Elliot Page Age, Girlfriend, Income, Wife & More Facts

Elliot Page was brought into the world in Halifax, Nova Scotia to Martha Philpotts, an educator, and Dennis Page, a visual originator. Page needed to begin acting at an early age and gone to the Neptune Theater School. They started their profession at 10 years old on the honor winning TV series Pit Pony (1999), for which they got a Gemini selection and a Young Artist Awards designation. Afterward, Page showed up in Marion Bridge (2002), which won the honor for Best Canadian First Feature at the Toronto International Film Festival. They won a Gemini Award for their job of Lilith in the primary time of ReGenesis (2004), a one-hour show for TMN/Movie Central, and for the link highlight, Ghost Cat (2004), for Best Performance in a Children's or Youth Program or Series. Moreover, Page showed up in the faction hit TV series Trailer Park Boys (2001).


As the lead in David Slade's Hard Candy (2005), which debuted at the Sundance Film Festival, Page gathered a lot of commendation for their masterpiece execution as a 14-year-old who meets a 30-year-old photographic artist on the Internet and afterward hopes to uncover him as a pedophile. Films that followed incorporated the lead spot of Bruce McDonald's The Tracey Fragments (2007); An American Crime (2007), likewise featuring Catherine Keener; and the third establishment of the X-Men establishment, X-Men: The Last Stand (2006), where Page played Kitty Pryde.


With their breakout job in Jason Reitman's hit parody Juno (2007), about a unique young person who thinks of herself as startlingly pregnant, Page got Academy Award, BAFTA, Golden Globe and SAG Best Actress selections, and won the Independent Spirit Award for their exhibition. They followed up that turn with the lead in Drew Barrymore's first time at the helm, the roller-derby satire show Whip It (2009), Christopher Nolan's spine chiller Inception (2010), the free film Peacock (2010), and the dull parody Super (2010), inverse Rainn Wilson and Liv Tyler.


Page co-featured close by Jesse Eisenberg, Alison Pill, Alec Baldwin, and Greta Gerwig in the Woody Allen troupe satire To Rome with Love (2012), and showed up in the thrill ride The East (2013), a story focused on a provisional laborer (played by Brit Marling) entrusted with penetrating a rebel bunch, just to wind up succumbing to its chief (played by Alexander Skarsgård).


Third entertainer to play Kitty Pryde/Shadowcat, supplanting Katie Stuart from X2: X-Men United (2003), who supplanted Sumela Kay from X-Men (2000).

Needed to wear hair augmentations for X-Men: The Last Stand (2006) as they had shaved their head bare for their job in Mouth to Mouth (2005).

Is old buddies with X-Men: The Last Stand (2006) co-star Ben Foster and Whip It (2009) co-star Alia Shawkat.

In the wake of shooting the film Marion Bridge (2002), they understood that acting is how they needed to help the remainder of their life.

Believes self to be a women's activist and attempts to avoid the "cliché jobs for teen young ladies" since they view them as "misogynist".

Initially turned down the job of Kitty Pryde in X-Men: The Last Stand (2006) until chief Brett Ratner by and by reached them and talked them into it.

In the wake of going to three unique secondary schools, they moved on from the Shambhala School in Halifax.

Is companions with Olivia Thirlby, who was their co-star in Juno (2007).

Got their epithet "the small Canadian" from their flat mates in New York City.

Considers Patti Smith their good example and Kate Winslet and Meryl Streep their number one entertainers.

Brought into the world to Dennis Page, a visual originator, and Martha Phillpotts, an educator.

Their number one film is The 400 Blows (1959).

Positioned #1 on Interview Magazine's Hollywood countenances to watch "future stars of tomorrow" alongside Kellan Rhude.

Starting around 2010 they are the fourth most youthful entertainer to get a Best Actress in a Leading Role Academy Award selection at 20 years old years and 335 days subsequent to getting a designation for their exhibition in Juno (2007). The more youthful entertainers are Keira Knightley, matured 20 years and 311 days, for her job in Pride and Prejudice (2005), Isabelle Adjani, matured 20 years and 235 days, for her job in The Story of Adele H (1975) and Keisha Castle-Hughes, matured 13 years and 309 days, for her job in Whale Rider (2002).

Was positioned #8 on Entertainment Weekly's '30 Under 30' the entertainer list. (2008).

Was positioned #10 on Moviefone's 'The 25 Hottest Actors Under 25' (2008).

Was the best option for Christine in Drag Me to Hell (2009), yet had to pass because of planning hardships. That part later went to Alison Lohman.

Was in thought for the piece of Natalie Keener in Up in the Air (2009) yet Anna Kendrick, who proceeded to get a Best Supporting Actress Oscar selection for her presentation, was projected all things being equal.

Was initially projected in Jane Eyre (2011) as the lead spot, yet quit the task when creation was postponed. Mia Wasikowska was subsequently projected all things being equal.

