Baumgartner did a lot of theater before he found his way to TV, and the same year , then faked his own death.fans some amazing on-set secrets about her real-life relationship with John Krasinski -- aka the Jim Halpert to her Pam Beesly -- and it's guaranteed to make you swoon!
, he was just a guy, who had a crush on a girl, who had a boyfriend. The mockumentary of ordinary office employees hooked us for two reason: Michael Scott’s (Steve Carell) blundering, and Jim (John Krasinski) and Pam (Jenna Fischer).
Some fans claimed the show jumped the shark when the receptionist and the salesman finally got together, that it robbed the show if its driving conflict.
"Yeah, he looks good, he looks really, really good.
I've seen him in person and he looks really good." When the 41-year-old actress was done gushing over Krasinski, she also spilled some silly secrets about the rest of her co-stars: Mindy Kaling was the one who officially messed up her lines the most and Rainn Wilson had the biggest potty mouth on set. "My best friend from the office is Angela Kinsey," Fischer revealed.
I was scared out of my mind to even go up and say ' Hi' to her.
I think that I was so sure that I would never end up with her because she'd be like ' This is ridiculous, I can have anyone, not you. She did cry after I cried and we cried and then everyone around us was crying.
But in real life, we aren’t totally Pam and totally Jim, so in real life, we’re not the perfect match.
So it’s a really complicated thing but, I mean, he was like a type of spouse that I had for a long time. We will always be close because of it.” form a little love for one another after playing one of TV’s favorite couples for nearly a decade?
Many of the cast members were also writers on the show, and by the end of the series, there was a bevy of writer-director-producer-actors sitting in those swivel chairs. In addition to playing games and doing their taxes, many of the cast members were writing behind-the-scenes or character blogs, all while the show was filming. Paul Giamatti, Martin Short, Bob Odenkirk, and Hank Azaria were all considered for the Michael Scott role before Steve Carell was hired, and guest directors on the series included Jason Reitman, J. Abrams, Joss Whedon, Amy Heckerling, actor Bryan Cranston, and the late Harold Ramis.
Let’s catch up on where each of our favorite Dunder Mifflin employees were at the series’ end, and then see what the actors who played them are up to now.
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