Allison Williams stands at a height of 5 feet 5 ½ inches (166.4 cm). This puts her slightly above the average height for American women.
She once humorously emphasized the significance of that extra half-inch by saying, “I’m Five-Five and a half, I think. That half is very important to me.”
Alexander Dreymon has a height of 5ft 9 inches (175.3 cm), whereas Allison Williams is slightly shorter at 5ft 5 ½ inches (166.4 cm) (Credit: Jennifer Graylock / INSTARimages)
Allison Williams wears a size 7 in US shoe measurements, roughly corresponding to a UK size 5, European sizes 37-38, Japanese sizes 24-24.5, and an Australian size 6.
Alexander Dreymon is taller than Allison Williams. He is 5 feet 9 inches (175.3 cm), whereas Allison Williams is 5 feet 5 ½ inches (166.4 cm) tall.
The height difference between Alexander Dreymon and Allison Williams is approximately 3.5 inches (or about 9 centimeters).
Allison Williams, in a mesmerizing gold gown by Galvan London gracefully complemented with exquisite Cartier Jewelry, with her fiancé Alexander Dreymon at the Vanity Fair Oscar Party Hosted By Radhika Jones at Wallis Annenberg Center for the Performing Arts on March 12, 2023, in Beverly Hills, California (Credit: PA Images / INSTARimages)
The American actress, comedian, and singer was born on April 13, 1988, in New Canaan, Connecticut, United States.
She is the daughter of Brian Williams, a former NBC Nightly News anchor, and Jane Gillan Stoddard, a TV producer.
Allison has a younger brother and attended New Canaan Country School and Greenwich Academy before studying English at Yale University.
Allison Williams in a vibrant Versace Spring 2023 maxi dress paired with a scarf and cargo pants at the Versace FW23 Show at Pacific Design Center on March 9, 2023, in West Hollywood, California (Credit: Kathy Hutchins / Shutterstock)
While in New Canaan, she worked at a Ralph Lauren outlet store and was involved in the improv comedy troupe Just Add Water.
Additionally, she acted in the YouTube series College Musical alongside Sam Tsui and under the direction of Kurt Hugo Schneider, who were fellow Yale students. Williams completed her studies at Yale, graduating with an English degree in 2010.
Allison Williams is best known for starring as Marnie Michaels in the HBO comedy-drama series Girls (Credit: FayesVision / WENN)
Allison Williams, an American actress and producer, gained recognition for her portrayal of Marnie Michaels in the HBO series “Girls” and earned acclaim as a scream queen for her work in horror films.
Her breakthrough came with her role in “Get Out,” garnering nominations for various awards. She continued her career by starring in films like “The Perfection” and executive producing “M3GAN.”
Allison Williams’ feet are shoe size 7 (US) (Credit: Alberto Reyes / WENN)
Allison Williams: What You Know and What You Don’t
|What is Allison Williams' net worth?||Allison Williams is a successful actress who has a net worth of $5 million as of 2023.|
|Full Name:||Allison Howell Williams|
|Born:||Allison Howell Williams, born on April 13, 1988, in New Canaan, Connecticut, and turned 35 in 2023.|
|Who is Allison Williams' husband?||She married CollegeHumor co-founder Ricky Van Veen on September 19, 2015. They announced their separation on June 27, 2019, after nearly four years of marriage.
Williams has since moved on with actor Alexander Dreymon. The couple announced their engagement in December 2022 and welcomed their first child together in late 2021.
