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Alison Brie Schermerhorn (born (1982-12-29)December 29, 1982) is an American actress, writer, and producer. She received recognition for her starring roles as Trudy Campbell in the drama series Mad Men (2007–2015), Annie Edison in the comedy series Community (2009–2015), Diane Nguyen in the animated comedy series BoJack Horseman (2014–2020), and as Ruth Wilder in the comedy-drama series GLOW (2017–2019), for which she received nominations for the Screen Actors Guild Award and the Golden Globe Award for Best Actress – Television Series Musical or Comedy.

In addition to her television work, Brie has also starred in films such as Scream 4 (2011); The Five-Year Engagement (2012); The Lego Movie (2014); Get Hard (2015); Sleeping with Other People (2015); How to Be Single (2016); The Little Hours (2017); The Disaster Artist (2017); The Post (2017); Promising Young Woman (2020); Horse Girl (2020), which she also co-wrote and produced; and The Rental (2020).

Early life

Alison Brie Schermerhorn was born in Hollywood, California.[1][2] Her father, Charles Terry Schermerhorn, is a musician and freelance entertainment reporter.[3][4] Her mother, Joanne Brenner, works at Para los Niños ("For the Children"), a non-profit childcare agency.[5] She has an older sister named Lauren.[3][4] Brie's mother is Jewish.[6][7][8][9] Her father has Dutch, English, and Scottish ancestry. While being raised by her divorced parents, she occasionally attended a "ChristianHindu hybrid church" called the Self-Realization Fellowship with her father. However, her mother "would always make sure we knew we were Jewish."[6][10][11]

Brie began acting onstage at the Jewish Community Center in Southern California.[4][12] She graduated from the California Institute of the Arts with a bachelor's degree in theater in 2005.[13] She also lived in Scotland, where she studied at the Royal Scottish Academy of Music and Drama in Glasgow, Scotland.[4][14] She later worked as a clown at birthday parties and performed in theater in California.[15]

Career

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Brie at the 2009 LA Film Festival

Brie's first television role came in 2006, as Nina, a novice hairdresser, on the Disney Channel sitcom Hannah Montana. She received further recognition as Trudy Campbell in the AMC period drama series Mad Men (2007–2015). She went on to star in the web series My Alibi, which aired from 2008 to 2009. From 2009 to 2015, she portrayed Annie Edison on the NBC/Yahoo! View sitcom Community. For her performance, she earned acclaim and was nominated for the Critics' Choice Television Award for Best Supporting Actress in a Comedy Series.

In April 2010, Brie co-hosted an episode of Attack of the Show![16] and appeared in a segment on Web Soup.[17] She appeared in the 2010 comedy film Montana Amazon.[18] Brie made Maxim magazine's 2010 Hot 100 list at number 99[19] and appeared at number 49 in their 2011 list.[20] She was voted the 57th Sexiest Woman in the World by FHM readers in 2013.[21] She was voted the 2nd most desirable woman in the world by AskMen readers in 2014.[22]

Brie starred in several major film roles, including as Rebecca Walters, Sidney Prescott's assistant, in the slasher horror film Scream 4 (2011),[23] and Suzie Barnes in the romantic comedy film The Five-Year Engagement (2012). She voiced Princess Unikitty in the animated comedy film The Lego Movie (2014), and voiced a character in an episode of the animated series American Dad!, which aired during their eighth season.[24][25]

In June 2014, Brie joined the cast of the Netflix series BoJack Horseman, which debuted on August 22. Over the first two seasons, she has voiced a variety of characters, including main character Diane Nguyen and recurring character Vincent Adultman.[26][27] Brie also appeared on Lip Sync Battle and won against Will Arnett with performances of "Shoop" by Salt-N-Pepa and "Bang Bang" by Jessie J, Ariana Grande, and Nicki Minaj.[28]

In 2015, she starred with Jason Sudeikis in Leslye Headland's romantic comedy film Sleeping with Other People, and played Will Ferrell's character's fiancée in the comedy film Get Hard.[29] In 2016, Brie starred as Lucy in the romantic comedy film How to Be Single. In 2017, she co-starred in several films, including the historical comedy The Little Hours, the biographical comedy-drama The Disaster Artist, and the historical drama The Post.

