Paige Lawson (née Collins) is Evan’s charming and adorable wife, as well as the ultimate Hamptons insider: beautiful, wealthy, and well-connected. But despite her privileged upbringing as the only daughter of Ellen and U.S. Senator William Collins, Paige is more than just a well-accessorized socialite. Capable of achieving just about anything she sets her mind to, Paige faces every obstacle with the determination and military precision of her four-star father.
Caring, generous and fiercely loyal to her family, Paige has a history of putting others first, having devoted herself to her father’s political career and her emotionally unstable mother. But when Paige discovered last summer that she was adopted at birth, her world fell apart. The parents she had known and loved her whole life had kept an enormous secret from her. After a heartbreaking – and ultimately fruitless – search for her biological mother, Paige realized that her true family was the loving that one she had all along. Paige finally decided to pursue her own dreams and began attending art school at Parsons in New York City. And in between classes two years ago, Paige and Evan finally tied the knot in a chaotic but intimate ceremony in the Hamptons.
Last summer, Paige also landed a coveted internship with Russel Berger, the preeminent art specialist with Sutton and Chesterfield – a prestigious Hamptons auction house. Under Russel’s tutelage, Paige flourished in her dream job, impressing Russel so much that he offered her a posting in Paris for the winter. But Paige, realizing her relationship with Evan had suffered, declined the offer to focus on their marriage instead.
Brooke D'Orsay stars as Paige Collins, the fiancée of HankMed CFO Evan R. Lawson.
A Toronto native, Brooke began her career as a member of the Canadian comedy troupe Trailervision. After attracting notice as the "Nestea Girl" in the long running Nestea Plunge commercials, Brooke went on to guest star on a number of hit television series, including Psych, How I Met Your Mother, The Big Bang Theory, and Two and a Half Men. She has appeared in the recurring role of Deb Dobkins on Lifetime's Drop Dead Diva and was a series regular on FOX's Happy Hour and the CBS comedy Gary Unmarried. Brooke starred alongside Eric Mabius in the 2012 Hallmark Channel original movie How to Fall in Love, and has appeared in TV movies including Nickelodeon's original The Boy Who Cried Werewolf and ABC Family's Beautiful Girl.
Brooke's big screen credits include roles in New Line Cinema's King's Ransom, It's a Boy Girl Thing and the cult comedy classic Harold & Kumar go to White Castle. She also appeared in Room 10, a short film directed by Jennifer Aniston and starring Robin Wright Penn and Kris Kristofferson.