Elliot Page will discuss trans identity, Hollywood and mental health in his upcoming memoir

The award-winning actor and director’s next memoir will be titled “PAGEBOY” and will be released in 2023, Flatiron Books said in a press release Thursday.

“The memoir will delve into Page’s relationship with her body, her experiences as one of the world’s most famous trans people, and cover mental health, assault, love, relationships, sex and life. cesspool than Hollywood can be,” they added.

Page started acting as a child and was first widely noticed in 2005’s psychological thriller “Hard Candy,” but his breakthrough came when he played a pregnant teenager in the coming-of-age drama. coming of age from 2007’s “Juno,” which won him an Oscar. nomination.

In December 2020, Page came out as transgender in an Instagram post, saying he couldn’t “begin to express how remarkable it is to finally love who I am enough to pursue my authentic self.”
Elliot Page sharing joy
The following March, he became the first transgender man to appear on the cover of Time magazine and spoke to the magazine about his experience undergoing vertex surgery, which he said had “completely transformed” his life.

The 34-year-old currently stars in the Netflix series ‘Umbrella Academy’ and has been vocal on social media to encourage people to speak up for transgender youth and fight against anti-trans legislation.

“PAGEBOY completely took my breath away,” editor Bryn Clark, who will edit the memoir, said in the press release. “Elliot’s story brings together a complicated maturity where he struggles to maintain his strong sense of self in the face of a society that is slowly fracturing and fragmenting anyone who does not fit into a binary world.”


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