Ellen Page is a Actor and Producer Canadienne born on 21 february 1987 at Halifax (Canada)
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Birth name Ellen Philpotts-PageNationality CanadaBirth 21 february 1987
(31 years) at Halifax (Canada
Ellen Philpotts-Page (born February 21, 1987), known professionally as Ellen Page, is a Canadian actress. She started her career in Canada with roles in the television shows including Pit Pony, Trailer Park Boys, and ReGenesis. Page then ventured into mainstream films, winning attention after starring in the 2005 drama Hard Candy a role that won her the Austin Film Critics Association Award for Best Actress, before her breakthrough role in Jason Reitman's comedy film Juno (2007) for which she received nominations for Academy Award, BAFTA, Golden Globe and Screen Actors Guild Award for Best Actress, and won numerous other accolades including the Independent Spirit Award, MTV Movie Award and Teen Choice Award for Best Actress Comedy .
Her other notable film roles have been in the X-Men series portraying Kitty Pryde in X-Men: The Last Stand (2006) and X-Men: Days of Future Past (2014) and her performance earned her a nomination for Teen Choice Award for Choice Movie Scene Stealer, crime-drama film An American Crime (2007), drama The Tracey Fragments (2007) a role that won her the Vancouver Film Critics Award for Best Actress, Smart People (2008), sports comedy-drama film Whip It (2009), Super (2010), Inception (2010) and, as well as providing the voice acting, motion capture and likeness for Jodie Holmes in the video game Beyond: Two Souls (2013).
In 2008, Page was one of 30 celebrities who participated in an online ad series for U.S. Campaign for Burma, calling for an end to the military dictatorship in Burma. She describes herself as a pro-choice feminist. She attended Buddhist school in her youth and practiced meditation and yoga. She practices a vegan lifestyle, and PETA named her and Jared Leto the Sexiest Vegetarians of 2014. She is an atheist.
On February 14, 2014, Page came out as gay in a speech at the Human Rights Campaign's "Time to Thrive" conference. In 2014, Page was included as part of The Advocate 's annual "40 Under 40" list.