- Mindy Paige Davis
- Philadelphia PA
- United States
- Host Of TLC's 'Trading Spaces'; Star Of Many Broadway Musicals
- Charity Work
- Great Ass Great Breasts Shaves Pubes Rarely Wears A Bra Likes To Strip Made A Sex Tape
- Her married name is paige page
At age 13 Paige Davis found her mother's West Side Story album, and she's been dancing and entertaining ever since. After graduating from the Meadow School of Arts at Southern Methodist University, Paige moved to Los Angeles to officially begin her career. She proceeded to do commercials, videos and even toured with the Beach Boys, all the while continuing to train in voice and theater. However, it was her two-and-a-half year stint in the national touring company for the Broadway show Beauty and the Beast that allowed her to fulfill her dream of performing in musical theater. Most recently Paige danced with the Broadway production of Chicago.
Paige joined the cast of "Trading Spaces" in 2001 as the new host for the show's second season. During her third season with the series, Davis got into hot water over a semi-nude photo of her appearing on the cover of TV Guide wearing nothing but wallpaper. Since TLC has all of it's on-air personalities sign a "no-nudity" contract, this was too close for comfort.
Striptease and Sex Tape
In 2004 Davis was photographed giving a striptease to hundreds of people at a Broadway event designed to raise charity for AIDS awareness. At one point, she pulled her dress up exposing her see-through blue thong to the audience. With the flashing from the cameras, Paige's thong became nearly transparent and photos of her barely-covered vagina made their way onto the Internet. Her entire bare ass was also exposed. Later that same year TLC execs, non-too-thrilled with Davis' actions, were already on the verge of firing her when news was leaked of a graphic sex tape from her past. Her lawyers were able to stop the release of the tape, but all of the press finally forced TLC to let her go.
Return to TV
Since leaving "Trading Spaces", Davis has continued with her successful Broadway career, starring in productions of "Thoroughly Modern Millie" and "Chicago". In early 2008, new managment at TLC offered Davis her old job back, which she accepted on her own terms: "Trading Spaces" had to be taken back to its roots, including bringing back several of the original designers.