Aubrey Plaza is best known for her role as April Ludgate in the NBC sitcom "Parks and Recreation," but she actually auditioned for the role of Ann Perkins before being cast as April.

Plaza's breakout role was in the indie comedy "Funny People" alongside Adam Sandler and Seth Rogen, where she played the role of Daisy Danby. 

Before pursuing acting, Plaza interned at NBC's "Saturday Night Live" and performed stand-up comedy in New York City. 

Plaza's first major television role was as a recurring character on the hit comedy series "30 Rock," where she played the role of NBC page, Daisy.

In the 2010 film "Scott Pilgrim vs. the World," Plaza played the role of Julie Powers, a character who was not in the original comic book series. 

Plaza has appeared in several music videos, including Father John Misty's "Hollywood Forever Cemetery Sings" and Grimes' "Genesis." 

In 2013, Plaza starred in the indie comedy "The To Do List," which she also produced. 

Plaza has voiced characters in several animated TV shows and movies, including "The Legend of Korra," "Monsters University," and "Criminal Minds." 

In 2017, Plaza starred in the indie drama "Ingrid Goes West," which premiered at the Sundance Film Festival and earned her critical acclaim. 

Plaza has a recurring role on the FX series "Legion," where she plays the character of Lenny Busker.

Plaza has also appeared in several horror movies, including "Life After Beth" and "Child's Play."

In addition to acting, Plaza has also directed several short films, including "The Jeannie Tate Show" and "Catherine."

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