When did Allison Williams give birth?

ALLISON Williams is known for her stellar performance on screen as an actress.

Despite her fame, she likes to keep some information about her personal life private.

When did Allison Williams give birth?

According to PEOPLE, multiple sources confirmed that Allison Williams and her boyfriend, Alexander Dreymon, welcomed a baby boy named Arlo.

However, PEOPLE did not confirm the exact date of birth of Allison's newborn.

Sources only stated that their child was born in the winter of 2021.

Discussing the baby, an insider told the outlet: "They are both private people individually, and they made the decision to keep this happy news to just a small circle of family and friends, but they're over the moon."


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Who is Allison Williams?

Allison Williams April 13, 1988, New Canaan, Connecticut.

Allison is an actress who is best known for her role in the HBO comedy-drama series Girls, which lasted from 2012 to 2017, where she starred as Marnie Michaels.

Her performance in this series earned her a nomination for the Critics Choice Award.

Her major movie breakthrough came when she starred as Rose Armitage in the 2017 horror film, Get Out.

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Subsequently, she starred in a series called A Series of Unfortunate Events, where she played the role of Kit Snicket. This series lasted from 2017 to 2019.

What is Allison Williams' net worth?

As of April 2022, Allison Williams has an estimated net worth of approximately $5million, according to Celebrity Net Worth.

Her source of wealth is said to be her career in acting.

She also earns income from brand endorsements and sponsorships.

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