Alison Sudol was born on 23rd December 1984 in Seattle, Washington, to mother Sandra West-Moore and father John Sudol. They were both drama teachers who divorced when she was merely five years old. Following their split, she subsequently moved to Los Angeles, California, with both her parents. Alison, who considers herself "nerdy and quiet," graduated high school at the age of 16. Alison Sudol was in a relationship with 'Stranger Things' star David Harbour David Harbour and Alison Sudol began dating in 2018. Source: MSN Alison Sudol and David Harbour began to spark speculations of their dating endeavors in January 2018 at the BAFTA Tea Party. The couple was spotted getting cozy at the event. At the time, an observer told US Magazine the pair left 'arm in arm.' Adding, Alison was teasing and joking with him. They seemed very much like a couple. Later, the actress confirmed their relationship status as girlfriend and boyfriend, taking to her official Instagram on Valentine's Day 2019. She gushed how she was just sitting there and thinking to herself and wondering the partner she was on a crazy ride with is pretty remarkable. The couple became Instagram official on 2019 Valentine's Day. Source: Extra She added, What a generous, large-hearted, roaring wonder of a person I get to walk around and do stuff with. Like eat food and read books out loud and watch our dog sleep. And isn't that great. What an ignited soul, what a fire-spirit. What a brilliant artist. What a caring, deep, intuitive individual, who has changed my life completely and utterly. What a lucky woman I am. Sudol concluded, expressing how love is such a rare and fantastic thing. Therefore, she believes it's not too bad after all to have a separate day in the calendar to celebrate this special feeling. Alison ended with, "Thanks for making my life infinitely more all of it, @dkharbour \u2764" The couple was last spotted in New York in April 2019. They were attending the special screening of Hellboy together. Sudol and Harbour broke up in August 2019 The couple split six months after making their relationship official. Source: E! News The US Magazine broke the news in August 2019 that the couple had split for some time by then. As per their source, the duo parted ways "around a month ago." So we can assume Alison Sudol and David Harbour broke up somewhere in July. The fans were pretty disappointed on social media when the news surfaced as they were counting on this adorable couple getting married. The reason for their split still remains unclear as neither party has publically spoken about it since. Fans were disappointed following Sudol and Harbour's break up. Source: Daily Mail Meanwhile, Harbour seemed to have swiftly moved on as he was spotted with singer Lily Allen in early August, sparking new dating rumors. Stranger Things' Jim Hopper actor previously dated Marya Thayer (2009-2011) and Julia Stiles (2011-2013). Alison Sudol played the role of Queenie Goldstein in 'Fantastic Beasts' movies Alison Sudol as Queenie Goldstein in 'The Fantastic Beasts' films. Source: IGN The singer turned actress Alison Sudol portrayed the character of Queenie Goldstein in Fantastic Beasts and Where to Find Them (2016) starring Eddie Redmayne. She plays the younger sister of the former Author Tina Goldstein (Katherine Waterston). The movie is the first in a series of five Harry Potter prequel movies written by J. K. Rowling. The film is set in New York 65 years before Harry Potter's adventures. Two years later, Alison reprised her role in the sequel titled Fantastic Beasts: The Crimes of Grindelwald (2018). Intriguing Facts about Alison Sudol Alison Sudol is an American singer, songwriter, and actress. Source: Yahoo \tGrew up listening to a wide variety of music, most notably Ella Fitzgerald, Aretha Franklin, and Swing. \tReceived music inspirations from Bob Dylan and Johnny Cash. \tCarries fondness for literature; Band name A Fine Frenzy\u00a0is taken from one of Shakespeare's lines. \tLoves storytelling in her music, which is inspired by her fondness of literature. \tCurrently writing a book for children called Three Sails and the Family Moss. \tInvolved with Greenpeace and serves as a goodwill ambassador of the International Union for Conservation of Nature. \tHer mother and grandparents are equally interested in protecting the environment. Check out Celebs In-depth for more interesting biography and gossip of your favorite celebs.