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ALISON BRIE (Unikitty / Ultrakatty), a two-time Golden Globe and SAG Award-nominated actress, is one of the industry's most talented leading ladies.

Brie currently stars in Netflix's critically acclaimed show "GLOW," which is executive produced by Jenji Kohan and co-created by Liz Flahive and Carly Mensch. Brie received rave reviews for her performance and has been nominated for back-to-back Golden Globe and SAG Awards for Best Actress in a Comedy Series, along with a 2018 Critics Choice Award nomination for the same category. The show was also nominated for an Emmy Award for Outstanding Comedy Series, two SAG Award nominations for Outstanding Performance by an Ensemble in a Comedy Series, and a Critics Choice Award for Best Comedy Series.

On the big screen, she recently starred in Steven Spielberg's "The Post," playing Meryl Streep's character's daughter. The film was nominated for an Academy Award for Best Picture and also received a Golden Globe Award nomination for Best Motion Picture - Drama and a Critics Choice Award nomination for Best Picture and Best Acting Ensemble. She also starred in James Franco's "The Disaster Artist," which was nominated for a Golden Globe Award and Critics Choice Award for Best Comedy.

Brie is well known to TV audiences for her role as the adorable but tightly wound Annie Edison, on the hit comedy "Community," and as Trudy Campbell on AMC's Emmy Award-winning drama "Mad Men." She also appeared in the Amazon original miniseries "Julian Fellowes Presents: Doctor Thorne."

In 2015, Brie starred in the comedy "How to Be Single," opposite Dakota Johnson, Leslie Mann and Rebel Wilson. The hit film grossed over $110 million worldwide.

Brie has had five films premiere at the Sundance Film Festival: Jeff Baena's "The Little Hours," in 2106; Jeff Baena's "Joshy," and Leslye Headland's "Sleeping with Other People," opposite Jason Sudekis, in 2015; Jordan Vogt-Roberts' "The Kings of Summer," opposite Nick Offerman and Megan Mullaly, in 2013; and "Save the Date," opposite Lizzie Caplan, in 2012. Her other film credits include "Get Hard," with Will Ferrell and Kevin Hart; "The Five Year Engagement," with Emily Blunt and Jason Segel; "Scream 4," with Courteney Cox, David Arquette and Neve Campbell; and "Montana Amazon," with Olympia Dukakis and Haley Joel Osment. Her voiceover work includes playing Unikitty in "The LEGO Movie," which grossed over $400 million worldwide, and the character Diane in Netflix's first original adult animated series, "Bojack Horseman." For that performance, Brie received a 2017 Annie Award nomination for Outstanding Achievement in Voice Acting in an Animated TV/Broadcast Production.

She is a producer on the TV LAND series "Teachers," which follows six elementary school teachers who are dedicated to their students but don't have it together in their personal lives. Brie attended the California Institute of the Arts where she received a Bachelor of Fine Arts degree in acting and also studied at the Royal Scottish Academy of Music and Drama in Glasgow, Scotland. Upon graduation, she performed on stage in the Blank Theatre Company's Young Playwright's festival and in shows at the Odyssey, Write-Act and Rubicon Theatres, where she received an Indy Award for her haunting performance as Ophelia in the Rubicon's production of "Hamlet."


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