Rhimi Johnson-Page is a Musician, Dancer and Actor originally from Griffith, New South Wales. He is of Wiradjuri, Nunukul and Munaldjali descent. He has performed on stage from an early age, including in Bangarra’s Skin at the age of 10 and Boomerang at the age of 15. At a young age, Rhimi also appeared in short films by both Danielle Maclean and Wayne Blair.
In 2009 he starred opposite Deborah Mailman in the short film Daniel’s 21st , directed by Adrian Wills, and in 2011, he performed in the STC production of Bloodland - a collaboration between Stephen Page and Wayne Blair.
In 2007 he formed the hip-hop group Stunna Set with Ryka Satrick and Henry Edwards.