Don’t let her beach bunny look fool you; Paige (Serinda Swan) is a force to be reckoned with. Smart and sexy with a killer left hook, this DEA agent will go to almost any lengths to close a case. Despite her hard-drinking, hard-partying ways, Paige has a rational head on her shoulders and draws a line between her work life and her personal life, especially when it comes to the house.
Originally, Paige was shocked when she learned that Mike had been placed in Graceland to investigate Briggs, but she couldn’t deny that she had begun to develop feelings for the young agent. Now that Mike is back, those feelings have been stirred up once again. But in a field like theirs and a place like Graceland, nothing is ever as easy as you want it to be, and personal attachments are a weakness that can be exploited...
Serinda Swan stars as DEA Agent Paige Arkin on USA Network's new hour-long original drama series, "Graceland," premiering Thursday, June 6th at 10/9c.
Swan is a Canadian actress and human-rights activist. She has appeared in popular television shows such as "Hawaii Five-O," "Psych," "Supernatural" and "Smallville," and starred as Erica Reed in the series "Breakout Kings."
At the age of 3, she starred in her first feature film "Cousins," with Ted Danson and Isabella Rossellini. After a few short years in the business, Swan left acting to pursue competitive gymnastics. Nearly 20 years later, she realized her passion for acting, and Swan returned to the arts and went on to co-star in hit films "TRON: Legacy," "Recoil," "The Breakup Artist" and the upcoming film "The Baytown Outlaws."
In 2011, Swan founded "Friends to Mankind" (F2M), an organization that partners with non-profits to raise awareness and funds through educational campaigns and high-profile -- and sometimes dangerous fundraisers. F2M's first collaboration was with the Somaly Mam Foundation benefitting victims of sex-trafficking.
In less than a year, F2M was able to raise over $100,000 for the Somaly Mam Foundation and reach over 12 million people through their anti-trafficking fundraiser "18for18." Swan and other celebrities skydived 18,000 feet, the highest jump in North America, in hopes of encouraging others to take a stand and make a difference. Through F2M, Swan has cycled across Cambodia and installed nets in Africa with the U.N. Foundations "Nothing But Nets" on a mission to raise over $1 million (which they just accomplished) to fight malaria.