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Elliot Page

Page in 2023 Elliot Page (formerly Ellen Page; born February 21, 1987) is a Canadian actor and producer. He This article uses ''he''/''him'' for consistency.|name=pronouns|group=lower-alpha}} has received various accolades, including nominations for an Academy Award, two British Academy Film Awards, a Golden Globe Award, a Primetime Emmy Award and a Screen Actors Guild Award.

Prior to his public identification as a trans man, Page came to recognition for his starring role in the television franchise ''Pit Pony'' (1997–2000) and his recurring roles in the series ''Trailer Park Boys'' (2002) and ''ReGenesis'' (2004). His breakthrough came with leading roles in the film ''Hard Candy'' (2005) and ''X-Men: The Last Stand'' (2006). He received critical acclaim for portraying the title character in the film ''Juno'' (2007), and became the fourth-youngest nominee for the Academy Award Best Actress at the time. His film roles since include ''Whip It'' (2009), ''Super'' (2010), ''Inception'' (2010), ''X-Men: Days of Future Past'' (2014), ''Tallulah'' (2016) and ''Close to You'' (2023). He produced and starred in the film ''Freeheld'' (2015), hosted the Viceland documentary series ''Gaycation'' (2016–2017), and directed ''There's Something in the Water'' (2019). He also played the player character Jodie Holmes in the video game ''Beyond: Two Souls'' (2013) and Vanya/Viktor Hargreeves in the Netflix series ''The Umbrella Academy'' (2019–present).

Page is an outspoken activist. Describing himself as a pro-choice feminist, he has spoken out in favor of the Me Too movement, advocated for abortion rights, has called for the end of military dictatorship in Myanmar, and also practices as a vegan. In 2014, Page was included in ''The Advocate''s annual "40 Under 40" list. In 2015, he received the Human Rights Campaign Vanguard Award. Page has strongly spoken out against discriminatory legislation towards the trans community and has become a vocal advocate for LGBTQ rights. In March 2021, he became the first openly trans man to appear on the cover of ''Time''. Provided by wikipedia