The American actress, as well as a comedian, Aubrey Plaza, has collected a net worth of $6 million as of 2020 from her ongoing successful career.
She started her career from the Upright Citizens Brigade Theater performing improv and sketch comedy; however, she rose to fame after she appeared in the NBC sitcom, Parks and Recreation in 2009 as April Ludgate. She shared the screen with Amy Poehler, Nick Offerman, Chris Pratt, Adam Scott, Rashida Jones, and Aziz Ansari on the show.
Following her role in Parks and Recreation, she got the chance to appear as Daisy Danby in Funny People. In 2010, she got another breakthrough role in Scott Pilgrim vs. the World as Julie Powers.
Similarly, she is also recognized for her lead role in the movie Safety Not Guaranteed. Besides, she has also made an appearance in movies like The to Do List, Life After Beth, About Alex, Ned Rifle, Addicted to Fresno, and others.
Her role as Lenore and Ingrid Thorburn in Dirty Grandpa and Ingrid Goes West might also be her biggest movie roles.
We have listed out some of her movies that have been able to gather a huge amount at the box office.
Box Office Collection
|Movie||Box Office earning|
|Child's Play||$44.9 million|
|Mike and Dave Need Wedding Dates||$77 million|
|Dirty Grandpa||$105.2 million|
For Aubrey's TV series, she appeared for six episodes in Welcome to Sweden. Similarly, Criminal Minds fans also saw her acting skills for three episodes from 2016 to 2017. But, her true skills were seen in Legion, where she portrayed Lenny Busker for as long as 27 episodes.
Apart from acting, Aubrey also has given her voice is some of the movies such as Monsters University, Grumpy Cat's Worst Christmas Ever, and The Ark and the Aardvark.
Let's not forget about her music video appearances. She has appeared in three songs to date, Hollywood Cemetery Forever, Rouse Yourself, and Bona Fide.
Acting and Voice acting aren't the only thing she has done. She has also produced, directed, and written episodes. For her producing credits, she has produced six shows, most of which are movies and one, even an awards show.
Likewise, for her direction skills, she chose an episode in UCB Comedy Originals in 2007 and a movie one year earlier. As for her writer credits, she wrote two episodes for UCB Comedy Originals.
Aubrey is all set to appear in the movie named Black Bear in 2020 as Allison alongside Scott Pryor, Lorynn York, Eric Roberts. She is also supposed to appear in the Best Sellers.
To give you the idea, Aubrey has as many as five awards wins and 20 nominations.
She was nominated for six awards in 2012 for her appearances in Safety Not Guaranteed and Parks and Recreation. Out of 6, she won three awards.
In 2014, the lady secured another award, the BTVA People's Choice Voice Acting Award for her voice in The Legend of Korra.
Similarly, in 2018, Aubrey bagged the Best First Feature award from the Film Independent Spirit Awards for her appearance as Ingrid in Ingrid Goes West.
Currently, the actress resides in Los Angeles, California, the US, where the average price of a house is $849,000.
Previously, she used to live in Hollywood, California.
The 35 years old, Aubrey Plaza, is openly bisexual. While talking with TIME, she shared that,
Girls are into me — that’s no secret. Hey, I’m into them too. I fall in love with girls and guys. I can’t help it.
Talking about her current relationship, she is in a long-time relationship with Jeff Baena, a writer as well as a director.
The couple has been living together in LA, California, since 2011.
During her mid-teens, she dated an actor, John Gallagher Jr.
Later on, she started her relationship with Michael Cera with whom she dated for around a year and a half. They first met while on the set of Scott Pilgrim Vs. The World.
Aubrey Plaza was born Aubrey Christina Plaza on June 26, 1984, in Wilmington, Delaware, and grew up with two younger sisters named Renee and Natalie. She is the daughter of a financial advisor, David Plaza, and an attorney, Bernadette.
She is of American nationality while her ethnicity is mixed as her mother is of Irish–English descent, and her father is Puerto Rican.
Regarding education, she completed the school level from an all-girls Catholic school named Ursuline Academy in 2002. During high school, she was a student council president.
Later she completed her graduation from New York University’s Tisch School of the Arts in 2006.
While she was in the second year of her college, she faced temporary paralysis and expressive aphasia. Later on, while she was on the set of Parks and Recreation, she faced a transient ischemic attack. As of now, she has fully recovered.