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“Don't touch my book!”
~ Ally's catchphrase.
I believe everyone's born with a seed of goodness, and if you water it with kindness and trust, it'll blossom and become something beautiful.
~ Ally Dawson.
Don't worry, guys. We can do this. I mean, sure, Austin's gone, but we still have each other, right?
~ Ally Dawson

Ally Dawson is the titular deuteragonist of Austin & Ally.

She is an aspiring teenage singer/songwriter. She wrote the hit song, "Double Take", which Austin Moon stole and performed in the episode Rockers & Writers, which made him famous. After Ally forgives him, the two agree to become partners. Over the course of the series, she becomes more confident, conquers her stage fright and is signed to a record label. She's a smart, sweet girl and always tries her best to not hurt anyone's feelings. She is the wife of Austin Moon.

She was portrayed by Laura Marano.


Ally is generally shown to be sweet and kind, often described as a good person or a "goody goody." She's against all forms of rule breaking, even insignificant ones such as coloring outside the lines. She is often portrayed as girly, and sometimes meek. Ally is often shown not to be into things most teenagers consider fun, such as arcades or horror movies, and enjoys slightly unusual activities, such as cloud watching club. She is some what geeky, but constantly tries to hide it when questioned or accused of it, which generally leads to either disasters or her appearing even more geeky. Ally has stage fright, and is a time shown not to be the confident in herself. She can also at times be a bit obsessive over simple things, such as trying to get a gold star, as she was the only person who didn't ever get one.