Ellen Page is a Canadian actress and producer born on February 21, 1987. She has been acting since 1997. Page made her television debut as Maggie Maclean on the Pit Pony series in 1997. That time she was just about ten years old. When she was 15 years old, she appeared in a short film called The Wet Season. In the same year (2002), she made her film debut for a Canadian movie Marion Bridge.
She proved herself in the very first film, in which she received an award for Outstanding Female Performance in 2003. In this article, you will be reading all of the highlights information about her. Keep scrolling down until the end of the article. Before that, have a glance at the table below for basic information.
Latest Info About Ellen Page
|Real Name||Ellen Grace Philpotts Page|
|Nick Name||Ellen Page|
|Date Of Birth||February 21, 1987|
|Net Worth||$15 million|
|Height||5 feet 1 inch|
|Body Measurements||32-23-33 inches|
|Hair Colour||Dark Brown|
|Parents||Father: Dennis Page
Mother: Martha Phillpotts
|Facebook Profile or Page||https://www.facebook.com/EllenPage/|
Early Life of Ellen Page
Ellen was born on February 21, 1987, in Halifax, Nova Scotia, Canada. Her birth name was Ellen Grace Philpotts-Page, but according to certificate and she is known as Ellen Page. Her father’s name is Dennis Page, who worked as a graphic designer, and her mother’s name is Martha Phillpotts, an educated person working as a teacher.
She grew up in the birthplace and attended at Halifax Grammar School until class ten. Then she admitted to Queen Elizabeth High School and completed her graduation from Shambhala School in 2005. She also studied at Vaughan Road Academy in the Interact Program, along with Canadian actor Mark Rendall, the Canadian actor. They are very good friends since childhood. In her childhood, she used to play with an Action figure and love to climb trees.
Ellen Page Boyfriend
In 2008, she was in love with an American actor Frankie Muniz. They had breakfast together and dated several times. After a few months, they got separated. In the same year, she started dating Mark Rendall, a Canadian actor. The relationship was broken in 2009.
In 2010, Ellen was rumored again to dating an American actor Emile Hirsch. In 2011, she and Clea DuVall were on a relationship. They spent time together romantically.
In 2012, she started another relationship with Alexander Skarsgård, a Swedish actor. They dated a couple of times. Eventually, the relationship ended.
In 2015, Ellen started dating Samantha Thomas, a homosexual woman. They were dating several times 2015 to 2017. At the end of 2017, they separated from each other and announced the breakup.
In 2016, Ellen was rumored to be dated with an American actor Ben Foster. They are also good friends. It’s not sure that they dated each other or not. Many said it was a rumor because they had never been seen together.
After breaking her all relationships, she started dating a Canadian professional dancer Emma Portner in 2017. They get to know each other on Instagram and fixed a date for met. In 2018, they got married and announced that news on Instagram, now they are living together at New York City.
Physical Statistics Of Ellen Page
- In feet – 5 feet 1 inch
- In centimeters – 155 cm
- In meters – 1.55 m
- In Kilograms – 48 kg
- In Pounds – 106 lbs
- Measurements – 32-23-33
- Bust – 32 inches
- Waist – 23 inches
- Hip – 33 inches
- Bra Size – 32A
Ellen Page Net Worth
Ellen is a beautiful girl; she is not only an actress but also a model. Without professional acting, she participated in various advertisements. She has been generating revenue from those activities. As of 2020, Net worth of Ellen Page is $15 million approximately.
From an early age, she was interested in acting and even attended Neptune Theatre School to study acting. After completing her education, she takes it as a profession. Here is in detail of her entire career.
In 1997, she started acting in television shows. The television film was the first Television film by Ellen. The main cast of that series was released from February 5, 1999 – February 4, 2000, by CBC television.
In 2002, she made her film debut. That year, she acted on two films, including the short film The Wet Season and a Canadian film Marion Bridge. Also, she participated in two TV series, Trailer Park Boys as Treena Lahey for five episodes and in Rideau Hall as Helene.
Next year, she appeared in a Canadian comedy film Touch & Go and Canadian film and romantic comedy Love That Boy. Also on three television films including, Homeless to Harvard: The Liz Murray Story and is an Animal Planet television film Ghost Cat.
In 2004, she starred as Emily Anderson in a comedy-drama film Wilby Wonderful. The film received 71% positive reviews from various sources. In the same year, she acted as Stella Blackstone in I Downloaded a Ghost (TV series) and in a Canadian television series ReGenesis.
In 2005, she played a leading role as Sherry Green in Mouth to Mouth and in an American thriller film called Hard Candy. She and actor Patrick Wilson were the main characters of the film. It was premiered at Málaga Film Festival and Sitges Film Festival. For her leading performance, she received the Best Actress Award at Austin Film Critics Association Awards and Málaga Film Festival. Besides, she was nominated at Empire Awards and Online Film Critics Society Awards for Best Female Newcomer, Best Breakthrough Performance, respectively.
Her next appearance was as Kitty Pryde in a superhero film X-Men: The Last Stand in 2006. In 2007, she performed in four films, including Sylvia Likens is an American horror film called An American Crime, as Juno MacGuff in an American coming-of-age comedy-drama film Juno. Also, as Tracey Berkowitz in a drama film The Tracey Fragments and as Arlene Simmons in a Canadian drama film The Stone Angel. Of these, Juno and The Tracey Fragments are notable and popular.
