Paige Sciarrino is an Italian & Syrian award-winning actor and filmmaker based in NYC. She writes social-horror films that center on women. As an actor, she is repped by Gina Stoj Management & Stefanie Talent.
After graduating Magna Cum Laude from Montclair State University's BFA Acting program, she went on to found Normal Ave, a 501(c)3 non-profit theater company based in Hell's Kitchen NYC. 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. She then left her post as Associate Artistic Director of Normal Ave to fully focus on her film career. Her film the blue light stays on won multiple awards, including Best Female Filmmaker & Best Original Idea, before being distributed on Amazon Prime Video.
Her most recent short, Where the Light Enters, which she wrote/directed/produced/starred in and just began its festival run, was named a Finalist at this year's New York Short Film Festival, the film's first festival screening. It also won Best Short Drama at the NJ Film Awards.
"Paige Sciarrino's work always strikes that perfect balance of vulnerability and ferocity. "
-Jeremy Landes, Director of Completeness & Bigger Animals
“Woman has serious talent.”
-Jordan Baker Kilner, Broadway & TV Actress
“A joy to watch on screen & be around”
-OJ Reyes, Award Winning Filmmaker