We were first introduced to Ellen Page in her 2007 indie comedy-drama, Juno. Fans fell in love with her. Afterward, she was recognizable to everyone. There were a few years, however, where the actress removed herself from Hollywood. But now she’s back and we can’t wait to see what her future holds.
Just A Normal Kid
Born in Nova Scotia, in 1987, Page had a childhood like most of us, consisting of playing soccer, riding her bicycle, and swimming in a lake. But on one trip to Toronto, Page attended a theatrical performance of The Phantom of the Opera. She fell in love with acting and wanted to start her own career.
Her Early Career
Page started acting when she was ten years old. She was cast in the 1997 television movie Pit Pony, and later in the series of the same name. She later appeared in a variety of Canadian films and television shows until she moved to Los Angeles in 2005 to star in her first film, Hard Candy. That was only the beginning for the young actress.
Starring In “Juno”
In 2007, Page starred in Juno, a teenage pregnancy comedy-drama that she immediately fell in love with. She commented, “I was excited about this character because I felt like it was a teenage female lead that we’ve just never seen before. Although she was incredibly unique and witty and all of these things, she was also very genuine and it all felt just very sincere.”
Stepping Away From The Spotlight
Following Juno, Page starred in a variety of popular films, including Whip It, Inception, and the X-Men series. But in 2014, Page began to step away from the spotlight. She starred in less popular films and even came out as a lesbian in a riveting speech at the Human Rights Campaign. But where is she now?
Starring In “The Umbrella Academy”
Fans can now see Page in the new Netflix series, The Umbrella Academy. She plays Vanya Hargreeves, a violinist and the only sibling without powers in a dysfunctional family. The show is already renewed for a second season, so it seems Page has found her way back in Hollywood. It doesn’t look like she’s going away anytime soon.
Actors From 2019 Who We’re All Going To Miss In 2020
Gone but not forgotten: the best way to describe many of the remarkable stars who passed away during the past year of 2019. Before we look forward to 2020, it’s important to pause for a moment and reflect on the achievements of the many people who made an impact on our culture through their hard work and their dedication to our entertainment.
Why Don’t We See These Hollywood Stars On Screen As Much Anymore?
We all remember our favorite Hollywood stars of the 1990s and early 2000s, who we thought we would remain movie staples forever. Many of them have moved on prompting many of us to ask, “What happened?” Thankfully, we’ve tracked down 25 of them, and you might be surprised to see what they’ve been up to since leaving show business on the back burner.
Oprah’s Favorite Things List From 2019 Has Us Scrambling To Snatch Them Up
Not sure what gifts to get for an upcoming significant occasion? Looking for something nice to kick off the new year? Search no further than Oprah’s 2019 Favorite Things List, offering fans all the finest products in food, technology, clothing, fashion, and so much more. We’ve listed for you our 25 favorites, ranked from least to most expensive, so you can start 2020 off right!