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Elliot Page

Biography of Elliot Page

Elliot Page Bio

Elliot Page is an actor and producer from Canada. Elliot began his career in television in Canada in 1987. He gained notoriety in 2005 for his strong performance in the independent movie Hard Candy. After that, Page starred in X-Men: The Last Stand and gained widespread recognition for his portrayal of Juno’s young lead. Even though Juno became his most well-known role, he also starred in the homegrown drama Free Held after making appearances in several movies, including Smart People, Inception, Super, and X-Men: Days of Future Past.

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Early Life – Education and Birth Place 

Elliot Page Early life

Page was born in Halifax, Nova Scotia, on February 21, 1987, to graphic artist Dennis Page and teacher Martha Philpotts. Before transitioning in 2020, he used the name Ellen, which was assigned to him at birth as a female name. Page briefly attended Queen Elizabeth High School and then attended Halifax Grammar School until he was in grade 10. Along with close friend and fellow Canadian actor Mark Rendall, Page studied at the Vaughan Road Academy Interact Program for two years after graduating from the Shambhala School in 2005.

Struggle and Career of Elliot Page

Elliot Page Career

From 1997 to 2005

At the age of 10, Page made her screen debut as Maggie Maclean in the CBC Television film Pit Pony in 1997. The film eventually became the basis for a 1999–2000 television series of the same name. He received consideration for a Young Artist Award because of the part. Known for his debut performance in a major film, Page played Joanie in Marion Bridge in 2002.

In 2003, Page appeared in the television movies Ghost Cat and Homeless to Harvard: The Liz Murray Story in addition to his parts in the motion pictures Touch & Go and Love That Boy. He took home the Best Performance in a Children’s or Youth Program or Series Gemini Award for Ghost Cat. Page starred in the drama Wilby Wonderful in 2004, earning a nomination for a Genie Award and winning an award from the Atlantic Film Festival. He appeared in season 1 of the television series Regenesis as Lilith Sandström, the protagonist’s daughter, in a recurring role as well in 2004. For his performance as Hayley Stark in the film Hard Candy, Page won an award in 2005. 

From 2006 to 2007

USA Today commended him for his performance, declaring that Page.

“Manages to be both cruelly callous and likable,” and he gave “one of the most complex, disturbing, and haunting performances of the year.”

He acted in the British film Mouth to Mouth in 2005 as well. Page made her screen debut as the wall-climbing Kitty Pryde in X-Men: The Last Stand (2006). The movie was a financial hit. His big break came in 2007 when he played the titular character, a teenage girl who is pregnant, in the coming-of-age comedy-drama Juno. The movie was a critical and commercial triumph, regarded by many as one of the greatest of the 2000s, and critics praised Page’s performance.

“Frighteningly talented… who can seem, in the space of a single scene, mature beyond… years and disarmingly childlike,” according to New York Times film critic A. O. Scott, and “presence and timing are extraordinary,” according to Roger Ebert, who declared that Page’s 2007 performance was the best of any actor. Page’s performance earned him nominations for numerous honors, including Best Actress Critics’ Choice, Best Actress Golden Globe, Best Actress — Motion Picture Comedy or Musical, and Outstanding Performance by an Actress in a Leading Role Screen Actors Guild.

For this part, he also received multiple critics’ honors from the Detroit Film Critics Society, Austin Film Critics Association, and Florida Film Critics Circle, in addition to the Canadian Comedy Award, Independent Spirit Award, and Satellite Award. In addition, he starred in the films An American Crime and The Tracey Fragments in 2007. The latter garnered him praise from critics, with the Boston Herald noting that

“It is also a further reminder that Page is the real thing.”

Page also made an appearance in The Stone Angel in 2007. However, we were well aware of it. He got the Toronto Film Critics Circle Award for Best Actress in a Canadian Film, besides other accolades.

From 2008 to 2009

In January 2008, Page co-starred in the comedy-drama Smart People, which debuted at the Sundance Film Festival and had mixed reviews from reviewers. He portrayed a college professor’s overachieving daughter in the movie. Page presented Saturday Night Live on March 1, 2008. He appeared as a guest star in The Simpsons’ “Waverly Hills 9-0-2-1-D’oh” episode on May 3, 2009, playing the parody of Hannah Montana named Alaska, Nebraska. 

He played a roller derby team member in Drew Barrymore’s directorial debut, Whip It, which debuted in September 2009. On October 2, 2009, the movie’s wide distribution followed its 2009 Toronto International Film Festival premiere. August 2009 saw Page cast in the high-profile science fiction picture Inception directed by Christopher Nolan, which started production that same year.

From 2010 to 2012

When the movie hit theaters on July 16, 2010, it garnered a strong performance at the box office. Critics praised it widely, calling it one of the greatest movies of the decade. Page portrayed Ariadne, a student of architecture who is unfamiliar with dream espionage.

