Jenna Fischer is best known for her nine seasons as Pam Beesly on the hit TV sitcom The Office, for which she won an Emmy nomination for Best Supporting Actress and two SAG Awards for Outstanding Ensemble Comedy Performance. After finishing The Office, Fischer went on to star in Neil LaBute's Off-Broadway production Reasons to Be Happy, which also starred Josh Hamilton, Leslie Bibb, and Fred Weller. Fischer most recently appeared in the NBC limited series You, Me, and the Apocalypse alongside Rob Lowe and Megan Mullally. She also had a recurring part on NBC's Mysteries of Laura and appeared on Fox's The Grinder and Comedy Central's Drunk History as a guest star. The Giant Mechanical Man (which she also produced), Hall Pass by the Farrelly Brothers, Solitary Man, opposite Michael Douglas, Walk Hard: The Dewey Cox Story, produced by Judd Apatow, The Promotion, Matt Weiner's Are You Here, and Blades of Glory opposite Will Ferrell are among Fischer's cinematic credits.
Fischer received the Emerging Actor Award from the Screen Actors Guild at the St. Louis Film Festival in 2004. Film Festival in St. Louis. Her family and she live in Los Angeles.