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Ellen Page young

Birth Date

February 21, 1987



Sun Sign


Natural hair color

Dark Brown

Eye color



5 ft 1 in | 155 cm

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Body Measurements

32-23-33 in | 81-58.5-84 cm


48 kg | 106 lbs

Bra Size


Shoe size

6 US | 36.5 EU

Early acting career First film Breakthrough

Ellen Grace Philpotts-Page was born in Halifax, Nova Scotia, Canada, on February 21, 1987, is an Canadian actress.

Young Ellen Page began her professional acting career in television shows and Canadian films.

She got her television debut in Canadian drama movie Pit Pony (1997) in role as Maggie MacLean, at the age of 10, for which she was nominated for a Gemini Award and a Young Artist Award.

She made her big screen debut in melodrama film Marion Bridge (2002) in role as Joanie.

Her breakthrough performance came as Juno MacGuff in coming of age drama comedy film Juno (2007), for which she was nominated for the Academy Award, a BAFTA Award and a Golden Globe Award for Best Actress.

New Movies

Naya Legend of the Golden Dolphin (2020) animated action in voice role as Dusky

She directed and hosted documentary film about environmental racism There's Something in the Water (2019).

Best Movies

She played Kitty Pryde in X-Men franchise:

X-Men: The Last Stand (2006)

X-Men: Days of Future Past (2014)

Inception (2010) science fiction action opposite Leonardo DiCaprio, Cillian Murphy and Joseph Gordon-Levitt

Hard Candy (2005) thriller with Patrick Wilson

Super (2010) black comedy drama opposite James Gunn and Liv Tyler

Whip It (2009) comedy drama with Drew Barrymore and Kristen Wiig

The East (2013) thriller opposite Brit Marling and Alexander Skarsgård

An American Crime (2007) drama with Catherine Keener, Evan Peters and James Franco

Smart People (2008) comedy drama opposite Dennis Quaid and Sarah Jessica Parker

Peacock (2010) psychological thriller with Cillian Murphy and Susan Sarandon

The Tracey Fragments (2007) drama in role as Tracey Berkowitz

Into the Forest (2015) drama Sci-fi opposite Evan Rachel Wood and Max Minghella

To Rome with Love (2012) romantic comedy directed by Woody Allen

Freeheld (2015) drama with Julianne Moore, Steve Carell and Michael Shannon

Flatliners (2017) science fiction psychological horror opposite Nina Dobrev, Diego Luna and James Norton

TV Shows

Pit Pony (1999-2000) CBC television series in role as Maggie Maclean

Trailer Park Boys (2002) Canadian mockumentary television series in role as Treena Lahey

ReGenesis (2004) Canadian television series in role as Lilith Sandström

She hosted Viceland television documentary series Gaycation (2016-2017).

The Umbrella Academy (2019– ) Netflix superhero web television series in role as Vanya Hargreeves

Tales of the City (2019) Netflix drama web television miniseries in role as Shawna Hawkins


Attended the Halifax Grammar School and graduated from the Shambhala School in Halifax, Canada (2005).

Studied in the Interact Program at Vaughan Road Academy.

Has an older stepbrother and stepsister.

She was discovered by Halifax actor John Dunsworth.

She is an atheist.

She voiced Kelly in movie Window Horses (2016) and Rosy in film My Life as a Zucchini (2016).

Good friends with Ben Foster and Olivia Thirlby.

Practiced meditation and yoga.

She is a vegan.


She dated Ben Foster (2006-2007), Mark Rendall (2008-2009), Emile Hirsch (2010-2011), Alexander Skarsgård (2012-2013) and Samantha Thomas (2015-2017).

She married dancer and choreographer Emma Portner in 2018.


I don't care if people like my character. I just want them to think about the movie's message.

I feel fortunate that since I started acting at the age of ten I've had lovely people in my life, who are still in my life, who are older and have been there for me in a way that is supportive, but separate, from the work I do.

I love playing roles that are physical, absolutely love. Whether it's just that kind of basic level of physicality or whether it's stunts.

I hate how box-office failures are blamed on an actress, yet I don't see a box-office failure blamed on men.

X-Men is massive, like nothing I've ever experienced. But great in its own way.

Acting is very physical, even when it doesn't appear to be. It's about the arc of your body's language through a film.

What I like about the film (Juno (2007)) is that it tackles an issue that we often treat as this really heavy, dark event and we look at it with a different perspective. She's extremely independent. She finds adoptive parents before she even tells her parents. I just think it's nice to not dwell in darkness.