Yesterday, Alison attended the 2018 Billboard Music Awards at MGM Grand Garden Arena in Las Vegas, Nevada (May 20). Alison presented on stage with actor Darren Criss.
Hi Alison fans! I’ve updated the gallery with Alison’s recent appearances during May.
Public Appearances > 2018 > May 05: The United State of Women Summit 2018 – Day 1
Public Appearances > 2018 > May 06: Netflix FYSEE Kick-Off Event
Public Appearances > 2018 > May 08: Los Angeles Preview Screening of Netflix’s “IBIZA”
Public Appearances > 2018 > May 12: Netflix – Rebels and Rule Breakers FYC Event
Public Appearances > 2018 > May 19: Vulture Festival Presented by AT&T – Day 1
Photoshoots > 2018 > Session 002
Alison stars in Beck’s new music video, “Colors.” Check out the preview and the link to the full video below.
New video directed by Edgar Wright out now.
Watch the full video on Apple Music now: http://beck.to/Apple
Funko is set to release Pop! Vinyls of GLOW‘s Ruth and Debbie! The two GLOW collectible figures will be available in June.
FUNKO – Pop! Television: GLOW
Enter the world of glitter and spandex with the
Gorgeous Ladies of Wrestling also known as GLOW!
Collect arch rivals Ruth Wilder as Zoya the Destroya and
Debbie Eagan as Liberty Belle now as Pop!
Don’t forget to watch A Netflix Original Series GLOW – now streaming!
Coming in June!
Yesterday, Alison attended (and presented at) the 2018 Film Independent Spirit Awards in Santa Monica, California (March 3).
Public Appearances > 2018 > March 03: 2018 Film Independent Spirit Awards – Show
Alison attended the 2018 Writers Guild Awards L.A. ceremony held at The Beverly Hilton Hotel in Beverly Hills, California (February 11).
On Sunday, Alison attended the 24th Annual Screen Actors Guild Awards at The Shrine Auditorium in Los Angeles (January 21). Alison was joined by her husband Dave for the event.
Public Appearances > 2018 > January 21: 24th Annual Screen Actors Guild Awards – Inside
Public Appearances > 2018 > January 21: People and EIF’s Annual Screen Actors Guild Awards Gala
Alison attended the Los Angeles Confidential “Awards Issue” celebration hosted by Alison with the two other cover stars Milo Ventimiglia and Ana de Armas (January 13). The event was held at The Jeremy Hotel in West Hollywood, California, and Alison was joined by her GLOW co-star Betty Gilpin.
THE GUARDIAN – Her big break came as Trudy in Mad Men where she was ‘silent and professional’. Then it was ‘fart jokes’ in Community and wrestling in Glow. But none of that prepared Alison Brie for a call from Spielberg and a film role opposite Meryl Streep
‘Hello, it’s Ali!’ comes a text message from an unknown number. “I’m running late but I’ll see you soon!” Los Angeles born actor Alison Brie’s Twitter bio reads “Always late… but worth the wait.” It’s true – both when we meet and in terms of her acting career. Though 34-year-old Brie feels like she’s been playing catch-up her entire career, she’s now a Golden Globe- nominated actor – for her role as a female wrestler in Glow – has a starring role in James Franco’s The Disaster Artist and will soon appear in Spielberg’s new drama The Post.
As a kid she knew she was going to be an actor. Growing up in Pasadena, she wasn’t part of the central Hollywood set – “Although the girl who played the daughter in Beethoven did go to my high school.” She would act in local theatre shows, but decided against going to one of LA’s prestigious performing arts high schools, opting instead for a normal teenage experience with her friends.
“I told my mom recently,” she says, “that I thought it was cool she didn’t make me become a child actor. She said: ‘Well we tried…’ I had such integrity at a young age.”