‘The Umbrella Academy’ and ‘Juno’ actor Elliot Page turns out to be transgender

Oscar-nominated actor Elliot Page for his performance in “Juno” and one of the main stars of “The Umbrella Academy” announced today (01) that he is a transgender male.

Elliot, formerly known as Ellen Page, has made an official statement to her followers on social media.


“Hello friends, I would like to share with you that I am a trans person, my pronouns are he / they (in English) and my name is Elliot. I feel good writing this. Be here. To have arrived at this place in my life. I feel immense gratitude for the amazing people who supported me throughout the trip. I don’t even know how to begin to say how amazing I feel when I finally love who I am, enough to go after my authentic self. I was extremely inspired by several people in the trans community. Thank you for your courage, generosity, and tireless efforts to make this world a more inclusive and empathetic place. I offer my support and I continue to fight for a more egalitarian society ”.


– Elliot Page (@TheElliotPage) December 1, 2020

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Elliot is returning for the already confirmed season 3 of “ The Umbrella Academy, ” filming set to begin in February of next year.

Showrunner Steve Blackman recently revealed to The Wrap that he already has grandiose plans for the possible future of production.

He shared his thoughts on the Hargreeves brothers ‘journey, saying the new timeline promises to change everything in the characters’ lives:

“They are terrible to the world because they are a very dysfunctional family. These guys can’t get it right, both in their relationships with each other, as well as as superheroes. But I think they are improving a bit and we hope that if we are lucky to win a 3rd season they will improve a bit more ”.

Blackman went even further when commenting on the evolution of the characters since his first season:

“They are growing up and I like to think that as we move forward their powers are changing as well. They learn new things. They were trained until the age of 14 or 15 by a very dysfunctional father, but the family fell apart and they couldn’t complete their training. And maybe they will find in the future that their powers are stronger when they are together ”.

In the meantime, watch our Season 2 review:

Created by Jeremy Slater (“The Exorcist”), the series is based on the comics created by Gerard Way and the Brazilian Gabriel Bá.

The plot follows a dysfunctional family of superheroes who come together to solve the mystery of their father’s death, an apocalypse threat, and more.

The cast includes Elliot Page, Robert Sheehan, Tom Hopper, David Castañeda, Aidan Gallagher, Emmy Raver-Lampman, Mary J. Blige and Cameron Britton.

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