Welcome to Aubrey Plaza Online, your only source for everything on the American actress Aubrey Plaza. You may recognize Aubrey from her roles in 'Parks and Recreation', 'Safety Not Guaranteed', 'The To Do List' and 'Legion'. Her upcoming projects include 'The Little Hours', 'Ingrid Goes West' and 'An Evening With Beverly Luff Linn'.

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admin on September 17,2017   /   0 Comments

Yesterday evening (September 16), Aubrey and her “Legion” co-stars (Dan Stevens, Rachel Keller) attended the FX Networks Celebrates Their Emmy Nominees (In Partnership With Vanity Fair) Party. Few images have been added to our photo gallery.

admin on September 14,2017   /   0 Comments

THR – Aubrey Plaza, Jenny Slate, Craig Robinson, Rob Riggle and Stephen Merchant have joined the cast of Unified Pictures’ animated feature film “The Art and the Aardvark“.

“Kung Fu Panda” helmer John Stevenson is directing the reimagining of the Noah’s Ark story, starring Miles Teller as the titular aardvark, Gilbert, who leads a group of misfit animals though natural disasters and personal anxieties. Plaza joins the voice cast as the ever-smart Brain the Spider, Slate as Mitzi the narcoleptic Ostrich, Robinson as the mansplaining Bullfrog, Riggle as The Todd the elephant, and Merchant as the wise old Croc.

Currently in production, the animated film is being produced by Unified’s Keith Kjarval and Kurt Rauer, and executive produced by Cecil Kramer. Unified’s Ben Ruffman and Steve Goldstein, The Fyzz’s Wayne Godfrey and Robert Jones, and Watson Enterprises’ Kitt Watson are also serving as executive producers. WME Global is representing the film’s distribution rights.

admin on August 15,2017   /   0 Comments

Back on Sunday (August 13), Aubrey attended Jennifer Klein’s 19th Annual Day of Indulgence in the producer’s home in Los Angeles. She was joined with former co-stars Kathryn Hahn (Park & Recreation) and Zoey Deutch (Dirty Grandpa). High-quality images of Aubrey during, and as well as leaving the party have been added to our gallery.

admin on August 11,2017   /   0 Comments

Aubrey attended the “Ingrid Goes West” Press Conference & Photocall yesterday (August 10) in Hollywood, CA. I have just updated our gallery with over 30 high-quality images. Enjoy!


admin on August 11,2017   /   0 Comments

LA WeeklyIt’s Aubrey Plaza’s 33rd birthday, and she’s curled up on a couch in a deafeningly quiet, concrete-walled room at the Line hotel in Koreatown. She hugs her knees to her chest. Her T-shirt features a hyper-realistic image of Nicolas Cage’s face, and I can just see his toothy, maniacal smile peeking out from between her legs — it’s unnerving. Her hands fidget, knotting and unknotting a black string attached to a Santa Muerte charm. The actor hit stardom with her sardonic slacker character April on the NBC show Parks and Recreation and, like many TV stars on long-running shows, she has found it difficult to escape her monster creation. With a recent succession of mold-smashing projects — Legion, The Little Hours and Ingrid Goes West — she’s about to leave April behind. But who will she become? “If Andy Kaufman is alive, he should come and find me,” Plaza tells me. Kaufman is one of Plaza’s greatest influences. The comic actor died from cancer in 1984 but he melted so deeply into his myriad personas that there are people who still believe he is alive and simply playing a long con on his suffering audiences. If you’ve only ever seen Plaza on the uplifting comedy Parks & Rec, the Kaufman reference may not immediately resonate for you. But to friends and colleagues, she is a Loki trickster who revels in absurdity.

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“I’m such a people pleaser that my natural reaction in interviews and things is to give people what they want. It’s like I’m a robot,” Plaza says. “‘Oh, these people want me to say something weird or mean or sarcastic, so I just do that. That’ll make them happy.’ I’m just now getting better at feeling more comfortable in my own skin, but it can be hard when people are projecting ideas onto you at full speed, constantly.”

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“Nick Offerman knew every single person on set’s name, [he] was the most generous man to be working with, and if I would have a bad day and be annoyed or acting like a brat or whatever, he would be the first one to say, ‘Just remember we’re on network television, and our lives are spectacular,'” Plaza says, offering an ace Offerman impression. “And I’d be like, ‘Of course! Thank you. Fucking of course our lives are spectacular!'”

(read the rest of the interview at the source)

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