‘The Office’: Where Are They Now?

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It’s been over 14 years since NBC blessed us with the American version of The Office (and a plethora of “That’s what she said” jokes). In honor of the timeless sitcom, we’re taking a look at the cast who made it all happen.

Keep reading for this all-new edition of The Office: Where are they now?

1. Steve Carell

Played: Michael Scott

After parting ways with The Office, he focused more on film with movies like Beautiful Boy and Welcome to Marwen. He currently plays Mitch Kessler in Apple’s new series The Morning Show, which stars Jennifer Aniston and Reese Witherspoon.

2. John Krasinski

Played: Jim Halpert

He went on to marry Emily Blunt (The Devil Wears Prada). They share two daughters together: Hazel (5) and Violet (3).

He currently stars as the titular character in Amazon Prime’s Jack Ryan. In addition to acting, Krasinski has dabbled in writing and directing. Three words: A Quiet Place.

3. Jenna Fischer

Played: Pam Beesly

The on-screen receptionist most recently starred alongside Oliver Hudson in the ABC sitcom Splitting Up Together. She also teamed up with Angela Kinsey for a podcast called Office Ladies, where they discuss iconic episodes of the beloved show.

4. Rainn Wilson

Played: Dwight Schrute

He’s continued to work in the world of television post-Office, with credits like Room 104, Mom and the upcoming Amazon series Utopia. (#Fact)

5. Angela Kinsey

Played: Angela Martin

The cat-loving accountant is still involved in the entertainment industry and has a new podcast, Office Ladies. She most recently appeared in the Netflix film Tall Girl, along with TV shows like Your Family or Mine and Haters Back Off.

6. B.J. Novak

Played: Ryan Howard

While he’s made a few acting appearances since The Office (Saving Mr. Banks, The Amazing Spider-Man 2), he also served as a producer on The Mindy Project, along with his guest role as Jamie.

7. Mindy Kaling

Played: Kelly Kapoor

Kaling most recently starred alongside Emma Thompson in Late Night and is set to appear in an upcoming comedy project with Priyanka Chopra. Oh, she’s also the creative mastermind behind The Mindy Project, Champions and Four Weddings and a Funeral. NBD.

8. Kate Flannery

Played: Meredith Palmer

In addition to her guest role on Young Sheldon, the actress has lent her voice to a number of video games. She also appeared on season 28 of Dancing with the Stars, where she came in seventh place.

9. Ed Helms

Played: Andy Bernard

Although he has starred in a number of successful films, he’s most recognized for playing Stu in The Hangover trilogy. Next up? Coffee & Kareem in 2020.

10. Leslie David Baker

Played: Stanley Hudson

He currently lends his voice to the animated series Puppy Dog Pals. Basically, Stanley’s worst nightmare.

11. Creed Bratton

Played: Creed Bratton

True to his character on The Office, he’s laid low since the show came to an end, excluding small roles on Grace and Frankie, Franklin & Bash and Adventure Time.

12. Phyllis Smith

Played: Phyllis Vance

She’s widely recognized for her recurring role as Betty Broderick-Allen on Netflix’s The OA. Oh, and did we mention she voiced Sadness in Pixar’s Inside Out?

13. Ellie Kemper

Played: Erin Hannon

You probably recognize her as the star of The Unbreakable Kimmy Schmidt, but it’s not her only claim to fame. She also authored a book, My Squirrel Days, and voiced Katie in The Secret Life of Pets and The Secret Life of Pets 2.

14. Paul Lieberstein

Played: Toby Flenderson

It’s important to point out that he didn’t only play the HR director—he also served as a writer, director, executive producer and showrunner on The Office. Since then, he has accumulated more behind-the-scenes credits on TV shows like The Newsroom and Ghosted.

15. Brian Baumgartner

Played: Kevin Malone

He took a break from acting after The Office. That is, besides small guest roles on Chicago Fire, Life in Pieces and The Goldbergs.

16. Melora Hardin

Played: Jan Levinson

She’s continued to dominate TV screens, with major roles in The Bold Type, Transparent and A Million Little Things.

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