For eight seasons, Jenna Fischer won rave reviews from fans and critics for her role as Pam Beesley on NBC's hit comedy The Office, alongside Steve Carell, John Krasinski and Rainn Wilson. In 2007, the role earned Fischer her first Emmy nomination for Best Supporting Actress in a comedy series.
After completing The Office, Fischer starred in the off-Broadway production of Neil LaBute's play, Reasons to Be Happy, with Josh Hamilton, Leslie Bibb and Fred Weller.
Fischer was recently seen in the film Brad's Status, with Ben Stiller. She also completed production on 1517 to Paris, the true story of the three American friends that stopped a terrorist planned attack on a train to Paris. Clint Eastwood directed. Additionally, she wrote a book entitled, The Actor's Life, a warm, funny and educational book about her experiences in becoming an actor, which was released in November by BenBella Books.
Fischer's additional film credits include Lee Kirk's The Giant Mechanical Man, which she also produced, opposite Topher Grace; Michael Weithorn's A Little Help, alongside Chris O'Donnell and Rob Benedict; the Farrelly Brothers' Hall Pass, with Christina Applegate, Owen Wilson, and Jason Sudeikis; Brian Koppelman's Solitary Man, alongside Michael Douglas, Susan Sarandon, Danny DeVito and Mary Louise Parker; Walk Hard: The Dewey Cox Story, with John C. Reilly; and the Dreamworks figure skating comedy Blades of Glory, opposite Jon Heder, Will Ferrell and Amy Poehler.