Elliot Page formerly known as Ellen Page is a Canadian actor and producer. He was born as a female but in 2014, he publicly came out as a gay woman. On December 1, 2020, Page came out as a transgender and specified his pronouns as he/him and they/them. As an actor, he first came to limelight in 2007 when he portrayed the title character in the coming-of-age comedy drama film, Juno, for which he won the Teen Choice Award for Best Actress Comedy and the Independent Spirit Award. This role also got him nominated at the Academy Awards, the BAFTA, and the Golden Globe Awards. During his growing up years, Elliot Page enjoyed playing with action figures and developed an interest in acting as well. Beginning his acting career at the tender age of ten, he went on to gain fame as a young and upcoming actress. He received his big break with his appearance in the 2006 superhero film X-Men: The Last Stand as ‘Kitty Pryde / Shadowcat’. In the ensuing years, he appeared in numerous other popular films like Whip It, Touchy Feel, X-Men: Days of Future Past, and My Days of Mercy. Elliot won the Vancouver Film Critics Award for Best Actress for his role in the 2007 drama film The Tracey Fragments. Also active on TV, he has featured in the CBC series Pit Pony and the Canadian television show ReGenesis.