Shannon Paige Musgrove was born on the 14th of February 2002, in Rolla, Missouri, USA. Before she could even walk, Paige did her own singing and pretending around her house. She was very active for her age. As Paige grew, she began to act out movies and recite commercials at home. By the age of 4, Paige was attending modeling competitions where she was required to sing, dance, memorize sides, and walk the runway. She was accepted into an agency before she reached 6 years old. Paige spent most of her time with school activities and modeled part-time. Read more... cast in Tyler Perry's "The Family That Preys" as an extra in a school yard scene. Unfortunately her scene was cut from the movie before filming. Paige could have given up but instead she shrugged it off and kept her dream of acting alive. For the next couple of years Paige focused on training. She attended the Springer Opera House children's acting and musical theater classes in Columbus, GA. Paige also worked with Drama Kids to learn more about theater and eventually lead to her part in the class production of "How the West Was Fun". Paige continued to audition for professional theater parts in Georgia but she had to overcome some shyness in auditioning. Paige struggled with fear of auditions until Paige was fortunate enough to meet Bill Chott of "The Ringer" and "Wizards of Waverly Place". Paige attended a workshop Bill was facilitating in New Orleans, LA in 2010. After the workshop Bill was gracious enough to allow Paige and her mother to spend time with him at dinner. Paige will never forget the experience because Bill carried her along the streets of New Orleans as Paige had a broken leg at the time. Bill and his kindness was a huge part in keeping Paige's dream of acting alive. She immediately loved improv and began improving everyday at home, at school, just about anywhere. Soon after the workshop, in 2010, Paige landed her first Industrial film role as a singer and dancer with a small speaking part. Paige continued with her studies over the next couple years. In 2012, Paige was called by Sue Kennedy, the producer of the industrial film and asked to work on another project. "My Heart Met My Soul" became Paige's first professional work in theater. In 2013 Paige worked on several feature films in Houston TX called "A Woman Betrayed" starring Sarah Lancaster of "Chuck" and Drew Waters of "Friday Night Lights", "Sacrifice", and "Hoovey". Paige went on to be cast in a speaking role for a commercial which she also did the voice over on the project. Paige worked in the movie "Walter" which filmed in LA and Indiana. Paige was cast in a TV series called "Drisden's Run".