Page received nominations for MTV and Saturn Awards, among other honors. Additionally, he accepted the role of star in the 2010 dark comedic superhero movie Super after reading the screenplay. Reviewers gave the movie mixed reviews, but many complimented Page for his portrayal of a psychotic young sidekick.
Page first appeared in many Cisco Systems commercials in January 2010, some of which were filmed in Lunenburg, Nova Scotia.

In the Michael Lander picture Peacock that April, Page played a young mother who is struggling, Maggie Bailey. Page hailed the film as

“one of the boldest screenplays I’ve come across in my albeit short career; it’s a character and story I can throw myself into and exactly the type of movie I love to be a part of”.

It was revealed in April 2011 that Page would co-star as Monica in the 2012 release of Woody Allen’s film To Rome with Love, which is divided into four distinct vignettes.

From 2013 to 2014 (The video game Beyond)

Two Souls, which was published in North America on October 8, 2013, features Page as one of the primary player characters, Jodie Holmes, through both voice acting and motion capture. The game was first revealed by Quantic Dream in June 2012. Although there were mixed reviews for the game, GamesTM gave Page’s performance high marks, calling it “truly breathtaking… Jodie’s character is one we’ve seen before in many films–a troubled child with a gift, haunted by spirits, struggling with growing up.”

They released The Last of Us, a different video game, in 2013. Page stated that they altered Ellie’s appearance to better reflect the personality of the real performer and to make the character appear younger after the production used his likeness without obtaining his consent. Ultimately, the movie continued forward without Page, with playwright Julia Hart taking over as director. 

In 2013, he also acted in Lynn Shelton’s Touchy Feely and co-starred in Zal Batmanglij’s thriller The East. As Kitty Pryde, Page returned to the role in X-Men: Days of Future Past (2014). The movie was a huge box office hit and earned favorable reviews from reviewers, who named it one of the best X-Men movies ever. Page performed as Han Solo in a staged reading of Star Wars Episode V: The Empire Strikes Back in December 2014.

2015 to 2016

Page portrayed Laurel Hester in the 2015 film Freeheld. Review site Rotten Tomatoes stated of the movie, “Freeheld certainly means well, but its cardboard characters and by-the-numbers drama undermine its noble intentions.” In 2016, Page co-starred as the title character in the Netflix movie Tallulah. This was Page’s second project with Allison Janney, and his third with director Sian Heder, both of whom he had previously collaborated with on Juno. His character in the movie is a young mother who kidnaps a child and attempts to pass it off as her own.

“What grounds it is the terrific performances and Heder’s rich direction and screenplay,”

The Guardian said of his acting. He acted in the movie Window Horses and sang Rosy’s English voice in the French film My Life as a Zucchini, which was nominated for an Academy Award for Best Animated Feature and received positive reviews.

From 2017 to 2019

On November 9, 2017, the news broke that Page had landed the lead character of Vanya/Viktor Hargreaves in the Netflix superhero series The Umbrella Academy. The program received favorable reviews from critics, who praised Page for his performance.

Following Page’s disclosure of his gender identity, it became apparent that he would keep up his part in the series, with Netflix changing Page’s name throughout the network. In March 2022, reports stated that the character would undergo a gender transition and return in the forthcoming third season. During “World’s Biggest Ball of Twine,” the character comes out to his siblings for a brief moment. He starred in the science fiction picture Flatliners, which was released in 2017 and became a financial success.

Critics panned Flatliners, but they praised Page and the ensemble cast. Film critic Matt Zoller Seitz wrote,

“Luna and Page, in particular, make much stronger impressions than you might expect, given the repetitious and mostly shallow scenarios they’re asked to enact.” But any sympathy the actors manage to muster is eventually dashed by the choppy, corny images and the script’s cursory treatment of the characters’ situations.” He appeared in and produced the movie The Cured in 2017.

As Shawna Hopkins, Page starred in the well-received Netflix miniseries Tales of the City in 2019.

From 2020 to 2024

Page and Ian Daniel produced and directed the documentary There’s Something in the Water, which explores environmental racism. It had its world premiere at the 2019 Toronto International Film Festival before being made available on Netflix on March 27, 2020. The Hollywood Reporter wrote that although the movie is

“made in a standard documentary format that includes a voiceover and a tad too much weepy music,” it “gets its job done directly enough, underlining a situation that remains dire despite what seems to be a growing level awareness around the country.”

The movie garnered positive reviews from critics. Page and Mark Rendall worked together on a Bandcamp music release in August 2021. Press descriptions of the three-track EP include “lo-fi bedroom pop adventure” and “awesome.” He inked a general contract with Universal Content Productions in August 2021. In September 2021, Page established Page Boy Productions, a production firm, and named Matt Jordan Smith as Head of Production and Development. In February 2022, news broke that Flatiron Books had acquired Page’s memoir, Pageboy, for $3 million. Flatiron Books has scheduled the release of the book for June 2023. The memoir opened as the number one nonfiction book on The New York Times Best Sellers List.

