Elliot Page is an actor and a producer who belongs from Canada. His former name was Ellen Page, born on February 21, 1987; he has received various accolades. Elliot foremost came to glory for his part in the television series called, “Pit Pony,” between 1997 to 2000, when he became a nominee for a Young Artist Award, and his regular parts in Trailer Park Boys of 2002, and ReGenesis of 2004. One of his first performances in a mainstream United States-distributed movie was of 2003’s made-for-television film Going For Broke. Elliot had his first step forward to success when he worked in the film Hard Candy in 2005, and concludingly he won an Austin Film Critics Association Award and accepted an Empire Award nomination. He was loved by the audience because of his representation of the main character in the movie called Juno in 2007. He obtained a nomination from associations like Academy Award, BAFTA Awards, and Critics’ Choice Award. By the age of 20, it earned him the fourth-youngest nominee for the Academy Award Best Actor.
Elliot Page Early life and Education
Elliot Page took birth on February 21, 1987, in the lands of Halifax, Nova Scotia. His mother, Martha Philpotts is a professor, and his father, Dennis Page, is a graphic designer. He was thought to be a female at birth and was given the name of Ellen before the transformation. Elliot Page went to the Halifax Grammar School till the 10th grade and devoted some while at Queen Elizabeth High School. After completing graduation from the Shambhala School in 2005, Elliot was in Toronto for two years, studying the Interact Program at the Vaughan Road Academy.
Elliot Page Career
Page first performed on screen in the year 1997 when he was ten, working as Maggie Maclean in the CBC TV movie known as Pit Pony. It later turned into a TV series of the same name that operated from 1999 to 2000. Elliot Page performed as Joanie, in 2002, in the film Marion Bridge, which is reported for existing as his first feature-flick part. In the very year, he was called for the TV series Trailer of Park Boys in the position of Treena Lahey, which was played by Page for five episodes. In 2003, he had worked in the productions like Touch & Go and Love That Boy, and he also operated in the television films called Ghost Cat in the exact year.
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He earned himself the Gemini Award for his work in the Ghost cat; the award was for the category of “Best Performance in a Children’s or Youth Program or Series.” Elliot Page worked on stage for the play Wilby Wonderful in 2004, and he got a prize at the Atlantic Film Festival and became a nominee for a Genie Award association. Additionally, in 2004, he had a periodic role in part one of the sequel ReGenesis as the character of Lilith Sandström, daughter of the show’s protagonist.
Elliot Page Personal life
On abortion privileges, in the year 2008, he represented himself as a feminist. He was among the 30 superstars who experienced in an online advertisement series of 2008 for the US Campaign for Burma, shouting for a full stop to the military autocracy in Myanmar. Elliot Page enjoys a vegan lifestyle, and PETA documented him and Jared Leto as the Sexiest Vegetarians of 2014. Elliot is not a believer of god, having stated that religion has always been abused for beautiful things, and also as a way to explain inequality.
On February 14, 2014, Elliot Page, who was before seen as a female, came out of the closet expressing and addressing himself as gay during a speech or lecture at the Human Rights Campaign’s “Time to Thrive” gathering in Las Vegas. In a lengthy written post on Instagram, Elliot Page conveyed gratefulness for the individuals who voiced out against abuse and told about frustration at the convention of those who remained quiet on such issues. In the year 2014, Page was one of the people in The Advocate’s annual “40 Under 40” list.
Elliot Page Net Worth
Elliot Page has a net worth of a total of US 12 million dollars, which according to INR is, 90,86,58,000.00 rupees. Elliot has built his own fortune and led a life created by his own hard work and talent.