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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Elise on June 18,2019   /   0 Comments   /   1

Aubrey has been rather busy lately, as she attended the 2019 MTV Movie And TV Awards back on Saturday (June 15) held at Barker Hangar in Santa Monica, California. Once again, she looked absolutely beautiful wearing a sparkling, black tuxedo dress adorned with sequins. High-quality images have been added to our gallery.

Public Appearances > 2019 > June 15: 2019 MTV Movie And TV Awards [+181]
Elise on June 18,2019   /   0 Comments   /   1

Back on Thursday, Aubrey attended the LA Premiere Of FX’s “Legion” Season 3 at ArcLight Hollywood in California. She looked gorgeous in a beautiful floral Prada dress. High-quality images have been added to our gallery. Legion Season 3 starts airing on FX on June 24.

Public Appearances > 2019 > June 13: LA Premiere Of FX’s “Legion” Season 3 [+140]
Elise on June 04,2019   /   0 Comments   /   1

CosmoAubrey Plaza Is Cosmo’s July Cover Star, and She’s Gonna Eat You Alive: It’s not her boundary-pushing characters or her refusal to sell out—it’s the fact that she’s openly, obsessively, brazenly focused on making it to the top. And if you get in her way, she’ll swallow you whole.

Almost exactly 10 years ago, Aubrey Plaza was at one of her first real magazine photo shoots. Her memory is not great, she admits, so I help her cobble the scene together: It was a characteristically pleasant day in Santa Monica, at a hotel with a pool in the center of a small courtyard.

Oh my god, right,” she says. “YES.” It was a Young Hollywood–themed shoot, with about a dozen actors assembled for pictures and speedy interviews. At this point in time, 24-year-old Aubrey had already filmed one of her first movie roles, as the stand-up comedian Daisy in Funny People, and her first regular TV gig, as the perpetually unimpressed intern April Ludgate on Parks and Recreation, but neither had been released.

She was pure potential energy that day—nobody knew who she was yet. Except for me, kind of, because I was supposed to be the one interviewing her. “I remember being really scared,” she says. “And insecure. All the other actors had people with them and I didn’t have anyone. I was alone, wandering around, like, ‘Is this where I’m supposed to be?’


In the years since Parks’ series finale, Aubrey’s done films like the social media send-up Ingrid Goes West and the FX show Legion. She also starred in and coproduced the oddball indie The Little Hours, about rogue nuns, which her boyfriend, Jeff Baena, directed. More recently, she hosted the Independent Spirit Awards, which could have just been a standard gig but in her hands came alive. It unleashed a side of Aubrey that’s been building up for the past few years.

My brain just exploded,” she says. “I went psycho style.” “As in, swinging for the fences?” I ask. “Oh, yeah. Constantly in arguments with the producers, being like, ‘I need more money! You need to send a car for Sharon Stone! Don’t fuck me on this!’” She laughs. “I turned into a monster.” This is 2019 Aubrey: hyper-focused, intense, inspired. She grows more excited talking about it and draws closer. She slides a fry off my plate and takes a bite, then informs me that she’ll now be eating more of my fries. “Once I produced something and I realized how much of an impact I can have, I could never go back,” she says. “Now I’m, like, fucked, because I’ve always gravitated toward more of a leadership position in whatever I’m doing. For Child’s Play, I wasn’t a producer, but I was acting like it—watching the monitor when other people were doing their scenes when I should have been in my trailer relaxing or something.


I’m entering a space right now where it’s like I’m so used to relying on this patriarchal idea of waiting around for someone to say, ‘You’—some brilliant man. I still have that voice inside my head that wants that,” she says. “But it’s like, I’m 34. I can do it myself. All the people who are my heroes created their own things. I’m ready to do that. I’m sick of doing other people’s shit. I want to do my own shit.

(read the full interview here)

Press > 2019 > Cosmopolitan (July) [+01]
Photoshoots & Portraits > 2019 > Session 05 [+05]

Elise on February 28,2019   /   0 Comments   /   2

Back on Sunday evening (February 24), Aubrey attended the highly-anticipated 2019 Vanity Fair Oscar Party Hosted By Radhika Jones. She looked absolutely ravishing. Over 20 high-quality images have been added to our gallery.

Elise on February 24,2019   /   0 Comments   /   2

Yesterday (February 23), Aubrey hosted the highly-anticipated 34th Film Independent Spirit Awards in Santa Monica, California. High-quality images of Aubrey arriving to the awards, during the show and inside the press room have been added to our gallery. You can also check out bits of her performance as its host below.