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Dale Badway and Angelica Page
(© David Gordon)

Fame-Wall NYC hosted a reception in honor of actress and director Angelica Page at Hurley's on Thursday, October 6.

The event, which benefitted The Actors Fund, was being held in conjunction with Page's induction into the Fame-Wall, and included the unveiling of a one-of-a-kind portrait of her, painted by artist and resident Fame-Wall Portrait Master, Jim Warren. Among the guests who joined Page at the ceremony were Dale Badway and Federico Castelluccio.

Page, who until recently went by the name Angelica Torn, is the daughter of Rip Torn and the late Geraldine Page. She starred on Broadway in Side Man and her many other stage credits include Vivat Vivat Regina, Death and the Maiden, Who's Afraid of Virginia Woolf?, From Riverdale to Riverhead, and Anna Christie.

Fame-Wall is a portrait gallery that celebrates personalities in the arts and entertainment who have made a significant impact and inspired others through their work. The portraits are housed at two gallery locations: Hurley's NYC in Times Square and Trastevere in the Kodak Theatre Plaza, Hollywood.

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Angelica Page and Federico Castelluccio
(© David Gordon)

Fame-Wall NYC hosted a reception in honor of actress and director Angelica Page at Hurley's on Thursday, October 6.

The event, which benefitted The Actors Fund, was being held in conjunction with Page's induction into the Fame-Wall, and included the unveiling of a one-of-a-kind portrait of her, painted by artist and resident Fame-Wall Portrait Master, Jim Warren. Among the guests who joined Page at the ceremony were Dale Badway and Federico Castelluccio.

Page, who until recently went by the name Angelica Torn, is the daughter of Rip Torn and the late Geraldine Page. She starred on Broadway in Side Man and her many other stage credits include Vivat Vivat Regina, Death and the Maiden, Who's Afraid of Virginia Woolf?, From Riverdale to Riverhead, and Anna Christie.

Fame-Wall is a portrait gallery that celebrates personalities in the arts and entertainment who have made a significant impact and inspired others through their work. The portraits are housed at two gallery locations: Hurley's NYC in Times Square and Trastevere in the Kodak Theatre Plaza, Hollywood.

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