As the host of TLC’s home remodeling program Trading Spaces, PAIGE Davis is well known.
Fans of Trading Spaces are curious in Davis’ personal life as the show was relaunched in 2018 with Davis playing the same part.
Who is Paige Davis?
American TV personality Paige Davis was born in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, on October 15, 1969.
At the Meadows School of the Arts in Dallas, Texas, Davis studied performing arts.
She performed the part of Babette in the Broadway production of Beauty and the Beast after graduating from college.
Davis, who had spent her whole childhood studying musical theatre, had her big break in 2001 as the host of the TLC program Trading Spaces.
Until the show chose to go hostless in 2005, she stayed in this position. In the end, the program ceased in 2008.
But when Trading Spaces returned in 2018, Davis took over as host once more.
In addition to her work with Trading Spaces, Davis served as an Iron Chef America guest judge.
She appeared on Gameshow Marathon on CBS as well.
Is Paige Davis married?
Since 2001, Paige Davis has been wed to her longtime partner Patrick Page.
On the Beauty and the Beast tour, they crossed paths and have been dating ever since.
Patrick Page has established a reputable career on Broadway, playing characters such as Ebenezer Scrooge in A Christmas Carol, The Grinch in Dr. Seuss’ How the Grinch Stole Christmas, and Scar in The Lion King.
In addition to his work in theater, Page has appeared in movies like Spirited and In the Heights.
What was Paige Davis diagnosed with?
Davis was open about experiencing pudendal neuralgia, which hurts during sex, in February 2022.
Speaking with People, Davis aims to eradicate the stigma associated with uncomfortable sex.
According to Davis, “I feel like the ring of my vagina is on fire when I have intercourse,” she told the publication.
“It feels like someone cut a thousand slashes around my opening,” the speaker said.
She continued by saying that she has been struggling with this issue ever since she first began having sex.
30% of women get pudendal neuralgia, according to Dr. Meera Kirpekar of NYU Langone Health.