Elliot Page
Elliot Page

Elliot Page, born Ellen Page, is a Canadian actor and producer known for their versatile acting skills and outspoken activism for various social issues.

Early Career and Breakthrough

Page started their acting career at the young age of 10, with small roles in Canadian television shows and movies. In 2005, they gained international recognition for their role in the critically acclaimed indie film “Hard Candy”. In the movie, they played a young girl who takes revenge on a sexual predator. This breakthrough role earned Page numerous accolades and led to more prominent roles in Hollywood.

Notable Roles and Achievements

Page is known for their exceptional acting skills and has played diverse roles throughout their career. They received an Academy Award nomination for their role in the movie “Juno”. They have also starred in films like “X-Men: The Last Stand,” “Inception,” and “Flatliners.”

In addition to their film career, Page has also starred in several television shows, including the popular Netflix series “The Umbrella Academy,” in which they play the role of Vanya Hargreeves.

Activism and Advocacy

Page is an outspoken advocate for various social issues, including environmentalism, animal rights, and LGBTQ+ rights. In 2014, they publicly came out as gay during a speech at the Human Rights Campaign’s “Time to Thrive” conference. In 2020, Page came out as transgender and non-binary, stating that their pronouns are “he” and “they.”

Page’s advocacy work includes producing and starring in the documentary series “Gaycation,” which explores LGBTQ+ culture around the world, and speaking out against discrimination and inequality in the entertainment industry and beyond.


Elliot Page is a talented actor and passionate activist who has made a significant impact in the entertainment industry and beyond. With a diverse range of roles and a commitment to advocacy and activism, Page continues to inspire and empower others to speak out and create positive change in the world.

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