Pamela Morgan "Pam" Halpert née Beesly (born March 25, 1979) is a fictional character on the U. television sitcom The Office, played by Jenna Fischer.
"My take on the character of Pam was that she didn't have any media training, so she didn't know how to be a good interview.
And also, she didn't care about this interview," she told NPR. And they started laughing." Fischer found herself creating a very elaborate backstory for the character.
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Then, when I met Jennifer, a different world of options opened for me; it was possible that I could have my own kids instead of being a second fiddle step-dad.
Every now and again, usually on my first wedding’s anniversary, I will stop and do some math to compare how my life could have been with how it is now.
I immediately went to the drug store, and got a test. We told our parents a week later, each set jumping up at the good news to give us hugs, and handshakes.
As I put my coat on I was reassuring her there was no way it was possible. That extra line jumped off the stick in bold technicolor pink. There was no judgment on our situation or the circumstance, just excitement at the prospect of little feet arriving in the spring. We had just met, for crying out loud, and while our unborn son had chosen us to be his parents, we weren’t sure we wanted to choose each other.
"When I went in for The Office, the casting director said to me, 'Please look normal'," recalls Jenna Fischer.
"Don't make yourself all pretty, and dare to bore me with your audition. Dare to bore me." Heeding the advice, Fischer said little during the auditions, during which she was interviewed in character by show producers, in an improvisational format, to imitate the show's documentary premise.
He and I are adventurous partners in crime, and I can’t imagine life without him.