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Disclaimer: This is not from me, this is from msn article, that I can't put on here because it says it's inaccessable for some reason.

‘Office’ estrella does Playboy

Jenna Fischer, who plays Pam Beesley on NBC's The Office, is featured in siguiente month’s issue of Playboy.

But not in the way some of tu think. o hope.

Fischer is featured in the magazine’s sexy 20Q, a Q&A piece, where the actress discusses whether o not she was a good girl o wild child growing up, her plain Jane Office character finally loosening up, and her latest film, ironically titled The Promotion, which also stars Seann William Scott and her Walk Hard: The Dewey Cox Story co-star John C. Reilly.
posted by Emory43
I went to see Jenna act in a play in NYC a few years ago. It was something about a guy who couldn't commit to anything. After the play my daughter-in-law and I saw her out for a walk in a park near the theatre. We praised her performance and she allowed a picture with me in my broken arm sling. I still regret that we praised her performance so much, because it really didn't work. We were many rows back and her amazing ability is with her face, which we couldn't really see in detail. I wish I had dicho something about why in-person plays are not for her, but closeups take advantage of her remarkable abilities. It reminds me of what Marlon Brando dicho about the character of his Don Corleone's wife; her part is played with her eyes. Jenna can do (and not do!) things with her face that are spectacular.
If tu are anything like me, tu were both shocked and upset when tu heard that Jenna Fischer was seperating from her husband of six years, writer/director James Gunn. The couple released a statement, which was short and simple but revealed multitudes about their relationship. "We have chosen to separate. We are sorry for any pain this causes family and friends. The enthusiasm we have expressed for each other's lives, spirits and careers is real – we have been each other's cheerleader and friend during the past six years and continue to be so now and in the future."

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