|In the DWU|
|Main roles:||Maria Jackson|
|Notable non-DWU work:||Ballet Shoes, The Last Detective, Submarine, Glue|
Prior to Sarah Jane, Paige had perhaps received her greatest exposure from co-starring with Emma Watson and Marc Warren in the 2007 film Ballet Shoes, produced by Piers Wenger. The TV adaptation of a popular book of the same name was broadcast in many English-speaking countries. It received a limited theatrical release in the United States. However, she was already known to regular viewers of the CBBC prior to Sarah Jane, thanks to her two-year stint on the Saturday morning hourly, The Mysti Show. She had also appeared, in 2004, alongside Peter Davison in The Last Detective. Her first role was in the multi-award-winning 2003 film Wondrous Oblivion.
Following her departure from Sarah Jane, she was a regular in the 2009 serial Murderland, directed by Catherine Morshead, and was one of the stars of the 2010 film Submarine. In 2012, she returned to a regular role on the BBC — this time on the BBC Three comedy Pramface, under director Dan Zeff.
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