Fame-Wall NYC hosted a reception in honor of actress/director and Actors Studio board member Angelica Page on Thursday, October 6, 2011 at Hurley’s NYC. The event also served as a benefit for The Actors Fund.

“I'm so thrilled and appreciative that the folks at Fame-Wall are honoring my work with this event, and I'm very excited to see my portrait by Jim Warren”

says Page.

Joining Fame-Wall host and Executive Producer, Dale Badway was Radio City’s Ken Lundy on piano duties to accompany performances by familiar faces of Broadway including Jodi Stephens, Dominique Plaisant, Missy Keene, Michael Walsh and Aiden Leslie.

The auction to benefit the Actors Fund bookended the unveiling of Jim warren’s portrait; a vintage hollywood homage featuring Ms. Page posing in a dress once worn by her mother, Geraldine Page.

Impromptu performances by Ms. Page and her band rounded out the evening, giving a little taste of Page’s debut CD Torn No More, copies of which were given to each attending guest.

Ms. Page’s portrait will join those of other Fame-Wall honorees which include Kristin Chenoweth, Kelsey Grammer, Sean Hayes, John Stamos, the Beach Boys, Chaka Khan and Kool & the Gang.


Director, screenwriter and award-winning actress, Angelica is well known for her inexhaustible range and subtle complex character work which are reflected in each of her portrayals. Developing many works at the Actors Studio, where she serves on its Board of Directors, Angelica recently mounted Eugene O’Neill’s classic, ‘Anna Christie’ in the starring role. Sold out exclusive engagements hailed as ‘magnificent’ by Cindy Adams (New York Post) in NY and LA have preceded the highly anticipated Off-Broadway run slated for the fall. ‘The Radiant’ a new play about scientist Madame Marie Curie began at the Actors Studio before its World Premiere in Miami spring 2011. The award winning solo play ‘Edge’ garnered her an Outer Critics Circle Nomination and had enjoyed critically acclaimed runs in New Zealand, Australia, Texas, Miami and Los Angeles, after its triumphant sold out run in London.

Ms. Page recently branched out into theater and music, directing the Off-Broadway musical ‘Soldiers Song,’ and recording her debut album,

‘Torn No More,’ with proceeds going to benefit PAVE (Promoting Awareness, Victim Empowerment). PAVE is an international, grassroots nonprofit that uses art, education and action to shatter the silence of sexual and domestic violence), the album will be available in October 2011, exclusively on itunes.

Angelica’s film career began on screen with Paul Newman and Bruce Willis in Nobody's Fool and includes films Nothing But the Truth and The Sixth Sense.

Angelica recently celebrated the success of Lucky Days, the independent feature film she starred in and directed with Federico Castelluccio, Anne Jackson, her dad Rip Torn and Marilyn Sokol.

Ms, Page is also actively involved with charities Opening Act and PAVE, while also developing a foundation for the arts to foster emerging artists in the name of her late mother, acting legend Geraldine Page.