Paige Sciarrino is an Italian & Syrian actor, screenwriter, and producer born & raised in Northern New Jersey. She graduated Magna Cum Laude with her BFA in Acting from Montclair State University and went on to found 501(c)3 Non Profit theater company, Normal Ave, based in NYC, as well as Writer in the Dark, a film collective based in NJ. She wrote, produced, and starred in short films "Rolling" and "the blue light stays on". The latter won "Best Original Idea" at the Reale Film Festival and took home numerous nominations and awards at the New Jersey Film Awards, including "Best Female Filmmaker" and was then picked up for distribution and is available on Amazon Prime. "Where the Light Enters," her third short film, which she wrote, produced, starred, as well as directed, deals with her real life experiences of being an actress who recently suffered from third degree burns that left visible scars on her hands, neck, and face. The film was a finalist at the New York Short Film Festival and won Best Dramatic Short & Best Editing at the NJ Film Awards.
Her film, "Megan Is A Good Girl" is a short-to-feature horror film currently in pre-production slated for an October 2023 shoot for the short and a Fall 2024 shoot for the feature. In July of 2023, she produced the short film, “Snapshot,” starring social media actor/model Fabian Arnold through Bellator Productions and is currently producing “Sucker;” a coming of age teen comedy, also through Bellator, starring Peter Facinelli (Twilight Saga, Nurse Jackie), James Paxton (Eye Witness, Agents of S.H.I.E.L.D.), and social media actress, Gabrielle Chase. She performed in multiple productions around the off-Broadway scene, including two world premieres, as well as in the 20th anniversary revival of And Then They Came For Me... where she played real-life Holocaust survivor Eva Schloss at the Museum of Jewish Heritage in Battery Park. Recent bookings include: an indie pilot, an industrial, a feature film, & three commercials, including one that took her to Toronto, Canada. Her work has been described as "raw and emotional," "noteworthy," and "memorable".