Jenna Fischer is generally known as a director including a performer and these two occupations of hers have performed a massive part in gathering Jenna Fischer net worth which continues to be reported to achieve an approximation of 15-million dollars, as of correct now. Talking about her as a performer, Jenna Fischer is likely usually understood as a result of her look in the television series called The Workplace. As well as her appearance inside, Jenna Fischer can be understood from a number of movies and other shows.
Jenna Fischer Net Worth $15 Million Dollars
Most prominent of them could function as the following kinds: That 70s Display, Blades of Glory, Slither and Corridor Pass. Each of these appearances additionally have added up to the total amount of Jenna Fischer net worth. In the two thousands, Jenna Fischer became a massive TV star with her numerous appearances on displays. Jenna Fischer had been touring as a performer, when she was learning in school. Right now, she was a part of a theatrical team called Murder-Mystery theatre group. Afterwards, she appeared in a few indie movies, like Employee of the Month, The Specials and Fortunate 13.
As well as her mentioned function, she’s also appeared on a television show called Superstar Poker Showdown on Bravo community in 2006. When she got the opportunity to perform with Pro Active Skincare Options, in 2009, Jenna Fischer additionally starred her vocation as a representative. These participation additionally not only added more recognition to her, but also raised her net worth a lot.
In 2004, she additionally appeared in a mockumentary called Lollilove and directed. In 2005, her title was created by Jenna Fischer as a well-known star on Television, with getting her part in a television programme called The Workplace. At once when she was filming because of this show, Jenna Fischer continued to surface in other productions, at the same time, including Blades of Stroll Hard, Corridor Pass, A Small Help and Glory : The Dewey Cox Story. These appearances additionally raised the total amount of Jenna Fischer net worth.
Is a fan of the NFL's Dallas Cowboys and an avid fan of the St. Louis Cardinals baseball team.
On The Office (2005), the characters are all put off by Angela's (Angela Kinsey) creepy preoccupation with cute pictures of cats. In real life, Fischer has admitted she is an enthusiast of the same thing.
Went to Nerinx Hall High School, an all-girls Catholic high school in Webster Groves, Missouri. Another alumnus is Marsha Mason.
Fractured her back in four places after falling down a set of stairs at the NYC bar, Buddakan, on May 15, 2007.
Auditioned for the role of Sydney Bristow in Alias (2001), but was never called back. She later said, "They said they liked my acting, but I wasn't hot enough.
Connected to many "Jims" in her life - her father Jim Fischer, her ex-husband James Gunn, Jim Zulevic (who cast her in The Specials (2000) and subsequently introduced her to James), and finally (and more famously known), her TV counterpart Jim Halpert (played by John Krasinski).
#37 in People Magazine's 100 Most Beautiful, 2006 issue.
Considered becoming a veterinarian due to her love for animals; ultimately opted for working with Kitten Rescue and being the proud owner of a dog and a cat (Andy, featured prominently with Jenna in 2006 issue of People Magazine's 100 Most Beautiful).
Worked as a receptionist in various offices. Types 85 WPM with 90% accuracy.
Originally enrolled at Truman State University as a Pre-Law student; later changed to Theatre.
Graduated from Truman State University in Kirksville, Missouri
Took her first acting class with Sean Gunn (who stars as Kirk on WB's Gilmore Girls (2000)) at the age of six in St. Louis, Missouri. The class was taught by her mother, Anne Fischer. Jenna and Sean stayed in touch over the years and in October 2000 she married his brother, writer/director James Gunn The two are now divorced.
Honestly it would be great to get to play Pam for a long, long time...I don't have real big aspirations to be a movie star. I would love to be on a long-running hit TV show. You end up playing a defining role.
I had real potential. But my goal was to be...adequate. I didn't want to be an extraordinary receptionist, because I didn't ever want to be promoted, or be given more work. My time was really valuable to me. For example, I could type 80 words per minute, but I wouldn't tell people that, so when my boss would give me work, he would think it'd take two hours, but it would really only take about thirty minutes. So I'd have, like, ninety minutes of fun time. I got it all done, I just did it...real slow.
I had this crazy job, though, when I first got to Los Angeles...I answered this ad in the back of the newspaper to be a telephone psychic, and I did that for two days. I called up this guy, and...this is how hard it was to get this job: He said, 'So, uh, do you feel intuitive from time to time?' And I was like, 'Yea, sure, I feel intuitive.' He said, 'Do you read Tarot cards?' And I said, 'I DO!' and I didn't. - on her stint as a telephone psychic.
All the rehearsals were in this guy's penthouse. And I swear - I kept going to rehearsal. And I learned my song, and it was about a truck stop...and I noticed that none of the other girls were singing with me, but they did walk by in lingerie...and I'm like, 'Huh, weird!'" - on being the sixth member of the International Spice Girls, which turned out to be a front for a call-girl service.
[re receiving the call from casting director Allison Jones for The Office (2005)] She goes, 'Dare to BORE me.' And I'm like, 'Really?' I'm like, 'I'll bore you. I will seriously, I will go and I will be ugly, and I will bore you.' Am I selling my show? Ugly, boring people - check it out!