Ellen Page

Ellen Page was born on February 21, 1987 in Halifax in Canada in the family graphic designer Dennis Page and teacher Martha Paige. In 2005, she graduated from high school and Shambhala School drama school "Neptune".

Paige acting career began at age 10 when she played in the television movie "Pit Pony". A year later, on the basis of the film, it was decided to remove the series, in which Ellen again won the role for which she was nominated for a Young Artist Award and Gemini Awards. She then starred in the Canadian television. In 16 years, Paige first appeared in European painting - "Face to Face".

In 2003, Paige got her first award Gemini Awards for the film "Ghost Cat", performing the role of precocious girl who arrives with her father in a small town, where it has grown recently deceased mother.

This was followed by work in the low-budget independent film - melodrama "Love of Man" and "Face to Face". It does not go unnoticed by the bright play of Ellen in the black comedy "Vilbi Great" in 2004. For his role in this film, she was awarded the Atlantic Canadian Award in the category "outstanding performance".

In 2004, Paige returned to television, taking part in the filming of a sci-fi series "ReGenesis" and won her second Gemini Award for his work in the episode Black Out.

In 2005 at the Sundance Film Festival premiere of the thriller "Hard Candy," which starred Page. She plays a girl who caught the prisoner of possible pedophile exposed him to various tortures and leads to suicide. For this role, she was awarded the Austin Film Society Award for "Best Actress".

In 2006, Ellen Page starred in several films. She played the role of Kitty Pryde in the science fiction film "X-Men: The Last Stand." After completing the work in this big-budget action movie, she has returned to the genre of "black comedy". In the painting "Pieces of Tracy" 2007, she performed the role of the outsider girl.

In the painting "American Crime", the story is based on a true story, Page played the role of Sylvia Likens. The film premiered at the Sundance Film Festival in January 2007.

The greatest glory brought Paige role in the independent comedy Jason Reitman, "Juno" in 2007 where Allen plays a 16-year-old girl who, when faced with an unwanted pregnancy, she decided to find a worthy child of foster parents. For this role, the actress nominated for the award "Oscar", BAFTA and "Golden Globe".

After the "Juno" Page starred in the adaptation of Canadian author Margaret Laurence "Stone Angel", but such a resonance as "Juno", this work did not cause it. Next comes the film "Smart People", "Peacock" and "Whip" (the directorial debut of Drew Barrymore). In 2010, Allen starred in the psychological thriller "Inception" with Leonardo DiCaprio, who became a blockbuster right on the exit at the rental.

As for his personal life, it does not advertise it, Ellen. It is known that she was dating actor Ben Foster and Mark Randall.