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Paige Davis Biography

Mindy Paige Davis mostly known as Paige Davis was born on October 15th, 1969 in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania. She is an American TV personality and actress.

She is mainly known for the TV Show, Trading Spaces from 2001 to 2008. She also hosted the morning Talk Show, Home, and Family in 2012. She then went back to hosting Trading Spaces when it was revived in 2018.

She attended Charles H. Bird Elementary School in Sun Prairie, Wisconsin. She lived in Louisville, Kentucky and she then graduated from the Youth Performing Arts School. She then went to Meadows School of the Arts at Southern Methodist University in Dallas, Texas. Her parents moved to Pittsburgh while she was still in college.

Paige Davis Age

Mindy Paige Davis mostly known as Paige Davis was born on October 15th, 1969 in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania. She is 49 years old as of 2018.

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Paige Davis Husband

She was married to Greg Benson from 1994-2001 and now she has been married to Patrick Paige since 2001.

Paige Davis Children

Davis does not have any kids.

Paige Davis Net Worth

She has an estimated net worth of $ 1.2 M.

Paige Davis Career

Davis showed up during and after her facilitating obligations. In 2004, she was a visitor judge on the Food Network’s Iron Chef America in “Fight Egg.” She likewise was a candidate on the mid-year 2006 CBS TV arrangement Gameshow Marathon, in which famous people took an interest in diversions of exemplary game shows with their rewards going to philanthropy.

Showing up on The Ellen DeGeneres Show on January 24, 2008, Davis imparted to the group of spectators her energy about coming back to Trading Spaces. She lauded the new TLC official group and its goal to continue Trading Spaces new, while simultaneously keeping up the first mission of the show.

Davis joined the home improvement arrangement Home Made Simple as host in October 2011.

During her underlying keep running on Trading Spaces, Davis assumed the job of Roxie Hart in the melodic Chicago on Broadway, and composed the book Paige by Paige (ISBN 0-696-21836-4), chronicling her TV encounters. It went through various weeks on the New York Times Best Seller list. By 2007, Davis had made a men’s club demonstration, Taking A Chance, depicted as “chronicl[ing] how the decisions Davis has made have educated her life’s adores”.

In mid-2007 she assumed control over the title job in the national visiting creation of the Broadway recovery Sweet Charity, supplanting Molly Ringwald through the part of the bargain booked keep running on August 12, 2007.

In 2008 and 2009 Davis played “Gloria” in the Broadway recovery of Boeing-Boeing.

In 2014, Davis debuted the job of “Senga Quinn” in Mark St. Germain’s Dancing Lessons at Barrington Stage. Wear Aucoin of The Boston Globe applauded the presentation as giving “the passionate profundity and subtlety of character that must be accomplished by an entertainer who comprehends her character all around.”

In 2017, Davis assumed the title job in Miss Abigail’s Guide to Dating, Mating, and Marriage, an intuitive performance center play, for the Pittsburgh Civic Light Opera. In 2018, she is playing the title character in MAME at North Shore Music Theater in Massachusetts.

Davis was a representative for RC Willey Home Furnishings, an auxiliary of Berkshire-Hathaway, with areas in Utah, Idaho, Nevada, and California, be that as it may, upon her arrival to Trading Spaces in 2018, Davis surrendered her connection with them.

In September 2008, Eastman Kodak Company framed a U.S. association with Trading Spaces and with Davis to urge individuals to investigate their inventiveness with their photographs. Davis turned into Kodak’s VIP representative with the media through March 2009, sharing Kodak-roused activities and thoughts in the week after week configuration appear, 30-second TV spots, on-line tips, recordings, and a uniquely distributed magazine.

Paige Davis Trading Spaces

In 2001, Davis turned into the host of the TLC digital TV system’s refurbishing TV arrangement Trading Spaces, supplanting Alex McLeod. Likewise that year, Davis wedded on-screen character Patrick Page, with whom she showed up in Beauty and the Beast (making her wedded name Mindy Paige Page). Davis and Page’s wedding was highlighted on the TLC arrangement A Wedding Story.

TLC dropped Davis on January 2005, to patch up the show with a host-less position. There was a few media hypothesis that TLC’s choice was to a limited extent persuaded by Davis’ appearance in TV Guide “wearing only backdrop” and her exhibition of a false striptease in a “Broadway Bares/Equity Fights AIDS” philanthropy occasion.

The New York Post had detailed in its “Page Six” segment that Davis uncovered her thong and allowed spectators to contact her body. Davis reacted to the story on the TLC message loads up, composing that she had been dressed “…in an unassuming, practically coy, yellow dress, slice to my sternum.”

She recognized that she had “flip[ped] [her] skirt for a second” and said that she “kept all of [her] garments on consistently.” She proceeded to portray the article as “talk and distortion” in its depiction of the occasion. The Post reacted after Star magazine distributed three photos of the occasion in their July 2, 2004, issue, taking note of that the photographs indicated Davis in represents that seemed to affirm the Post’s adaptation of the story.

Be that as it may, both Davis and the system demanded there was no association between the contentions and the organization change, which the system depicted as a choice to take the show “in another innovative course.” Davis consequently consented to a multi-year arrangement with TV syndication organization King World Productions/CBS to grow new scripted and reality programming, including an arrangement to co-star in a daytime TV program with inside fashioner Nate Berkus, however, nothing came to air.

TLC declared in November 2007, that Davis would return as host of Trading Spaces in January 2008, alongside others in the past related with the program. Reports on the declaration distributed in the New York Post and in Davis’ main residence paper the Philadelphia Inquirer commented on the before “awful press” in 2005, with the Post remarking, “Obviously, that ‘new innovative heading’ has done a turn around,” and the Inquirer citing a system VP who “doesn’t know the points of interest behind the peppy Davis’ terminating, yet called it ‘childishness.'”

Davis has new portions and meetings in The Best Of Trading Spaces, which appeared in January 2011, on TLC’s sister channel OWN.

Great Morning America declared on July 19, 2017 that Davis would restore the Trading Spaces reboot to fill in as host. It debuted on April 7, 2018.

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