He will serve as executive producer of the film Back Spot, which Page Boy Productions announced in October 2022. The production filming in Toronto came to an end in March 2023. First screened at the Toronto International Film Festival in 2023 were both films. In June 2022, Page and his Mouth to Mouth co-star Beatrice Brown were working on a screenplay.

In the Film 

Title / Years Role
The Wet Season (2002)Jocelyn
Love That Boy (2003)Suzanna
Wilby Wonderful (2004)Emily Anderson
Mouth to Mouth (2005)Sherry
X-Men: The Last Stand  (2006)Kitty Pryde
The Tracey Fragments (2007)Tracey Berkowitz
Smart People (2008)Vanessa Wetherhold
Whip It (2009)Bliss Cavender / Babe Ruthless
Inception (2010)Ariadne
To Rome with Love (2012)Monica
X-Men: Days of Future Past (2014)Kitty Pryde
Freeheld (2015)Stacie Andree
Window Horses (2016)Kelly (voice)
The Cured (2017)Abbie
There’s Something in the Water (2019)Himself
Into My Name (2022)Himself
Close to You (2023)Sam

In the TV Shows

Title / Years Role
Pit Pony (1999-2002)Maggie Maclean
Going For Broke (2003)Jennifer Bancroft
I Downloaded a Ghost (2004)Stella Blackstone
Saturday Night Live (2008)Himself
The Simpsons (2009)Alaska Nebraska
Glenn Martin, DDS (2011)Robot Assistant
Family Guy (2012)Lindsey
Out There (2013)Amber
Gaycation (2016-2017)Himself
Tales of the City (2019)Shawna Hawkins
Ark: The Animated Series (2024)Victoria Walker

Awards and Nomination of Elliot Page

Elliot Page Awards

In addition to winning three Teen Choice Awards, a Canadian Comedy Award, a Satellite Award, and nominations for two British Academy Film Awards (BAFTAs), an Academy Award (Oscar), and a Golden Globe Award. He received a federation awards for his appearances in the sci-fi movie Inception (2010), the drama films The Tracey Fragments (2007) and Freehold (2015), and the superhero movies X-Men.

Page and Ian Daniel co-hosted the 2016 television documentary series Gaycation, earning Page two Primetime Emmy Award nominations. In addition, he performed both motion capture and voice acting in the 2013 video game Beyond Two Souls, which led to five nominations for awards, one of which was for a British Academy Games Award for Performer in 2014.

Relationship – Love Life, Marriage or Girlfriend

In 2014, Page dated Kate Mara, who he costarred in Tiny Detectives (2014) and My Days of Mercy (2017), as well as Olivia Thirlby during the making of Juno. Page and dancer/choreographer Emma Portner made their relationship public in 2017. Page announced their marriage in January 2018. After they split up in the middle of 2020, Page initiated the divorce proceedings in January 2021, and the court granted it in the first part of 2021.


Due to his vegan lifestyle, Page and Jared Leto were awarded the Sexiest Vegetarians of 2014 by PETA. His statement that religion

“has always been used for beautiful things, and also as a way to justify discrimination”

Identifies him as an atheist. When it came to abortion rights, Page identified as a pro-choice feminist in 2008. He was one of thirty celebrities who participated in an online campaign for the US Campaign for Burma in 2008, which called for overthrowing Myanmar’s military dictatorship. 

Figure – Physical Measurements of Elliot Page

Elliot Page Fitness

Here are Ellio Page’s physical characteristics: weight, height, bust, waist, hip, and shoe size.  

Body ShapeSlim
Height5′ 1/2″ (153.7cm)
Weight47.63 kg or  105 Pounds
Physical measurement Unknown
Eye ColorBlue 
Hair ColorDark Brown
Adress Size Unknown
Shoe size  Unknown

Age of Ansel Elgort

Ellio was born in Halifax, Nova Scotia, Canada, on February 21, 1987, and he is 37 years old in 2024.

Wiki Info

Here is some Wiki information about Ellio given below.

Real NameElliot Page
Date of BirthFebruary 21, 1987
Place of Birth Halifax, Nova Scotia
Age 37 years
Religion Atheist 
ParentsFather – Dennis Page
Mother – Martha Philpotts
Siblings Sister – Kate Philpotts-Page 
Brother – Jack Philpotts-Page 
Spouse Emma Portner 
Children None
Marital StatusDivorced 
Zodiac SignPisces
Occupation          Actor, Producer

Net Worth

 Elli’s estimated net worth is $8 million.

Social Media Accounts

Below are some social media accounts about Elliot with followers.

Instagram5.5M followers
Twitter1.8M followers
Facebook2.5M followers

Why is Elliot Page so famous?

Leading parts in the movies Hard Candy (2005) and X-Men: The Last Stand (2006) gave him his big break.

What personality is Elliot Page?

He has three wings, or 4w3, Enneagram Four personality type. 4w3s are driven by a competitive and image-conscious need to stand out.

How many awards has Elliot Page won?

He has been nominated for 76 awards for performances in American and Canadian television and film, and he has won 31 of those awards.

What is the net worth of Elliot Page?

His net worth is $8 million in 2024.

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