In 2017, Brie began her starring role as Ruth Wilder in the Netflix comedy-drama series GLOW, inspired by the 1980s female professional wrestling promotion Gorgeous Ladies of Wrestling;[30] the series began streaming on June 23, 2017. Brie noted that since appearing in GLOW and receiving critical praise for the role, she has become more focused on taking meaningful roles.[31] For her performance, she earned multiple nominations for the Critics' Choice Television Award for Best Actress in a Comedy Series, the Screen Actors Guild Award for Outstanding Performance by a Female Actor in a Comedy Series, and the Golden Globe Award for Best Actress – Television Series Musical or Comedy.[32][33][34]

In 2018, she co-starred in the music video for Beck's "Colors".[35] In 2019, she reprised her voice role as Princess Unikitty in the animated comedy sequel film The Lego Movie 2: The Second Part and provided an English dub for the Japanese animated romantic fantasy film Weathering with You.

In 2020, Brie starred in the acclaimed drama thriller film Promising Young Woman, directed by Emerald Fennell.[36] Also in 2020, she wrote, produced and starred as Sarah in the Netflix drama film Horse Girl, which was directed by Jeff Baena.[37] Brie then starred opposite Dan Stevens in the horror film The Rental, which was directed by her husband Dave Franco.[38]

Brie will next star in the romantic comedy film Happiest Season, directed by Clea DuVall.[39]

Personal life

Brie began dating Dave Franco in 2012 after meeting him at a 2011 Mardi Gras party in New Orleans.[40] On August 25, 2015, it was reported the two were engaged.[40][41] They married on March 13, 2017.[42] In an interview with Larry King, she revealed she did not want to have children.[43]

Filmography

Film

YearTitleRoleNotes
2004Stolen PoemAliceShort film
2007BornMary Elizabeth Martino
Dickie Smalls: From Shame to FameMya
2008ParasomniaDarcy
The CoverupGrace
Buddy 'n' AndyMichelleShort film
Salvation, TexasLisa Salter
2009Us One NightAlyson
2010The Home FrontHannah
Raspberry MagicMs. Bradlee
2011Scream 4Rebecca Walters
2012Save the DateBeth
The Five-Year EngagementSuzie Barnes-Eilhauer
Montana AmazonElla Dunderhead
2013The Kings of SummerHeather Toy
2014The Lego MoviePrincess Unikitty (voice)
HarmontownHerselfDocumentary film
Search PartyElizabeth
Lennon or McCartneyHerselfDocumentary short film
2015Sleeping with Other PeopleElaine "Lainey" Dalton
Get HardAlissa Barrow
No Stranger Than LoveLucy Sherrington
2016How to Be SingleLucy
JoshyRachel
Get a JobTanya Sellers
A Family ManLynn Vogel
2017The Little HoursSister Alessandra
The Disaster ArtistAmber
The PostLally Weymouth
2018Emmet's Holiday PartyPrincess Unikitty (voice)Short film
2019The Lego Movie 2: The Second Part
Weathering with YouNatsumi Suga (voice)English dub
2020Promising Young WomanMadison
Horse GirlSarahAlso writer and producer
The RentalMichelle
Happiest SeasonSloanePost-production

Television

YearTitleRoleNotes
2006Hannah MontanaNinaEpisode: "It's My Party and I'll Lie if I Want To"
2007Not Another High School ShowMuffyUnsold pilot
2007–2015Mad MenTrudy Campbell36 episodes
2008The Deadliest LessonAmberTelevision film
2009–2015CommunityAnnie Edison110 episodes
2011Robot ChickenMartha Stewart / Vampire Lifeguard (voice)Episode: "The Godfather of the Bride 2"
2012NTSF:SD:SUV::JoanieEpisode: "Sabbath-tage"
American Dad!Lindsay (voice)Episode: "Adventures in Hayleysitting"
2013High School USA!Miss Temple (voice)Episode: "Choices"
Axe CopBeautiful Girly Bobs (voice)Episode: "The Dumb List"
2014Comedy Bang! Bang!HerselfEpisode: "Alison Brie Wears a Black Mesh Top & Mini-Skirt"
2014–2020BoJack HorsemanDiane Nguyen / Various voices77 episodes
2016TeachersLauren LarkEpisode: "Pilot"; also executive producer
Doctor ThorneMartha Dunstable3 episodes
2017Dr. KenHerselfEpisode: "Ken's Big Audition"
2017–2019GLOWRuth Wilder30 episodes
Also directed episode: "Hollywood Homecoming"
2019Drunk HistoryThea SpyerEpisode: "Love"
2020Make It Work!HerselfTelevision special[44]

