In the series finale, Angela finally marries Dwight, her one true love, after a disastrous marriage to a gay congressman and a short-lived engagement to Andy Bernard.
Kinsey originally auditioned for the role of Pam Beesly, but was considered “too feisty,” so they called her back to try out for Angela.
The charismatic Kraskinski honed his acting chops at the Royal Shakespeare Company in Stratford-Upon Avon, so of course, he was still working as a waiter to pay the bills right up until he got his role on The hapless Toby Flenderson finally gave up on Scranton, and moved to New York City to be the misfit writer he was meant to be.
Lieberstein was never actually supposed to be a cast member.
In the early stage of her performing career, Flannery did a lot of comedic theater.
She was one of the founding cast members of , Flannery had an affair with a certain famous guest star, an experience she documented on the website The Yarn. At the end of the series, he’s still something of a laughingstock after his tearful audition for an a capella show goes viral, but at least he has a job at his beloved alma mater, Cornell.
He was a writer, who had one line in the pilot, but when then NBC Entertainment president saw him in the dailies, he said he wanted to see more of him.
She herself is married now for the second time, with two of her own kids.She auditioned for what became Jennifer Garner’s role in , and reported that they liked her acting, but thought she wasn’t hot enough.It doesn’t matter: the role of Pam Beesly made her famous. Based on the successful UK version created by Ricky Gervais and Stephen Merchant, it depicted the day-to-day life of the employees at the Scranton, PA, branch of paper company Dunder Mifflin, as seen through the eyes and camera of a documentary film crew. All the computers were hooked up to the web and since so many scenes required the characters to be sitting in the background looking as if they were working, they kept themselves busy.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. in Psychology and a Masters in Human Services Administration, he taught special ed while he was working on his Masters, and played an office worker in several ads for Office Max.Rumor has it that he sometimes shows up to man the cash register, but we promise nothing.Pam Beesly wrapped up her life in Scranton pretty definitively.He first got notice on the short-lived , where his salary was doubled by season three and his status as a star was confirmed.A string of hit movies followed, both commercial and critical successes, and an Oscar nomination for his performance in Fun fact: In 2008, Carell saved the historic Marshfield Hills General Store in Marshfield, Massachusetts from the wrecking ball, buying it and putting his sister-in-law in charge.They apologized for giving her up, and said it was the biggest mistake of their lives. Also, in a move of brilliant casting, they were played by Ed Begley, Jr. Kemper started off her career in theater, writing sketch comedy shows, and appearing in commercials.She wrote a lot, submitting about a hundred different headlines before finally making the front page of as the leader of her doomsday cult.