|Who did Allison Williams have a child with?||Allison Williams became a mother in late 2021 after secretly welcoming her first child with actor Alexander Dreymon.|
|Weight:||There are rumors that Allison Williams weighs around 115-120 pounds (52-54 kg). However, it is important to note that these are just rumors, and her actual weight is not publicly known.|
|Feet/Shoe Size:||Allison Williams wears a US shoe size 7, which is approximately equivalent to a UK size 5, European sizes 37-38, Japanese sizes 24-24.5, and an Australian size 6.|
|Is Alexander Dreymon taller than Allison Williams?||Yes, he is. Alexander Dreymon surpasses Allison Williams in height, measuring 5ft 9 inches (175.3 cm), whereas Allison Williams stands slightly shorter at 5ft 5 ½ inches (166.4 cm), resulting in an approximate height difference of 3.5 inches (8.9 cm) between the two actors.|
|Nationality:||Allison Williams is a citizen of the United States.|
|Source of Wealth:||Allison Williams' primary source of wealth is her acting career. She has earned a salary for each of her roles in films and television shows. She has also earned money from endorsement deals and other business ventures.|
|Ethnicity/Race:||Allison Howell Williams has a diverse ethnic background with Irish, Swedish, German, English, Scottish, and distant French roots.|
Allison Williams displays her feet and legs in Christian Louboutin pumps (Credit: Kathy Hutchins / Shutterstock)
Allison Williams: A Multifaceted Star, Unveiled
“My mom has beautiful eyes, and I inherited a lot of her rituals accentuating eyes.” – Allison Williams
“I told my parents I wanted to be an actress years before I wrapped my head around what my dad did for a living. It’s not easy to explain the job of the television journalist, especially when a lot of my friends’ dads had jobs that were a lot easier to explain, like a lawyer, a banker, or a doctor.” – Allison Williams
“I started out really into musical theater. So you can imagine I was super popular. I wasn’t awkward-looking at all.” – Allison Williams
“In real life, we do things out of character, constantly. A couple of days ago, my shoes were hurting, so I walked barefoot through New York. Someone who has known me my whole life would think that was so out of character. But I did it because of the circumstances.” – Allison Williams
“We live in the Facebook era. I think everyone, not just celebrities, has an unprecedented level of self-awareness, of presenting yourself to the world. The truth is, it starts with how you look, and that goes into how you dress.” – Allison Williams
“I’m so happy that I finished college. Going into this crazy vortex of scrutiny is tough. If I was younger than I was now and I was going to fashion shows, I might have this distorted sense of self. I might rely on those cameras. Because when I was 18, I was half-baked.” – Allison Williams
“I’ve been dumped hard. My heart has been broken and shattered, and I’ve also been on the other end of that too.” – Allison Williams
“It’s very weird waking around a corner and being nose to nose with myself on the side of a bus. And Times Square – that’s the craziest one.” – Allison Williams
“I’ve wanted to act since I was little, but my parents told me I couldn’t pursue it until after college. The understanding was that I was lucky enough to be able to go to college and that it’s important to being successful in life.” – Allison Williams
“The idea of a young girl who knows exactly what she wants with her life is the most threatening and unappealing thing you can imagine.” – Allison Williams
“A lot of guys I know loved ‘Sex and the City.’ They’ll take it to their grave, but they watched every episode of it.” – Allison Williams
“I’ve put on makeup just for fun since I was a really little girl. Now I keep a lookbook for inspiration – with hair, makeup, beauty tips, and products to try.” – Allison Williams
“I am not someone who thinks that a million products will mean that you’ll look perfect.” – Allison Williams
“I love Emma Watson’s makeup a lot. I love Cate Blanchett. I’m biased, though. I love my makeup artist, Julie Harris; she is really phenomenal, but everyone has their technique, and there are incredible-looking girls out there.” – Allison Williams
“I’m an obsessive musical theatre person, so some of the most formative albums for me were, you know, the ‘Phantom Of The Opera’ soundtrack or ‘Into The Woods.'” – Allison Williams
“Everyone wants to feel like they were the one and only person that the other person could ever fall in love with.” – Allison Williams
“I want to play a villain. I want to play a romantic heroine.” – Allison Williams
“One of my favorite things to do is to play music really loud and dance my butt off in the morning. I’ll do it alone in my apartment. You can’t have a bad day after that.” – Allison Williams
