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Fischer appeared in friend Peter Alton’s 2002 short subject film Les Superficiales. in 2003, she held a starring role in The Girl’s Guide to Summer, a 2003 Instant Films short (a competition similar to the nationally held 48 Hour Film Project, only based in Los Angeles) directed by Instant Film’s co-founder (and camera operator) Charles Papert. While her film career was slowly taking off, Fischer took matters into her own hands, writing, producing, directing and starring in her own mockumentary, LolliLove. “It was the best practice I could have ever gotten for the possibility of being on the show.” Lollilove premiered at the St. Louis International Film Festival, the hometown of Fischer and Gunn, in November 2004, and was also shown at the TromaDance Film Festival. in 2006, she co-starred in her then-husband’s film, Slither, and in 2007, she filmed supporting roles in The Brothers Solomon, with Will Arnett and Will Forte, Blades of Glory, with Will Ferrell, John Heder, and Amy Poehler, and Walk Hard: The Dewey Cox Story, alongside John C. Reilly, with whom she co-starred again in 2008′s The Promotion, also starring Seann William Scott. in 2009, Fischer completed filming on the movies Solitary Man, and the indie A Little Help, which opened in the summer of 2010 at the Seattle International Film Festival. Fischer was named as producer of the mid-August through October 2010 run of the critically acclaimed play Sad Happy Sucker, written by her husband Lee Kirk and directed by friend Sean Gunn. in a June 2008 radio interview during the publicity tour of The Promotion, she confirmed that the divorce from Gunn had been finalized.

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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. 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. Fischer met Alton at the Zoo District Theatre group, and he later co-wrote and narrated her self-produced film, Lollilove. While her film career was slowly taking off, Fischer took matters into her own hands, writing, producing, directing and starring in her own mockumentary, LolliLove.

Jenna Fischer Financed Production Debut With Her Own Credit Card Actress Jenna Fischer took a big risk on her new movie THE GIANT MECHANICAL MAN by agreeing to advance the money for production costs herself after there was an unexpected delay in financing. [link]

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All of Hollywood can’t stop talking about Jenna Fischer’s sublime acting skills. This guys makes picture shows people will be talking about for years to come. Without a doubt, Jenna Fischer has the most prepossessing Evan Rachel Wood in the biz. We would be shocked if she didn’t win some kind of award this year for her incredible acting. Celeb Dating Buzz has got you covered with the latest Jenna Fischer news snippets.. Get tons of celebrity news and more stories on Jenna Fischer right here on Celeb Dating Buzz.

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

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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. Fischer attended Pierremont Elementary School in Manchester, Missouri, and Nerinx Hall High School, a private all-girls Catholic school, in Webster Groves, Missouri. “I wasn’t working much, getting little guest-star roles months away from each other,” Fischer explained in 2006. For her role in the film, Fischer was awarded a Screen Actors Guild Emerging Actor Award. Before her initial audition, casting director Allison Jones advised Fischer, “Dare to bore me.” Fischer herself spent several years working as a receptionist and administrative assistant in Los Angeles offices, much like her television counterpart, while struggling to achieve success, and thus felt she was well-suited to the role. You end up playing a defining role.” As The Office grew into a success, Fischer’s film acting career became more established. in July 2009, Fischer played left field for the National League team in the Taco Bell All-Star Legends and Celebrity Softball Game as part of the MLB All-Star Week festivities, held at Busch Stadium in St. Louis, Missouri, where she grew up. At the event, she auctioned off a set visit to The Office and multiple autographed props from the show.

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]



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