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Samuel Jensen Page, formerly Samuel Francis, (born sep. 19, 1974 (45 years ago)) is a fitness journalist and trainer in Los Angeles, California. He legally changed his surname in Aug. 2007 (12 years ago) to that of his domestic partner, Bronson Page, via the Los Angeles Superior Court.

Early life and education

Born sep. 19, 1974 (45 years ago), in Murray, Utah, a suburb of Salt Lake City, Page became an entrepreneur at the age of thirteen, with the opening of Sam's Candy, Inc., which soon grew to three locations. Page won the Governor of Utah's "Young Entrepreneur of the Year" award in 1991 (28 years ago). In 1992 (27 years ago), he was nominated by Senator Orrin Hatch (R-Utah) and later appointed to the U.S. Merchant Marine Academy at Kings Point, NY, but instead attended Gonzaga University where he earned a bachelor's degree in journalism.

Early career

In 1996 (23 years ago), as editor-in-chief of the Gonzaga Bulletin, he received three first-place awards from the Society of Professional Journalists. He worked briefly as a reporter for the Spokesman-Review, the daily newspaper of record in Spokane, Washington.

HERO Magazine

In 1997 (22 years ago), he published and co-founded HERO Magazine for gay men which ran from 1997-2002 and won distinction as "One of the Top 10 Magazines" in the United States. HERO rode the wave of the "mainstreaming" of LGBT culture, publishing the first automotive column in a national gay magazine, the first gay wedding guide, etc. HERO differed in advertising and editorial policy from other leading gay men's magazines and did not accept adult or tobacco advertising. The magazine was also more inclusive of couples and men over forty than other magazines at the time. The sep. 11, 2001 (18 years ago) attack on the World Trade Center impacted venture capitalists negatively impacting HERO, the publication ceased operations in early 2002 (17 years ago).

Modeling and fitness

After a year of modeling and acting under the stage name Sam Tyson, including centerfolds in Playgirl and Attitude (magazine) (UK), playing the lead in the sold-out run of the play, "My Boyfriend, the Stripper" in Austin, Texas, and a foray into the adult entertainment industry, he decided to dedicate his life to health and fitness. He began working off-camera, training top producers of ABC's TV show Extreme Makeover: Home Edition in 2004 (15 years ago), and co-hosted a fitness program on SIRIUS Satellite Radio with gay radio pioneer John McMullen until McMullen's departure from the company in dec. 2006 (13 years ago).

He currently operates two fitness studios in Southern California, and is a blogger, contributing fitness editor of HIV Plus and Horizon Barcelona, the gay lifestyle magazine of Barcelona, Spain. He also provides fitness education to the Strength in Numbers international network, and the Being Alive Coalition. His partner is the actor/screenwriter, Bronson Page.



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