Welcome to Allison Williams Web, your online resource dedicated to the talented actress Allison Williams. You may know Allison from her roles in "Girls", "Get Out" and more. It is our aim to bring you all the latest news, photos, information and much more on Allison's career. We hope you enjoy your stay!
I’ve had some time off this weekend and I decided to update the gallery with mostly magazine scans but also updated other albums with some photos I’ve been keeping. I’m still missing some scans, but I am working to get them. However, if you’d like to contribute with any content please send them to our email firstname.lastname@example.org and we will give you credit.
Allison Williams and the rest of the cast of ‘Girls’ grace the February cover of Glamour. The photoshoot was photographed by Emma Summerton.
Jenni Konner did an amazing interview that you can read here.
One of the amazing things about women is how quickly we adapt to change. No matter how weird or new things are to us at first—ankle-revealing dresses? the right to vote? Lady Gaga?—we eventually just absorb them, like drops in a stream, until memory fades and they join up with the continually flowing river that is progress. Which is why it’s kind of hard to remember that five years ago, when Girlspremiered on HBO, the world was a different place. Sure, single-gal shows like The Mary Tyler Moore Show and Murphy Brown had laid the groundwork for then 25-year-old Lena Dunham’s creation. But Dunham made clear in the first episode that neither her character, Hannah, nor Jessa (Jemima Kirke), nor Marnie (Allison Williams), nor Shoshanna (Zosia Mamet) would be a Sex and the City fantasy: When chirpy Shoshanna tells Jessa, “You’re definitely like a Carrie, but with like some Samantha aspects, and Charlotte hair,” Jessa shoots her a look that just says: No. This show would be different.