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Ellen Page and Other Recognizable LGBTs Rank on Forbes’ 30 Under 30

Ellen Page and Other Recognizable LGBTs Rank on Forbes’ 30 Under 30


Familiar faces land on the youth power list spanning 20 different subjects

Ellen Page is getting love from every angle. After being named as the Out100's Entertainer of the Year, she's taking a spot on Forbes' coveted list in the "Hollywood & Entertainment" category. She had a big 2014 due to her role in X-Men Days of Future Past, as well as her evolution into a producer. We're also excited about seeing her opposite Julianne Moore in Freeheld. Her coming out speech was heard by millions last year and since then she's been a massive advocate for the LGBT community.

Accompanying her on the list is Hannah Hart, the mind behind the YouTube hit, "My Drunk Kitchen." Hart, who boasts fellow vlogger Tyler Oakley among her best friends, is expanding her brand into a best-selling cookbook and the upcoming movie, Camp Takota.

Taking up residency on the "Art & Style" list is artist and former Out100 honoree Stewart Uoo, whose contemporary and erotic art landed him with show at the Whitney Museum of American Art. Jacolby Satterwhite, another artist and a past Hot List honoree, accompanies him, along with LaQuan Smith. Smith is making a name for himself in the fashion world the traditional way, which is, without a reality show springboard, and has dressed the likes of Nicki Minaj, Lady Gaga, and Beyonce.

Click here to see the rest of the full length lists for all 20 categories.

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