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Page Moseley
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Page Moseley appears in a cameo as leapee Frankie La Palma in the episode "Double Identity" in Season 1 of "Quantum Leap"

Personal Information
Born: (1959-05-15) May 15, 1959 (age 63)
Birthplace: Mooresville, North Carolina, U.S.
Years active: 1982-1996
Character information
Appeared on: Quantum Leap
Episodes appeared in: "Double Identity"
Character played: Frankie La Palma in cameo

Page Moseley (born May 15, 1959) appears as leapee Frankie La Palma, a South Brooklyn hitman in the episode of Quantum Leap titled "Double Identity". Page who appeared on the daytime television soap Santa Barbara as Dylan Hartley from 1985 to 1986. Moseley is also known for his roles in horror films during the 1980s, such as Girls Nite Out (1984), Open House (1987), and Edge of the Axe (1988).


After graduating from North Carolina School of The Arts with a BFA in Theatre, Moseley relocated to New York City, where he appeared in numerous Off Broadway theatrical productions. In 1984, Page moved to Los Angeles after landing a role on daytime's "Santa Barbara". Two years later, Page started his own entertainment company, Pager Inc., that helped promote small theater productions in and around Winston-Salem and Charlotte, North Carolina. At the same time, he also made numerous guest appearances on various television series in the 1980s and 1990s. He gave up acting in Hollywood in 1995 to venture into the financial loan business as an agent in Van Nuys, California.[1]


Year Film/TV credit Role Notes
1982 Girls Nite Out Pledge One
1985-86 Santa Barbara Dylan Hartley Soap Opera
1987 Hunk Coaster Royce
1987 Open House as Toby
1988 Edge of the Axe Richard Simmons
1988 Sledge Hammer! Rocket ABC TV series
1989 Quantum Leap Frankie La Palma in episode
"Double Identity" (#1.6)
1989 CBS Summer Playhouse Cloyd Program segment
titled "Microcops"
1989 The Jigsaw Murders Photographer
1991 Seeds of Tragedy Marion TV movie
1992 Beverly Hills 90210 Freddie Kramer in episode
"Things to Do on a Rainy Day" (#2.26)
1992 Inside Out "Playboy" video
1993 Civil Wars 2 episodes
1993 What's Love Got To Do With It RitzAnnouncer
1992 Shadow of Obsession TV movie
1995-96 Melrose Place Vic Munson 3 episodes
1996 Silk Stalkings Noah Burke in episode "Body Electric" (#5.22)
1996 Yesterday's Target Ricky TV movie


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