Deandra Reynolds shines as a crude and sociopathic drunk in the hilarious comedy series “It’s Always Sunny In Philadelphia.” Her disturbing nature gave viewers some jaw-dropping moments throughout the show. She also had some really bad luck with mean and even lived out of her car for some time.
In reality, Kaitlin Olson is nowhere near her Deandra character. The successful comedian and actress even found love on the show with one of the show’s creators and stars Rob McElhenney.
Brienne Of Tarth (Gwendoline Christie)
Like other women of "Game of Thrones," Brienne of Tarth is no coward. As a fearless and powerful fighter, this knight couldn't care less about pretty things and fine clothes. Catch her with a sword in full-on armor.
But Gwendoline Christie however has a whole other look (not that it's any less awesome.) The SAG-winning actress has been blowing up on our screens looking out of this world, once again, in the "Star Wars" films.
Lucy Sketch (Aimee-Ffion Edwards)
Lucy's middle name was Sketch, no, sorry. Lucy's last name was Sketch, showing just how sketchy she really was! The character who appeared in the second season of "Skins," the hit British series about complicated English teens was a stalker-type girl with serious issues.
The Welsh actress, Aimee-Ffion Edwards is far from a weird stalker with bad hair. She's gone on to appear in "Peaky Blinders" and "Luther."
Willow Rosenberg (Alyson Hannigan)
As lovely and cute as Alyson Hannigan is, throughout her career, she has always brought out a slightly nerdy element to her characters. It's probably just the red hair and child-like voice. This was super apparent as Willow Rosenberg in"Buffy the Vampire Slayer."
Off-screen, Hannigan miraculously is very different from the characters we see on TV. We suppose it's just her TV and movie persona!
Violet Bickerstaff-(Tori Spelling)
On the sitcom Saved By The Bell, Tori Spelling’s character donned glasses and pigtails. Her character, Violet Bickerstaff was a naive, nerdy girl with a terrible dress sense, even in the 80s.
In reality, Tori Spelling is more of a blonde bombshell than an innocent geek and far more like her character on 90210.