Jenna Fischer Auctions Off Visit To Set Of US Office For Charity

Jenna Fischer
Jenna Fischer
Jenna Fischer
Jenna Fischer
Jenna Fischer
Jenna Fischer
Jenna Fischer
Jenna Fischer
Jenna Fischer


Fischer experienced her first taste of performing at age six, when she participated in an acting workshop taught by her mother at Henry School in St. Louis, a workshop also attended by actor Sean Gunn, with whom she grew up. However, she struggled to break into film and television, telling NPR that her first paying film job was a “sex education video for patients upon their release from UCLA Medical Center”. in a Myspace blog written specifically to advise actors beginning their own career, she explained that it took three years before landing her first televised speaking role, a part on Spin City. She continued to spend the next few years of her career appearing in bit parts in small indie films, such as Employee of the Month, Lucky 13, and The Specials, as well as guest spots on the television shows Six Feet Under, That ’70s Show, Cold Case, Miss Match, Strong Medicine, Undeclared, What I Like About You, and Off Centre.

Jenna Fischer auctions off visit to set of US Office for charity Jenna Fischer has auctioned off a visit to the set of the US The Office to raise money for Americans affected by recent devastating tornadoes. [link]

While Attending College In Missouri Jenna Fischer Performed With A Touring Murder Mystery

Jenna Fischer
Jenna Fischer
Jenna Fischer
Jenna Fischer
Jenna Fischer
Jenna Fischer


Regina Marie “Jenna” Fischer (born March 7, 1974) is an American actress. She is most widely known for her Emmy-nominated portrayal of Pam Halpert (née Beesly) on the NBC situation comedy and mockumentary The Office, and has also appeared in several films, including Blades of Glory, Walk Hard: The Dewey Cox Story and The Promotion. Fischer was born in Fort Wayne, Indiana, but raised in the St. Louis, Missouri suburb of Manchester, the daughter of Jim, a plastics engineer, and Anne, a history teacher. She holds a bachelor of arts in theatre, as well as a minor in journalism, from Truman State University, where she originally enrolled as a pre-law history major. While attending college in Missouri, she performed with a touring Murder Mystery Dinner Theatre group and, upon her move to Los Angeles, began performing Commedia dell’arte with the Zoo District Theatre.