In 2002, Page played the part of Roscoe in the musical "Follies" at the Wadsworth Theater in Los Angeles.
Ken played the part of Nicely-Nicely in the all-black cast version of "Guys and Dolls" at the Chicago Goodman Theater.
Page went to an audition for the Broadway show "Ain't Misbehavin'" because his friend told him that he looked exactly like "Fats" Waller.
Page provided the voice for Oogie Boogie in the Gameboy Advance game "Kingdom Hearts: Chain of Memories".
He provided the sound effects for Oogie Boogie in the Gameboy Advance game The Nightmare Before Christmas: The Pumpkin King.
Ken made an appearance on the TV special "Broadway Plays Washington on Kennedy Center Tonight."
Ken Page appeared as himself in the TV presentation of the musical "Ain't Misbehavin'".
He played the part of the Cowardly Lion in the documentary OZ: The American Fairyland.
Ken appeared as himself in the 2004 documentary Geeks.
Page played the part of Murray in the movie Torch Song Trilogy.
He made an appearance in the 1994 film I'll Do Anything.
Page was a character in the TV movie "The Kid Who Loved Christmas".
Ken plays the part of Max Washington in the movie Dreamgirls.
Page played the Nubian king in The Muny's 2006 presentation of "Aida".
In 2006, Page played the role of the Wizard in The Muny's presentation of "The Wizard of Oz".
In 2005, Page played the part of King Herod in The Muny's presentation of "Jesus Christ Superstar".
Page played the part of Old Deuteronomy in the original Broadway show, "Cats".
Ken Page also provided the voice for Oogie Boogie in the PS2 video game The Nightmare Before Christmas: Oogie's Revenge.
Ken provided the voice for Oogie Boogie in the PS2 video games Kingdom Hearts and Kingdom Hearts II.
Page is the voice of Oogie Boogie in the movie The Nightmare Before Christmas (1993).