27 Facts About Alison Pill


Alison Pill was born on November 27,1985 and is a Canadian actress.


Alison Pill transitioned to adult roles and her breakthrough came with the television series The Book of Daniel.


Alison Pill attended Vaughan Road Academy, in its Interact program, designed for studying dance, music, athletics, and theatre.


Alison Pill decided to become an actor when she was 10 years old.


Alison Pill's mother tried to discourage Pill by getting her a job as a background performer on the series Kung Fu: The Legend Continues.


Alison Pill played roles in four more TV movies before the age of fourteen.


Alison Pill landed the role of young Lorna in the ABC-TV biopic Life with Judy Garland: Me and My Shadows in 2001, based on the memoir by Garland's daughter, Lorna Luft.


That year, Alison Pill played Sissy Spacek's daughter in the TV flick Midwives.


Alison Pill won the lead in the CTV-TV movie Fast Food High, about a teenager who gets a job at a fast food restaurant and tries to set up a union.


Alison Pill landed a supporting role in Confessions of a Teenage Drama Queen in 2003, starring Lindsay Lohan.


Alison Pill ventured off into stage acting, with the New York City staging of None of the Above as the first item in her theatre credentials.


Since graduating from high school, Alison Pill moved to New York to pursue a career in theatre, but continued to work in movies such as Dan in Real Life in 2007.


Alison Pill had a major supporting role as campaign manager Anne Kronenberg in the 2008 film Milk.


Alison Pill later played Kim Pine in the movie Scott Pilgrim vs the World, as well as in Scott Pilgrim vs the Animation.


Alison Pill portrayed Empress Maud in the miniseries The Pillars of the Earth.


Alison Pill has worked with Woody Allen twice, as Zelda Fitzgerald in Midnight in Paris and as Hayley in To Rome with Love.


Alison Pill has starred in short films including Denise in 2012 with Chris Messina and Santa Baby; she sang and danced in Santa Baby.


Alison Pill starred in Bong Joon-ho's post-apocalyptic film Snowpiercer, alongside Chris Evans and Tilda Swinton, which was released in 2013.


In Zoom, Alison Pill played Emma, an aspiring comic book artist.


Alison Pill starred in Goon: Last of the Enforcers as Eva Glatt, Glatt's love interest in first movie Goon, now married to Glatt.


Alison Pill was part of the cast of The Family as Willa Warren.


In 2016, Alison Pill co-starred with Jessica Chastain in the EuropaCorp thriller Miss Sloane.


Alison Pill won Best Actress in a Canadian Film by Vancouver Film Critics Circle for her role in the movie.


Alison Pill was part of the TV series Them, playing Betty Wendell.


Since 2020, Alison Pill has played Dr Agnes Jurati in CBS All Access's Star Trek series, Star Trek: Picard, centered on an older Jean-Luc Picard, the Starfleet captain from Star Trek: The Next Generation.


Alison Pill was engaged to actor Jay Baruchel from 2011 to 2013.


Alison Pill married actor Joshua Leonard May 24,2015, having become engaged that January.