Was initially given a role as Jack in Jack and Diane (2012) however subsequent to exiting the undertaking Riley Keough was projected all things considered.

Considered permaculture at an eco-town outside Eugene, Oregon.

Their secret ability is shuffling.

At a decade old, they were found by Halifax entertainer John Dunsworth while he was visiting their school during shooting the Pit Pony TV series, which later Elliot previously featured in.

At a Human Rights Campaign occasion in Las Vegas on Valentine's Day 2014, Elliot declared that they were gay. They had told their folks significantly sooner at age 19.

Is one of 19 entertainers to have gotten a Best Actress Oscar designation for a presentation where they showcased a work as well as birth; theirs being for Juno (2007). The others in sequential request are Luise Rainer for The Good Earth (1937), Jane Wyman for Johnny Belinda (1948), Eleanor Parker for Caged (1950), Elizabeth Taylor for Raintree County (1957), Leslie Caron for The L-Shaped Room (1962), Shirley MacLaine for Irma la Douce (1963), Vanessa Redgrave for Isadora (1968), Geneviève Bujold for Anne of the Thousand Days (1969), Marsha Mason for Cinderella Liberty (1973), Ann-Margret for Tommy (1975), Ellen Burstyn for Same Time, Next Year (1978), Jessica Lange for Sweet Dreams (1985), Meryl Streep for A Cry in the Dark (1988), Samantha Morton for In America (2002), Gabourey Sidibe for Precious (2009), Ruth Negga for Loving (2016), Yalitza Aparicio for Roma (2018) and Vanessa Kirby for Pieces of a Woman (2020).

Dear companions with Kate Mara. The two co-created My Days of Mercy (2017) as a vehicle wherein they could star together.

He emerged as transsexual on December 1, 2020.

Individual Quotes  

What I like about acting is having the option to lose yourself totally in another person. I'm not that agreeable when I get perceived.

I would truly prefer not to do the Hollywood thing. I figure you should attempt to express something with your films.

I couldn't care less assuming individuals like my personality. I simply maintain that they should ponder the film's message.

At the point when I have a firm opinion about something, I'm not really peaceful.

Making a decision about individuals you don't be aware for things you don't comprehend is very moronic.

At the point when I was 12, I understood I was truly awkward having my folks on set. So I let them know that, and they got it.

It's a lot less difficult to be tormented on camera or to be recorded flying off the handle. Though a content that has characters who tell the truth, clever and certified... is many times a lot harder to act.

As a young lady, you should cherish Sleeping Beauty. All in all, who needs to cherish Sleeping Beauty when you can be Aladdin?

I'm a spitfire from Nova Scotia.

What I like about the film [Juno (2007)] is that it handles an issue that we frequently treat as this truly weighty, dim occasion and we check out at it with an alternate point of view. She's incredibly free. She finds new parents before she even tells her folks. I simply believe it's good to not stay in haziness.

I'm an all out shrimp, which makes me look more youthful. I'll have the option to remain in that space longer, which is great, since there's more contest in your 20s. [on their slight frame]

I come in around evening time and hope to see some straightforward whore at the highest point of the steps. [on their nineteenth century Halifax home, a previous brothel]

It was an extreme film and the reaction was energized - - which was perfect, since it caught to individuals. That film has helped me massively [on Hard Candy (2005)].

The quality generally vital to me, in the movies I make, is genuineness.

I cherished that this young lady was adult here and there, and guileless in alternate ways. Juno (2007) is unique in relation to what we ordinarily find in films about teens - - in any case, simultaneously, she shares a ton practically speaking with the majority of individuals I knew in secondary school. There are a ton of truly keen high school young ladies and young men who are exceptional and don't simply pay attention to and dress like Britney Spears, and who would prefer not to screw the hot person.

For the job in An American Crime (2007), when I played somebody who was famished and tormented, I lost a great deal of weight, and my body and my brain were depleted. From that point onward, individuals told me, You truly need to do a parody. What's more, I said I am - - I'm playing a 16-year-old who gets pregnant!

You can pick who you need to be the legend [in Hard Candy (2005)], yet you'll be re-thinking yourself - - there's simply no right response. Our general public is fixated on tracking down great and viewing as detestable, however I believe we as a whole are equipped for anything.

I'm a women's activist and I am absolutely favorable to decision, yet what's entertaining is the point at which you say that individuals expect that you are supportive of fetus removal. I don't adore early termination yet I maintain that ladies should have the option to pick and I don't need white fellows in an office having the option to make regulations on things like this. I really intend what are we going to do - return to garments holders? [in the UK paper The Guardian, answering being gotten some information about the debate excited by her part in Juno (2007)]

Typically, I could mind less in the event that my companions see my motion pictures or not. In Nova Scotia I like to abandon my work. So when companions say, 'Goodness, I'm grieved, I didn't see that one', I couldn't care less.

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