About this Artist
Jenna Fischer is best known for playing Pam Beesly on the acclaimed television show The Office, for which she received an Emmy nomination for Best Supporting Actress and two SAG Awards for Outstanding Performance by an Ensemble Comedy.
Fischer most recently starred in the ABC comedy Splitting Up Together, from Emily Kapnek: a love story about a divorcing couple, opposite Oliver Hudson, which ran for two seasons.
A trained theater actress, Fischer has also starred in the Off-Broadway play Reasons to Be Happy, written and directed by Neil LaBute and co-starring Josh Hamilton, Leslie Bibb, and Fred Weller. Most recently, Fischer was on stage opposite Greg Germann and Josh Stamberg in the world premiere of Steve Martin’s newest play Meteor Shower, an absurdist comedy, for a record-breaking run at the Old Globe Theatre.
Fischer's films credits include Mike White's feature Brad’s Status, in a role opposite Ben Stiller; 15:17 to Paris directed by Clint Eastwood; The Giant Mechanical Man (which she also produced); the Farrelly Brothers’ comedy Hall Pass; Solitary Man opposite Michael Douglas; Walk Hard: The Dewey Cox Story, produced by Judd Apatow; and Blades of Glory opposite Will Ferrell.
In 2018 Fischer’s first book was released, The Actor’s Life, published by Ben Bella Books. She is currently producing the comedy National Parker alongside Warner Brothers for Freeform. She is on the board of directors for the refugee resettlement charity group Miry’s List. She lives in Los Angeles with her family.