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Allison Williams is an American actress that plays Kit Snicket on Netflix's A Series of Unfortunate Events.

She portrays Kit Snicket, Jacques Snicket's and Lemony Snicket's sister.

Biography

Allison Howell Williams, born April 13, 1988, is an American actress, comedian, and singer. She is best known for her role as "Marnie Michaels" on the HBO comedy-drama series, Girls (2012). Williams was born and raised in New Canaan, Connecticut, and is the daughter of former NBC Nightly News anchor and managing editor, Brian Williams, and Jane Gillan Stoddard, a TV producer. She graduated from Yale University in 2010.[1]

A Series of Unfortunate Events

Williams stated that she felt strange entering the show in the final season as Kit Snicket, having a lot of "first day of school" anxiety about it. She said that the moment that struck her as most indicative of the character was in "The Slippery Slope: Part One", where she jumps off the cliff; "Kit is clearly working toward a goal large than herself and her own life. Complicated by the fact that it's not just her life that she is in charge of at the moment."

One of the hardest things to shoot for her was on her first day on set, where she had to drive a vintage taxi. She found solidarity with the fact Nathan Fillion, Patrick Warburton and Sara Rue also struggled with it.[2]

Filmography

Film

Year Title Role Notes
2014 College Musical Biana
2014 Peter Pan Live! Peter Pan
2016 Past Forward Woman #1 Short
2017 Get Out Rose Armitage
2018 The Perfection Charlotte
2020 Horizon Line

Television

Year Title Role Notes
2004 American Dreams Deborah
2011 Will & Kate: Before Happily Ever After Kate Middleton
2011 The League Danielle One Episode
2011-2012 Jake and Amir Cheryl
2013 The Mindy Project Jillian
2015 The Simpsons Candace's Friend One Episode
2012-2017 Girls Marnie Michaels
2018 Patrick Melrose Marianne Banks One Episode
2018-2019 A Series of Unfortunate Events Kit Snicket

Gallery

Behind the Scenes

Sources

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