Paige grew up in Palm Springs, CA. In high school, she won the SCETA award for best actress playing Mrs. Clackett in Noises Off. The play also won the Flip Reed Award for movement and best play that year.
She studied writing at USC, publishing stories in the Literary Magazine. She began a masters in creative writing at Vermont College, but dropped out to marry a professional surfer. While married and living in La Jolla, she developed an animated TV show, A Girl Named Elvis.
She moved back to LA in 2000, studying at the Groundlings and IO and wrote and performed in a two man sketch show Chill Your Monkey. She became a member of the Groundlings Sunday Company in 2004. She also played Tick Tock's Squeeze in Gary Ross's "Seabiscuit," and Mrs. Page in "Every Secret Thing." She has voiced thousands of commercials and television promos, video games (Infamous, Mass Effect 3, Terra) and animated shows (Family Guy, American Dad!). In 2014, she did a one-woman show, "My Friends Wrote me a Show." and became the 2014 Western Regional Champion in Air Guitar.
In 2012, she wrote the musical, Palm Springs. In 2014, she wrote, directed and starred in her first web series, the relationship comedy, Step Up 40. In 2015, she wrote, directed and starred in a second web series, the stop-motion animated comic superhero epic, Henchmen, with her now grown son, Bunker King.
This year, she's been writing a pilot based on her father in 1970s Palm Springs. She continues to do voice work. Right now, you can hear her as the voice of Discovery Family, McDonald's and Toyota.