Harrison Page has had a long career as a supporting actor on television comedies and dramas. Page's first film credit was in the 1968 sex comedy "Vixen!," directed by cult director Russ Meyer. Meyer cast Page again, as law student Emerson Thorne, in his most popular film, the 1970 satire "Beyond the Valley of the Dolls." Small parts on television followed, and in 1976 Page had a regular role in the Don Rickles sitcom "C.P.O. Sharkey." Page was one of the stars of the ill-fated NBC 1979 series "Supertrain" and played a recurring role on the Nell Carter sitcom "Gimme a Break!" in 1981. He played the uptight Captain Trunk in the cop show spoof "Sledge Hammer!" over two seasons starting in 1986. Page worked regularly on TV through the 1980s and '90s and in 1997 began recurring roles on both the legal comedy "Ally McBeal" (where he played a minister) and the CBS military drama "JAG," where he played Rear Admiral Stiles Morris. Page made appearances in a number of hour-long TV dramas throughout the 2000s. In 2009, Page starred as Red in the post-World War III action film "Deadland."