Aubrey Plaza is not a new hipster hangout downtown. She’s a young and adorable comic actress from Wilmington, Del. And she’s had quite the career launch playing Seth Rogen’s girlfriend in Judd Apatow’s “Funny People,” which stars comedy legend Adam Sandler.

You may recognize her intern role on “Parks and Recreation.” And you might have caught her in the online series “The Jeannie Tate Show.” Or if you are really in the know, you may have even seen her hilarious, off-color “Aubrey Plaza does Sarah Silverman” impersonation on YouTube.

Apatow did, just before he cast her in “Funny People.”

So did the real Sarah Silverman. Gulp. “When I did that, it was so long ago, and it was for my first SNL audition DVD. I never would have thought so many people would see it or that she would see it,” Plaza said. Aubrey met Sarah backstage after a show, and Silverman told her, “I know who you are. I’ve seen it.”

“I was a little scared, but she really liked it and thought it was funny. She was totally cool about it.”

We’ve asked Aubrey some personality-revealing either/or questions. Read on!

Britney Spears or Lady Gaga?
“Britney, I guess. She’s the real deal and she’s been around.”

Tina Fey or Sarah Palin?
“Tina Fey, all the way. She’s my hero for sure.”

H&M or Target?
“Target, because I can buy picture frames and cleaning supplies.”

“Battlestar Galactica” or “Lost”?
“I’m a huge ‘Lost’ fan.”

Michael Jackson: murder or suicide?
“That’s really dark. Neither, question mark?”

Jonas Brothers or Justin Timberlake?
“My little sister would kill me if I don’t pick the Jonas Brothers, but I have to go with Justin.”

Taylor Lautner or Robert Pattinson?
“Pattinson all the way.”

Text or e-mail?
“E-mails. I have an iPhone and when I text, people think I’m drunk, because my fingers don’t ever hit the right letters.”

Facebook or Twitter?
“I am on Twitter, but you can spy on people better on Facebook.”

What’s your go-to website?
“I go to the Drudge Report a lot.”

Last person you hugged?
“I just hugged Jonah Hill. I hadn’t seen him in a while.”

Who would you to kiss onscreen?
“Jeff Goldblum. He’s dangerous, but that sounds fun.”

From the Los Angeles Times