Creator: Alyson Hannigan
Allison Lee Hannigan (born March 24, 1974) is an American actress, best known as Willow Rosenberg on Buffy the Vampire Slayer and Lily Aldrin on How I Met Your Mother.She had small roles in films like My Stepmother is an Alien (as the daughter) and Dead Man on Campus before her breakout film role as Michelle Flaherty in American Pie, where she shocked everyone with the now-infamous "band camp" line. The world was never the same after that moment. It's always the quiet ones.In 2008, The Onion broke the story, "FCC Okays Nudity On TV If Itís Alyson Hannigan". Well, we can hope.Married to her former Buffy co-star Alexis Denisof, and a mother, as well as starring on the hit sitcom How I Met Your Mother as Lily. Her daughters seem to have taken up their mother's banner of truly ridiculous levels of cute.
This actress contains examples of:
- Adorkable: Lots of her roles happen to be quirky but adorable girls and women.Willow: You're supposed to stop me when I do that.Oz: I like it when you do that.
- Cat Smile: You know that unique way her mouth is shaped when she smiles?
- Covert Pervert: Her most common role.
- Older Than They Look: Barely aged between now and the first episode◊ of Buffy.
- Puppy-Dog Eyes:
Thugboy: This Alyson Hannigan is a menace.
- She can pull off vulnerable look very well.Joss Whedon: There is nothing more painful in the world than Aly when she makes her big eyes. She makes her big, hurt eyes, there's nothing you can do. She just kills you.
- Lampshaded in a Empowered strip. She makes the demonwolf, violator of the worlds, cry.
- She can pull off vulnerable look very well.
- Romance on the Set: She and Alexis, though not in the traditional way. When they co-starred in Season 3 of Buffy, Alyson was dating Marilyn Manson drummer Ginger Fish. By the time she had a one-shot appearance in the fourth season of Angel, she and Alexis were engaged.
- Throw It In:
- Band camp.
- The scene during the credits of the Buffy episode "The Puppet Show", where the characters are performing a disastrous rendition of Oedipus Rex. Willow suddenly running off stage at the end was improvised.