Angelica Page

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Angelica Page (Angelica Sue Torn) was born on 17 February, 1964 in New York, New York, United States, is an Actress, director, producer, screenwriter. Discover Angelica Page’s Biography, Age, Height, Physical Stats, Dating/Affairs, Family and career updates. Learn How rich is She in this year and how She spends money? Also learn how She earned most of networth at the age of 56 years old?

Popular AsAngelica Sue Torn
OccupationActress, director, producer, screenwriter
Age56 years old
Zodiac SignAquarius
Born17 February 1964
Birthday17 February
BirthplaceNew York, New York, United States
NationalityUnited States

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Who Is Angelica Page’s Husband?

Her husband is Tim Williams (m. 1998–2001), Keith William Burkhardt (m. 1984–1992)

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HusbandTim Williams (m. 1998–2001), Keith William Burkhardt (m. 1984–1992)
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Angelica Page Net Worth

She net worth has been growing significantly in 2018-19. So, how much is Angelica Page worth at the age of 56 years old? Angelica Page’s income source is mostly from being a successful Actress. She is from United States. We have estimated Angelica Page’s net worth, money, salary, income, and assets.

Net Worth in 2020$1 Million – $5 Million
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Timeline of Angelica Page


As of 2018, Page resided in Los Angeles, California.


In 2015, Page developed the one-woman show Turning Page, a biographical play in which she portrayed her mother. The production opened in Los Angeles before touring nationally, and Charles McNulty of the Los Angeles Times praised it, writing: “For those who have been touched by Page’s sorcery—and I personally don’t know any great actor who hasn’t been—Angelica’s virtuosic conjuring of her mother’s spirit is something to behold.” The production continued to tour into 2017.


Nominated for her second Helen Hayes Award (Best Actress 2010) for her portrayal of Ivy Weston in the Pulitzer Prize- and Tony Award-winning August: Osage County (Broadway and National Tour), her performance was heralded as “revelatory” by the Chicago Tribune. On television, she appeared as Julia Brinn in Law & Order: Special Victims Unit (2005); other television credits include Law & Order: Criminal Intent, The Sopranos, 100 Centre Street, and As the World Turns. In 2009, she had a supporting role in the Michael Imperioli-directed drama The Hungry Ghosts.


She continued to appear Off-Broadway throughout the 2000s, returning to Broadway with a supporting part in a 2012 revival of The Best Man. In 2015, she starred as her mother, Geraldine Page, in the touring stage production Turning Page, a biographical play which she also wrote. Additional film credits include Michael Imperioli’s The Hungry Ghosts (2009), and the thriller Never Here (2017).

On stage, Page received the Helen Hayes Award (Best Actress 2000) for her work in the Tony Award-winning Side Man at the Kennedy Center. This followed closely after being honored with the New York People’s Choice Award in the Best Supporting Actress category (1999) for her portrayal of Patsy, a role she originated for the same production.


Page began her career as an understudy in the 1993 Broadway revival of Anna Christie, and made her feature film debut in Nobody’s Fool (1994). In 1998, she starred in a Broadway production of Side Man, which earned her a Helen Hayes Award for Best Actress. She subsequently appeared in the films The Sixth Sense (1999), and the political drama The Contender (2000).

Page’s first professional role was on Broadway as an understudy in the 1993 revival of Gore Vidal’s Anna Christie. She subsequently made her feature film debut in Nobody’s Fool (1994), and appeared in several independent films before having a supporting role in M. Night Shyamalan’s The Sixth Sense (1999). Also in 2000, she had a supporting role in Amos Kollek’s Fast Food Fast Women (2000), and in the Academy Award-nominated political drama The Contender (2000). The following year, she had a supporting role as Patty opposite John Travolta in the thriller Domestic Disturbance (2001).


After her mother’s death in 1987, Page began exploring acting as a career option, as it had been her mother’s “dying wish.” She commented: “My mother died before she ever had a chance to see me realize this dream that she apparently had for me, but never spoke of. She wanted me to make my own decisions, but then at the end when she realized she didn’t have any time left, she made me promise.” Page studied acting at the William Esper Studio and HB Studios.


Page married Keith William Burkhardt in 1984, and with him gave birth to a son, Elijah (born 1985), and a daughter. The couple divorced in 1992. She subsequently married to actor Tim Williams in 1998 after the two had met while performing in a 1996 stage production titled Strangers in the Land of Canaan, directed by her father. She married Dmitry Lipkin in 2017.


Angelica Sue Page (née Torn; February 17, 1964) is an American actress, director, producer and screenwriter. She is the only daughter of actors Rip Torn and Geraldine Page. Credited as Angelica Torn in her early career, she legally and professionally changed her name to Angelica Page in September 2011.

Page was born Angelica Torn in New York City on February 17, 1964 to actors Rip Torn and Geraldine Page. She was raised in New York City, and has noted that her parents’ marriage was turbulent and marked by frequent fighting. Though she was encouraged by her mother to act, Page described herself as a “shy child” and was resistant to pursuing it. For a time, she had considered a career as a chef. Page attended the Bank Street School for Children in Manhattan.