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Williams and Philipps have known each other for many years now, ever since they co-starred on back in the '90s.
In the years since, they've attended several awards shows together, appeared on each other's social media accounts, and have even co-starred once more, on a 2013 episode of Philipps' show It's so sweet that the two ladies have stayed close after all these years, and that they still support each other when it comes to awards season and everything else.
While the average person doesn't get the chance to attend the premiere of Broadway's —her side hustle has earned her the chance to make bank doing spon con for brands such as Hidden Valley Ranch, LG and Michaels and caught the eye of an editor at Simon & Schuster's Touchstone division, who offered Philipps the chance to pen her memoir."I feel like I'm beating the system," she explained of her new gig.
"I'm making money, I'm able to support my family and make a living and support my expensive workout habits and juice habits."That brings us back to Williams and her frequent cameos in Philipps' stories.
She was a series regular in seasons 5 and 6, appearing in 46 episodes, before the show finished in 2003.
Her role of Audrey earned Philipps a Teen Choice Awards nomination in the category of "TV - Choice Sidekick".
She is best known for her supporting roles on the television series Freaks and Geeks (1999–2000) and Dawson's Creek (2001–2003)."Also, can I just say—we aren’t at a costume party in 2001.That’s legit how we were dressed for a regular night out.No less than 200,000 tune in daily to view the actress' stories, reports .And while her life's happenings are filled with some A-list moments, Philipps' style—speaking straight to camera in a conspiratorial tone and often playing with her hair—means she manages to come off somehow relatable.Here's hoping that their bond stays strong for years to come. To bring you the best content on our sites and applications, Meredith partners with third party advertisers to serve digital ads, including personalized digital ads.The appearances are not, as one might think, to help build up her pal's following because Philipps is doing that just fine on her own, thank you very much.Rather, speculates the actress, "I think it's fascinating to her, because it's so outside of what she would normally do or project.To hear her best friend Busy Philipps tell it, the decision stems from their days on when Williams stumbled upon an "I Hate Jen Lindley" website devoted to her teen rebel character.Still, she doesn't begrudge Philipps' choice to engage directly with her 930,000 Instagram followers.