Cast of "The Office": Where Are They Now?

Almost two decades have passed since fans of The Office initially followed the workers at Dunder Mifflin Paper Company.

Starring in the sitcom, which debuted in March 2005, were Steve Carell as Michael Scott, Rainn Wilson as Dwight Schrute, Mindy Kaling as Kelly Kapoor, B.J. Novak as Brian Baumgartner, Ed Helms as Andy Bernard, Jenna Fischer as Pam Beesley, Angela Kinsey as Angelela Martin, and Kate Flannery as Meredith Palmer.

In August 2019, Kinsey said to Us Weekly in an exclusive interview that she would only be open to a reunion if everyone was there.

“I would want everyone to be present if it was a reunion. it's my wish list, if I get to say it," she declared at the time. We had a little bit coming up, so we were chatting today, back and forth, but we can't talk about it just yet since the ink isn't dry.

But Carell has made it quite obvious that he isn't interested. In December 2018, he told Collider, "The show is way more popular now than when it was on the air." "I simply don't think it's the same thing."

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In order to focus on his acting career, the actor departed the program after season 7 in 2011. After that, Carell starred in a number of movies, including Foxcatcher (2014), The Big Short (2015), and Battle of the Sexes (2017). He has also made appearances in animated blockbusters like Despicable Me and Minions. Carell made a comeback to television in 2019 when he appeared on Apple's The Morning Show with Jennifer Aniston and Reese Witherspoon. In 2020, he returned to humor by playing General Mark R. Naird in the Space Force Netflix series. He collaborated with Krasinski to provide Blue's voice in IF in 2024; Krasinski wrote and directed the film.

Nancy and Carell were joined in marriage in 1995. John is the couple's son, while Elisabeth is their daughter.

Wilson Rainn

Wilson Rainn

Wilson voiced Lex Luthor in the Death of Superman television series in addition to playing other supporting parts in motion pictures and a recurrent role on CBS's Mom.

The Washingtonian also wrote an autobiography titled The Bassoon King in 2015 and was a co-founder of SoulPancake, a digital media firm, in 2008.

The Krasinski John

In the 2018 horror flick A Quiet Place, Krasinski makes his feature film directing debut costarring Emily Blunt. A sequel was planned and released in 2020 following the film's popularity and Blunt's 2019 SAG Award victory for best supporting actress. From 2018 until 2023, Krasinski appeared in the Amazon series Tom Clancy's Jack Ryan. He created and directed the popular animated movie IF in 2024.

The actor and Blunt were married in 2010, and they have two kids together, Hazel and Violet.

Fischer Jenna

Before the show's termination in 2019, Fischer costarred with Oliver Hudson for two seasons on the ABC comedy Splitting Up Together. She and Kinsey co-host the podcast "Office Ladies."

B. J. Novak

On her comedy The Mindy Project, Novak and Kaling reconnected on television for a few episodes. Apart from her involvement in several movies, Novak is the author of two kid-friendly novels. Katherine, Kaling's daughter, has him as her godfather as well.

The native of Massachusetts made his directing debut in 2022 with the dark comedy Vengeance, in which he also featured. The Premise, a 2021 Hulu anthology series, was also conceived by him.

Melora Hardin

Melora Hardin

From 2017 until 2021, Hardin appeared on The Bold Type on Freeform. She was a 2016 Emmy Award nominee for her recurring role in Transparent on Amazon Prime Video.

Baker, Leslie David

Baker has appeared in several guest appearances on television programs, including as Fam, Scorpion, and Raven's Home. Additionally, he provides many character voices for Disney's Puppy Dog Pals.

Baumgartner, Brian

Baumgartner has recently appeared on a number of television shows, including Melissa & Joey, Chicago Fire, and The Goldbergs.

Flannery, Kate

Flannery appeared as a guest performer on many sitcoms and participated in the Dancing With the Stars season 28 competition in 2019. The actress placed seventh.

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Kinsey, Angela

Kinsey costarred with Miranda Sings in the two seasons of Haters Back Off on Netflix and the two seasons of The Hotwives, a comedy series on Hulu. Together with Fischer, the actress co-hosts the podcast "Office Ladies."

Phyllis Smith

Smith has a recurring role on Netflix's The OA. She was the voice of Sadness in the animated feature Inside Out.

Ed Helms

In addition to appearing on several sitcoms, Helms portrayed Stuart Price in the Hangover Trilogy.

He also starred in the films Together Together (2021), Vacation (2015), and We're the Millers (2013).

Mindy Kaling

Mindy Kaling

Later, Kaling created, starred in, and produced her own television program called The Mindy Project, which aired on Fox for three seasons. The program was taken up by Hulu and ran for three more years after it was canceled.

The actress and best-selling memoirist is also the creator of the Netflix comedy series Never Have I Ever, the HBO Max comedy-drama series The Sex Lives of College Girls, the Hulu miniseries Four Weddings and a Funeral, and the brief runtime sitcom Champions for NBC. In addition to providing voices for characters in Inside Out, Wreck-It Ralph, and Despicable Me, Kaling acted in the films Ocean's 8 and A Wrinkle in Time.