In the film Juno, she received many awards and nominations, such as New York Film Critics Online Awards for Best Breakthrough Performance, North Texas Film Critics Association Awards for Best Actress, and more like this. In The Tracey Fragments, she received Atlantic Film Festival and Vancouver Film Critics Circle Awards for Best Actress.
In 2008, she appeared in a comedy-drama film Smart People. In which she cast as Vanessa Wetherhold. Next year she appeared in two films, including Vanishing of the Bees and an American sports comedy-drama film Whip It as Narrator and Bliss Cavendar / Babe Ruthles, respectively.
In 2010, she played the role as Libby/Boltie in an American superhero black comedy film Super, as Ariadne science fiction action film Inception and as Maggie Bailey in psychological thriller Peacock. Among those, Inception was nominated for six awards.
In 2012, she worked for a magical realistic romantic comedy film called To Rome with Love. Woody Allen was the writer, actor, and director of that film.
In 2013, she appeared Izzy in an English film, The East. It was released on May 31, 2013, in the United States, June 28, 2013, in the United Kingdom; the film was not successful in the box office. She also appeared in Touchy Feely. It was premiered at the Sundance Film Festival.
In 2014, she was outstanding in X-Men: Days of Future Past. It was a superhero film released on May 23, 2014, in the United States. It was also a commercially successful film; the film grossed $747.9 million, where the budget was only $200–220 million. For her outperform, she was nominated for Teen Choice Awards.
In 2015, she worked for an American drama film called Freeheld. Her role was Stacie Andree. In this film, she was nominated at AARP Movies for Grownups Awards for Best Grownup Love Story and at Alliance of Women Film Journalists Awards for Most Egregious Age Difference Between the Leading Man and the Love Interest. In the same year, she participated in a Canadian drama film Into the Forest.
In 2016, she played an essential role in an American comedy-drama film Tallulah. Without it, she also appeared in Window Horses as Kelly and My Life as a Zucchini as Rosy.
In 2017, she acted in three films, including My Days of Mercy, The Cured, Flatliners, where her role was Lucy Moro, Abbie, and Courtney Holmes, respectively.
Favorites Of Ellen Page
- Favorite Actress: Kate Winslet, Mery Streep
- Favorite Role Model: Patti Smith
- Favorite Music Band: Ron Sexsmith, Radiohead
- Favorite Color: Green
- Favorite Movie: The 400 Blows (1959)
Top 5 Ellen Page Movies
- X-Men: Days of Future Past
- Into the Forest
|ACTRA Maritimes Awards||Outstanding Female Performance||Marion Bridge||2003|
|Alliance of Women Film Journalists Awards||Best Breakthrough Performance||Juno||2007|
|Atlantic Film Festival||Outstanding Performance by an Actor – Female||Wilby Wonderful||2004|
|Atlantic Film Festival||Best Actress||The Tracey Fragments||2007|
|Austin Film Critics Association Awards||Best Actress||Hard Candy||2007|
|Austin Film Critics Association Awards||Best Actress||Juno||2007|
|Canadian Comedy Awards||Best Performance by a Female – Film||Juno||2008|
|Central Ohio Film Critics Association Awards||Best Actress||Juno||2008|
|Chicago Film Critics Association Awards||Best Actress||Juno||2007|
|Chlotrudis Awards||Breakthrough Award||Herself||2005|
|Detroit Film Critics Society Awards||Best Actress||Juno||2007|
|Detroit Film Critics Society Awards||Best Cast||Juno||2007|
|Florida Film Critics Circle Awards||Best Actress||Juno||2007|
|Florida Film Critics Circle Awards||Pauline Kael Breakout Award||Juno||2007|
|Gemini Awards||Best Performance in a Children’s or Youth Program or Series||Ghost Cat||2003|
|Gemini Awards||Best Supporting Actress||ReGenesis||2004|
|Independent Spirit Awards||Best Female Lead||Juno||2007|
|Las Vegas Film Critics Society Awards||Best Actress||Juno||2007|
|MTV Movie Awards||Best Female Performance||Juno||2007|
|MTV Movie Awards||Best Frightened Performance||Inception||2010|
|National Board of Review Awards||Best Breakthrough Performance – Female||Juno||2007|
|New York Film Critics Online Awards||Best Breakthrough Performance||Juno||2007|
|North Texas Film Critics Association Awards||Best Actress||Juno||2007|
|Oklahoma Film Critics Circle Awards||Best Actress||Juno||2007|
|Oklahoma Film Critics Circle Awards||Best Breakthrough Performance||Juno||2007|
|Phoenix Film Critics Society Award||Breakthrough On Camera||Juno||2007|
|Satellite Awards||Best Actress – Motion Picture Musical or Comedy||Juno||2007|
|St. Louis Gateway Film Critics Association Awards||Best Actress||Juno||2007|
|Teen Choice Awards||Choice Movie Actress: Comedy||Juno||2007|
|Teen Choice Awards||Choice Movie: Breakout Female||Juno||2007|
|Toronto Film Critics Association Awards||Best Actress||Juno||2007|
|Utah Film Critics Association Awards||Best Actress||Juno||2007|
|Vancouver Film Critics Circle Awards||Best Actress||The Tracey Fragments||2007|
|Washington D.C. Area Film Critics Association Awards||Best Breakthrough Performance||Juno||2007|
As a professional actress, Ellen appeared in many films and TV shows. As a result of her outstanding performance, she received many awards and nominations in several movies. To highlight her successful works, I have attached a table with the details. Don’t miss it.