Elliot Page fans stunned by how much his voice has changed in new video

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By Phoebe Egoroff

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Elliot Page has wowed fans with just how much his voice has changed in a new heartwarming video.

The 36-year-old actor - who came out as a transgender man in December 2020 - has been open about his journey and the joy he is experiencing now he feels more like himself.

Earlier this year, Page took to Instagram to post a shirtless image of himself following top surgery, and took the opportunity to open up about the importance of gender-affirming care and how this has impacted his life.

In the shot, the Umbrella Academy star can be seen smiling into the camera wearing only a snapback cap.

"Dysphoria used to be especially rife in the summer. No layers, just a T-shirt - or layers and oh so sweaty - constantly looking down, readjusting my oversized T," Page began, adding: "It feels so [f**king] good soaking in the sun now, I never thought I could experience this, the joy I feel in my body. I am so grateful for what gender-affirming care has allowed me and I look forward to sharing more of my journey soon."

The Canadian actor - who shot to fame for his role opposite Michael Cera in Juno prior to his transition - is also using his platform to promote positivity, spark discussions on transgender issues, and be transparent about his past body dysmorphia, which will be just some of the topics of discussion in his new memoir Pageboy.

In a recent Instagram video, Page was seen unboxing copies of his memoir in a touching moment, with his voice noticeably deeper than before his transition.

While the video was only brief, fans of the star rushed to the comments to praise and congratulate him on how far he's come in his journey.

"Yay!!!! your voice sounds so good btw!!!! [...] the trans joy radiates through all your posts. seeing you on my feed always makes me so happy. trans people are awesome [...]," one person wrote.

"It's the voice for me [...]," someone else added.

A further user commented: "How his voiced has changed! [sic]"

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"I cant wait to read it. you probably get this all the time but I grew up feeling such a connection to you. when you came out it was right after I came out. and when you began to transition, it was right after I did the same thing. Thank you so much for sharing your story and showing trans artists like myself that we can achieve our dreams," someone else said encouragingly.

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Well, over here we're just as excited - and we can't wait to see what he does next!

Featured image credit: Kathy Hutchins / Alamy

Elliot Page fans stunned by how much his voice has changed in new video

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By Phoebe Egoroff

Article saved!Article saved!

Elliot Page has wowed fans with just how much his voice has changed in a new heartwarming video.

The 36-year-old actor - who came out as a transgender man in December 2020 - has been open about his journey and the joy he is experiencing now he feels more like himself.

Earlier this year, Page took to Instagram to post a shirtless image of himself following top surgery, and took the opportunity to open up about the importance of gender-affirming care and how this has impacted his life.

In the shot, the Umbrella Academy star can be seen smiling into the camera wearing only a snapback cap.

"Dysphoria used to be especially rife in the summer. No layers, just a T-shirt - or layers and oh so sweaty - constantly looking down, readjusting my oversized T," Page began, adding: "It feels so [f**king] good soaking in the sun now, I never thought I could experience this, the joy I feel in my body. I am so grateful for what gender-affirming care has allowed me and I look forward to sharing more of my journey soon."

The Canadian actor - who shot to fame for his role opposite Michael Cera in Juno prior to his transition - is also using his platform to promote positivity, spark discussions on transgender issues, and be transparent about his past body dysmorphia, which will be just some of the topics of discussion in his new memoir Pageboy.

In a recent Instagram video, Page was seen unboxing copies of his memoir in a touching moment, with his voice noticeably deeper than before his transition.

While the video was only brief, fans of the star rushed to the comments to praise and congratulate him on how far he's come in his journey.

"Yay!!!! your voice sounds so good btw!!!! [...] the trans joy radiates through all your posts. seeing you on my feed always makes me so happy. trans people are awesome [...]," one person wrote.

"It's the voice for me [...]," someone else added.

A further user commented: "How his voiced has changed! [sic]"

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"I cant wait to read it. you probably get this all the time but I grew up feeling such a connection to you. when you came out it was right after I came out. and when you began to transition, it was right after I did the same thing. Thank you so much for sharing your story and showing trans artists like myself that we can achieve our dreams," someone else said encouragingly.

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Credit: Instagram.com

Well, over here we're just as excited - and we can't wait to see what he does next!

Featured image credit: Kathy Hutchins / Alamy