer|
|2016||The Distance||Vinnie||Leticia Cáceres||Southbank Theatre, The Sumner||with Nadine Garner, Katrina Milosevic and Martin Blum|
|2007||Nightcafe||–||Gavin Webber||–||with Kate Harman, Alice Hinde and Kyle Page|
|2006||Peribanez||–||Neil Armfield||Seymour Theatre||with Leeanna Walsman, Socratis Otto and Nathaniel Dean|
|2006||Been So Long||–||Syd Brisbane||–||with Evan Jureidini, Hannah Norris and Brendan Rock|
|2005||Already Elsewhere||–||Kate Champion||Drama Theatre||with Fiona Cameron, Kirstie McCracken and Byron Perry|
|2004||A Midsummer Night's Dream||–||Benedict Andrews||Belvoir St. Theatre||with Jacek Koman, Tim Draxl, Anthony Phelan and Socratis Otto|
|2003||Who's Afraid of Virginia Woolf?||–||David Field||–||with Loretta Brades, Rosalba Clemente and Peter Kowitz|
|2002||Same But Different||–||Kate Champion||–||with Brian Harrison, Shaun Parker and Byron Perry|
|2001||Design for Living||–||Rodney Fisher||Playhouse Theatre||with Josephine Byrnes, Narjic Fogerty, Patrick Frost and Rhys Muldoon|
|1998||Macbeth||–||Rodney Fisher||–||with Laurence Coy, Essie Davis, Jeremy Sims and John Walter|
|1997||Features of Blown Youth||–||Benedict Andrews||The Queens Theatre||with Valerie Berry, Syd Brisbane and Richard Kelly|
|1997||Mercedes/In the Solitude of the Cotton Fields||–||–||The Queens Theatre||with Rebecca Harvey and Frank Whitten|
|1996||The Lower Depths||–||Rosalba Clemente||Price Theatre||with Jody Anderson, Pamela Graham and Jane Walker|
|1996||Anger's Love||–||Peter Dunn||The Street Theatre||with Josh McIntyre, Gabrielle Reilly and Sean Weatherly|
|1995||The Fairy Queen||–||Jack Edwards||Scott Theatre||with Catriona Barr, Pamela Graham and Samantha Rogers|
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- Miss Fisher's Murder Mysteries Official Website
- Armfield gives 'Spain's Hamlet' its Aussie premiere at the University's York Theatre
- Theatre Review :: Peribanez