In August, it was revealed that Bridgerton star Regé-Jean Page would be joining the Calm App with his very own bedtime story to rock you blissfully to sleep. In light of recent news we are now a little disappointed that the actor couldn’t have sung the sleep story, The Prince & The Naturalist by Victoria Gosling.
It is already widely know that Page is a talented actor and is oh so easy on the eyes, but did you know he has an incredible singing voice? The 31-year-old has nabbed a voice role as the character of Orpheus in the audio drama adaptation of The Sandman. In a clip shared by Audible, he sings in Greek for a snippet of Act II.
Dirk Maggs, co-executive producer and director of the audio introduces the track. “It turns out that Regé-Jean Page is not only an excellent actor and an outrageously good-looking chap, he also sings like an angel. And I’ve got to say, it still sends shivers up my spine.”
Consider us, sold. Watch the video below.
Anyone else get goosebumps when they hear @regejean sing in Act II? Dirk Maggs and @neilhimself share more behind the scenes gems from making the #SandmanxAudible: https://t.co/FENe8HpJR3 pic.twitter.com/lUHJdBwKk9
— Audible (@audible_com) October 7, 2021
While the star won’t be making a return for the second season of Bridgerton – his character ‘the Duke of Hastings’ was only meant to be focused on for a one season arc – the new Audible download could fill that Regé-Jean-shaped hole in our lives.
According to his IMDb profile, he will also appear in two upcoming films. The Gray Man in 2022 and the movie adaption of Dungeons & Dragons in 2022.
In February, Page made his Saturday Night Live debut where we were given a very small teaser of the actor’s singing ability. Albeit, he was singing alongside a cast of six other male cast members to Olivia Rodrigo’s “drivers license”. So it was a little hard to tell.
Unfortunately for you and I, Page is spoken for in real life with longtime girlfriend, Emily Brown. According to a past report she’s a freelance writer and soccer player.