The Ellen DeGeneres Appreciation Page
This page is dedicated to Ellen and those who appreciate her (affectionately called "Ellenheads"), not only as a gifted performer, but also as a principled, caring person. Her coming out has not only provided a public figure with whom many of us identify, but also a role model for gay and lesbian youth everywhere. We love you Ellie, and your mother, Betty, too! !
Note: Have not updated this page in many years, but now that she has a new hit with her daytime talk show,I will get to thisin early 2005!
Check out the FREE Ellen screensaver I made, in honor of National Coming Out Day !
BE SURE TO SEE ELLEN IN 'ED TV', 'GOODBYE LOVER', AND 'THE LOVE LETTER'! Ellen received excellent reviews in all three films, and I personally believe she steals the show in each one!
Now on DVD: Ellen stars with Sharon Stone in "If these walls could talk (2)!"
This film, directed by Anne Heche, tells the story of a lesbian couple's efforts to have a child together.
On To My Ellen Photo Page:Ellen Photo page
Ellen's mailing address(I can't guarantee this is current):
8942 Wilshire Blvd.
Beverly Hills, CA 90211
Also, be sure to get Betty's books, "Love Ellen", and "Just a Mom", available now!
Me and "Mrs. Ellen's Mommy" at a book signing in San Francisco
Ellen made a guest appearance on "The View" in 1998, in order to bring some much-needed attention to the issue of Hate Crimes against lesbian and gay people. She gave a moving and articulate account of the impact of Matthew Shepard's murder, and a plea for gays and straights to unite against the violence and hate. Ellen does our community proud, giving us a voice, and promoting compassion and tolerance with her activism. She expresses the things that many of us would like to say in a public forum, if given the opportunity, and I am grateful that she continues to do so. Thank you, Ellen!
Gals Who Kick Ass! Ellen, Xena Scully!