Aubrey Plaza is known as an American actress, comedian, and producer. She is most famous for her role as April Ludgate on the NBC sitcom Parks and Recreation.
Aubrey Christina Plaza was born on June 26, 1984, in Wilmington, Delaware. She was named after the 1972 single "Aubrey" by the pop-musical crew Bread. Her father is from Puerto Rico and her mom is half-English and half-Irish. Her mom Bernadette is a legal advisor and her father David Plaza worked as an account specialist. She was raised with two younger sisters named Renee and Natalie in a highly committed Roman Catholic family.
In 2004, Aubrey Plaza started performing at the Upright Citizens Brigade Theater, an improvisational theater located in Manhattan. She has additionally performed at a few other comedy clubs over the US. In 2008, Plaza was featured in a high-profile prank labeled Mobile Desktop nearby the New York-based comedy bunch "Comedy Everywhere".
Plaza was featured in the web series The Jeannie Tate Show (2008). She proceeded to star in the 2009 parody film Funny People which featured Adam Sandler and Seth Rogen. She additionally featured in the satire films Mystery Team (2009) and Scott Pilgrim versus the World (2010).
From 2009 to 2015, Audrey Plaza depicted the character April Ludgate in the NBC parody series Parks and Recreation. She conveyed a splendid depiction of the character which is known to be her breakout role. In 2011, she guest-featured in the sketch satire series Portlandia. She similarly shown up on the reality series The Next Food Network Star (2011) and has been a favorite on podcasts like Marc Maron's WTF Podcast.
In June 2019, she was the star of the Child's Play horror remake.
In 2010, the wonderful actress was on the verge of getting married with popular actor Michael Cera who was her co-star in the motion picture Scott Pilgrim versus the World. Their relationship went on for 18 months however they didn't eventually make it right to the special night.
Now Aubrey Plaza is in a long term relationship with Hollywood screenwriter and movie director Jeff Baena. Their relationship goes back to 2011. Using the chemistry of their romantic relationship, the couple have worked together on a couple of projects. Jeff Baena was the writer and director of the 2014 comedy horror movie Life After Beth in which Aubrey Plaza featured in the number one spot role. The team additionally worked together on the medieval satire film The Little Hours in 2017.