Web

YearTitleRoleNotes
2008–2009My AlibiRebecca Fuller18 episodes
2009Hot SlutsAmber5 episodes[45]
2012SketchyMegEpisode: "You Got Retweeted"
2013The ArScheerio Paul ShowMadonnaEpisode: "Madonna & Rosie O'Donnell"
2020The Cast of Community Reunites for Table ReadAnnie EdisonOnline Fundraiser

Video games

YearTitleVoice roleRef.
2015Lego DimensionsPrincess Unikitty[46]
2016Marvel Avengers AcademyBlack Widow[47]

Music videos

YearTitleArtistRoleRef.
2018"Colors"BeckHerself[48]

Theme park attractions

YearTitleVoice roleRef.
2016The Lego Movie: 4D – A New AdventurePrincess Unikitty[49]

Awards and nominations

YearAssociationCategoryWorkResultRef.
2009Screen Actors Guild AwardsOutstanding Performance by an Ensemble in a Drama SeriesMad MenWon[50]
2012Critics' Choice Television AwardsBest Supporting Actress in a Comedy SeriesCommunityNominated[51]
2014Streamy AwardsBest Ensemble CastThe ArScheerio Paul ShowNominated[52]
2015Newport Beach Film Festival AwardsOutstanding Achievement in ActingNo Stranger Than LoveWon[53]
2017Annie AwardsOutstanding Achievement, Voice Acting in an Animated TV ProductionBoJack HorsemanNominated[54]
2018Critics' Choice Television AwardsBest Actress in a Comedy SeriesGLOWNominated[55]
Satellite AwardsBest Actress – Television Series Musical or ComedyNominated[56]
Golden Globe AwardsBest Actress – Television Series Musical or ComedyNominated[57]
Screen Actors Guild AwardsOutstanding Performance by a Female Actor in a Comedy SeriesNominated[58]
Outstanding Performance by an Ensemble in a Comedy SeriesNominated
2019Satellite AwardsBest Actress – Television Series Musical or ComedyGLOWNominated[59]
Golden Globe AwardsBest Actress – Television Series Musical or ComedyNominated[60]
Screen Actors Guild AwardsOutstanding Performance by a Female Actor in a Comedy SeriesNominated[61]
Outstanding Performance by an Ensemble in a Comedy SeriesNominated
2020Critics' Choice Television AwardsBest Actress in a Comedy SeriesGLOWNominated[62]
Satellite AwardsBest Actress – Television Series Musical or ComedyNominated[63]

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Alison Brie (29 de diciembre de 1983) es una actriz estadounidense conocida por interpretar a Annie Edison en Community y a Trudy Campbell en Mad Men .

Brie nació en Pasadena, California. Comenzó su carrera como actriz en el escenario del Centro Comunitario Judío en el sur de California (la madre de Brie es judía).

Brie tuvo una relación con el actor David Sullivan. La pareja se separó en junio de 2010, tras dos años de noviazgo, con rumores de que Brie era demasiado joven para él.

Uno de los primeros papeles en televisión de Brie fue en Hannah Montana, luego empezó a hacerse conocida por participar en la serie web My Alibi. Alison audicionó y fue elegida para el papel de Trudy Campbell en Mad Men. Ella también interpreta a Annie Edison en Community.

El 15 de abril de 2010, participa en el programa Attack of the Show, de la cadena G4. Brie también ha aparecido para un segmento corto en el programa de G4, Web Soup . En 2010, obtuvo el puesto 99 de la lista en el ranking de la revista Maxim Hot 100

Tuvo un papel en la película de terror Scream 4, en abril de 2011.

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