Allison Williams breezes into Café Grumpy on West 20th Street in New York, the Chelsea incarnation of the coffee shop where her character, Marnie Michaels, and creator Lena Dunham’s Hannah occasionally work on Girls. It’s a chilly March afternoon, just prior to the third season finale of Girls, and despite the fact that the place is full of twentysomethings that look like the neurotically flailing Marnie, no one seems to recognize the 25-year-old actress, who is currently clad in workout gear. Which is just fine, as fans of Dunham’s critically acclaimed comedy tend to hate on Williams’ character.
“I got Marnie on BuzzFeed’s Which Girls Character Are You? quiz, and so did Lena [Dunham],” Williams says, almost conspiratorially, as she sips a cappuccino. “I love that Lena got it the most because I’ve always suspected she was more like Marnie than she wanted to admit, and this kind of sealed it.”
I’ve added to Allison Williams Online with caps from the last two episodes.
New event photos up in the Allison Williams Online Gallery from the 2014 Vanity Fair Oscar Party.
I’ve updated the Allison Williams Online Gallery with last week’s episode of Girls.
Mark it down! Allison is scheduled to be a guest on Late Night with Seth Meyers Tuesday night!
Allison Williams may play a struggling single on TV, but in real life she couldn’t be more in love: She’s engaged!
The 25-year-old Girls star is set to wed her boyfriend of three years, Ricky Van Veen, her rep confirms to PEOPLE exclusively.
The daughter of NBC news anchor Brian Williams met the College Humor co-founder through mutual friends and told Glamour earlier this month that she would “walk away from” her career in order to have kids.
I’ve made a big update to the Allison Williams Online Gallery with screencaps from the last couple of episodes of Girls.