“I would prefer to keep my clothes on. Unless there’s a brisk breeze or something, I tend to keep them on.” – Allison Williams
“My whole background is character acting: weird costumes, fat suits, playing men, playing animals – I’ve never played anyone with whom there’s any overlapping Venn diagram.” – Allison Williams
“I don’t understand how some of these young actresses are wearing such provocative, editorial items when they haven’t even established a career yet. It’s hard to see past that. I’m not so sure that’s smart in the long run.” – Allison Williams
“I just have always been so interested in the way actors and actresses present themselves to the world because I think it is very important and it affects the way people see you as an actor.” – Allison Williams
“I’ve done so many funny jobs. I worked at a farmer’s market through high school. I worked in the stockroom of Ralph Lauren. I graduated to a salesperson at Ralph Lauren, which was a big deal to me. I’ve been a P.A. I’ve been a stand-in. I’ve been an assistant’s assistant.” – Allison Williams
“When I graduated from college in early 2010, I decided that I needed to create a calling card, some kind of business card that people can link to my name and face. So I did this ‘Mad Men Theme Song… With a Twist’ music video. I released it just as I moved to L.A.” – Allison Williams
“I auditioned for ‘Girls’ the fall after I graduated from Yale. The show has been amazing – as close to perfect as it gets!” – Allison Williams
“I operate with this sense of needing to live up to what I am asking of people. I am, by far, my own worst critic.” – Allison Williams
“I was only allowed to watch public television until I was 12 years old.” – Allison Williams
“I invested in a blow-dryer. I do a very simple blowout that I’ve gotten quite good at. I’m ambidextrous. I often wonder why people’s hair looks lopsided. It’s because it’s hard to reach both sides of your hair.” – Allison Williams
“I try to always have a haircut that I don’t have to style every day, so I’ll usually just let my hair air dry.” – Allison Williams
“The Emmys are great, but the Golden Globes, you have the stars of television and the stars of movies in one place.” – Allison Williams
“I love dancing. It’s one of my favorite things in the whole world.” – Allison Williams
“‘Girls’ was my first audition. I’d just taken an audition class, and I was excited to implement those tools.” – Allison Williams
“For cardio, I do SoulCycle. I really don’t like to run, plus I have terrible knees and get bored on the elliptical. SoulCycle is basically a dance party on a bicycle, and you burn calories, and it’s so fun.” – Allison Williams
“I’m not a dieter. I have the palate of a 7-year-old boy, although I’m working on it. I order off the kids’ menu! I’m working hard to eat more fruit and veggies and round it all out, but I’m a big pretzels and Diet Coke kind of girl.” – Allison Williams
“The blessing of having your first project be something as fantastic as ‘Girls’ is that it gave me room to be selective because I didn’t feel pressure to do other things. The curse is that my standards were really high.” – Allison Williams
“Worst advice? I either don’t remember it or I’ve been very lucky in terms of getting good advice.” – Allison Williams
“It took years and a lot of diligence on my part. But I’ve formed my own thing, and now I get people who are surprised to find out he’s my dad. I dreamed that would happen, and it has: I’m no longer introduced to people as Brian Williams’ daughter.” – Allison Williams
“I put so much pressure on myself to be perfect. Between homework and sports and drama and being social, I slept about four hours a night through high school and college.” – Allison Williams
“Actors are like Swiss Army knives – we’re ready to use any lever at any moment. But I learned long ago that, unfortunately, this industry only sees the one thing sticking out that they know us from, and that’s the only thing they can imagine.” – Allison Williams
“I was only allowed to watch public television until I was 12 years old. I would come home from friends’ houses with a list of demands. ‘OK, we have all the wrong cereals. You guys are asleep on the job.'” – Allison Williams
“Sometimes fake laughing is hard once you’ve done a scene 18 times. I don’t want to brag, but I have a reputation for being very, very good at that. It’s funny finding what’s challenging about acting as you go.” – Allison Williams
“It’s safe to say I’m a comedy nerd. I listen to so many podcasts. I just love to laugh.” – Allison Williams
“I’m drawn to what I’m drawn to. I wear jeans and loafers every day, mostly casual, but when I really turn it on, I like a classic, simple look.” – Allison Williams
