Paige Kriet was born in Southern Oklahoma to a professional fisherman and a high school literature teacher. She started dance training at four years old and continued for 14 years, competing and performing until she graduated from high school.
Her time at Shannon Crites School of Dance sparked her love of performing arts at a very young age, and at the suggestion of her dance teacher Whitney Crites, she began training at an acting studio as soon as she got to college.
While attending the University of Oklahoma, she enrolled in classes at The Actor Factory in Norman, OK, where she learned from many talented teachers and fellow actors including Chris Freihofer (CSA), Darryl Cox, and Eric Starkey- all of whom worked on or in Oscar winning film Minari.
After earning her BFA in Studio Art, Paige "Grapes of Wrathed it" and moved her whole life from Oklahoma to California to pursue a career in acting.
Since moving to Los Angeles, Paige has booked parts in several movies and trained at various acting schools including Groundlings and Alyson Horn's The Commercial Class.
She continues to grow and hone her craft through classes and workshops and has recently expanded into writing after taking a writing class with Sterlin Harjo, creator and co-producer of hit Hulu-FX series Reservation Dogs.
Paige is represented by KIT International Talent.