ALISON BRIE (Lainey Dalton) will next be seen in Leslye
Headland's "Sleeping with Other People" starring opposite Jason Sudeikis. The
film premiered at this year's Sundance Film Festival and will be released by IFC
on September 11th. She recently completed production on the New Line comedy "How
to be Single" starring opposite Dakota Johnson and Rebel Wilson and starred as
the female lead in Warner Bros. "Get Hard" opposite Will Ferrell and Kevin Hart.
In the film, she played Will Ferrell's fiancĂ©e and the film grossed over $100
She was last heard as the voice of Uni-Kitty in "The Lego Movie" which
grossed over $400 million worldwide. Brie also had back to back films premiere
at the Sundance Film Festival with "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: "Five Year Engagement" opposite Emily Blunt
and Jason Segel, "Scream 4" opposite Courteney Cox, David Arquette and Neve
Campbell and "Montana Amazon" opposite Olympia Dukakis and Haley Joel Osment.
She 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."
Brie can also be heard in Netflix's first original adult animated series, "BoJack
Horseman" which premiered last summer and has been renewed for a second season.
She is also producing a show for TV LAND based on the web 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."