“My dad keeps joking about sneaking into my grandparents’ house and switching out their HBO for PBS so they think I’m on ‘Downton Abbey.'” – Allison Williams
“I think I’ve always had that bird’s-eye view of myself. I think it’s an actor trait… Sometimes it’s best just to get lost out there, but other times you have to be aware of where the light’s hitting you.” – Allison Williams
“I will have my publicist pull pictures of the way I look at events so I can see, ‘Oh, that cut is not as flattering as I thought,’ or ‘I should smile bigger,’ or ‘That positioning is odd.’ I learn from it.” – Allison Williams
“I’m a major breath person, so I always have gum, mints.” – Allison Williams
“I definitely hand myself over to the hair and makeup gods of ‘Girls.’ Our look on the show is very specific, and it’s different from mine in real life, although I’ve definitely learned things from working with both the hair and makeup people for the show.” – Allison Williams
“I can rap. Not openly in the world, but it’s important that people know! I can rap for a very specific reason, which is that in college I was in an improv comedy group, and we did musical improv.” – Allison Williams
“It’s a normal thing for people to do, going on Facebook and seeing pictures of their exes with their new significant others.” – Allison Williams
“I’m a big Aqua fan. ‘Barbie Girl’ was a big deal growing up.” – Allison Williams
“I’m a master assembler of Ikea furniture, in case anyone wants to know.” – Allison Williams
“In order to have skin that glows and looks healthy and actually is healthy, you need to look at the whole picture and have a holistic approach to it. A lot of it is exercising regularly, drinking enough water, getting enough sleep, and keeping stress down.” – Allison Williams
“I am private because I’m still figuring things out. I’m young! I’m making it up as I go!” – Allison Williams
“I feel that too much singing annoys people.” – Allison Williams
“The idea of doing something that I’ve never done before, that presents a new challenge, that forces me to stretch in some way – that’s kind of a perfect project for me, and especially something that has greater social, conversational ramifications. I mean, what more could you want?” – Allison Williams
“I always ask, ‘Is this movie essential? Does this movie need to exist? Does it need to exist right now?’ And the answer to that is almost always no.” – Allison Williams
“Look at Jennifer Aniston: She’s America’s sweetheart for a reason. You know what she’s going to look like when she shows up to something, and there’s something so comfortable about that.” – Allison Williams
“You don’t want to keep giving yourself a sugar spike and then crash and get exhausted and need coffee because you shoot for a long time. On set, I eat a lot of peanut butter and apples, things that have actual energy and protein in them to keep me going.” – Allison Williams
“I’m very protective; it’s in my wiring.” – Allison Williams
Allison Williams Makes a Fashion Statement at Girls Season 3 Premiere
Allison Williams slicks her hair back at the “Girls” Season 3 premiere held on January 6, 2014, at Jazz at Lincoln Center in New York City (Credit: Dennis Van Tine / Future Image / WENN / C. Smith)
The then-26-year-old American actress, comedian, and musician donned a cute blue silk-leather-and-satin cocktail dress by Dior.
Jemima Kirke, Lena Dunham, Allison Williams, and Zosia Mamet pose for photos at the “Girls” Season 3 premiere (Credit: Dennis Van Tine / Future Image / WENN / C. Smith)
Her knee-length dress featured a sequined flower-embellished bodice, a pleated skirt, and a high-low hemline.
“Girls” stars Zosia Mamet, Lena Dunham, Jemima Kirke, and Allison Williams pose for photos on the red carpet (Credit: Dennis Van Tine / Future Image / WENN / C. Smith)
The Yale-educated actress accessorized with diamond jewelry pieces by Dior.
Allison Williams wears an embellished Dior cocktail dress on the red carpet (Credit: Dennis Van Tine / Future Image / WENN / C. Smith)
Allison Williams is one of two notable individuals sharing the name, the other being ESPN sportscaster Allison Williams.
On this occasion, she styled her hair in an elegant updo and complemented her look with precisely defined eyebrows, bold eye makeup, and a touch of pink lip gloss.
Allison Williams shows off her legs in an embellished satin Dior cocktail dress (Credit: Dennis Van Tine / Future Image / WENN / C. Smith)
She capped off her outfit with a gorgeous pair of asymmetric-cut pointy-toe pumps by Christian Dior.
Allison Williams’s feet in satin Christian Dior pumps (Credit: Dennis Van Tine / Future Image / WENN / C. Smith)
These pale pink shoes feature unique perspex heels.
Allison Williams’s feet in pointy-toe Dior pumps (Credit: Dennis Van Tine / Future Image / WENN / C. Smith)
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