Jenna Fischer | Actress
Marie Fischer's net property worth $10 million American actress and director Regina Marie Fischer also known as Jenna Fischer was born in 7 March, 1974 in Fort Wayne, Indiana, USA. She was raised by her father Jim and her mother Anne. Her mother is a former acting and history teacher while father is a plastics engineer.
The actress with 5 feet 5 inch or 164 cm height carries the weight of 125 lb or 56.5 kg. The green-colored actress owns estimated net worth 10 million US dollars. She first married to James Gunn who has also multiple identity of being a writer, director and actor but announced her separation from Gunn in September 2007.
In a June 2008 radio interview during the publicity tour of The Promotion, she confirmed that the divorce from Gunn had been finalized. In the summer of 2009, Fischer was engaged to screenwriter Lee Kirk and they married on July 3, 2010. Many would not have known that she is also a blogger and blogs on MySpace detailing her experiences on The Office.
On September 24, 2011, Fischer gave birth to a son from Weston Lee Kirk. Jenna who tweets on @jennafischer has described herself as a new mom, actress, wife, Lover of trash TV, sweatpants and sushi on her twitter home page. Fischer showed her interest in acting from her tender age six-year-old and attended her first acting class taught by her mother at Pierremont Elementary School. Later, she attended Nerinx Hall High School, a private, all-girls Catholic school in the St. Louis suburb of Webster Groves.
She also earned a bachelor's degree in theater from Truman State University and moved to Los Angeles to pursue an acting career. Fischer had a rather unconventional entry into professional acting when she landed a role in a sex education video made for mental patients who were being discharged from the UCLA Medical Center. She was paid $100. Soon enough, proving herself a caliber in acting, Fischer began to appear in more legit roles in films and on television during the late 1990's.
One of her first feature appearances was in "The Specials" (2000), a gentle superhero written by James Gunn who later turned to be the husband of Fischer. Fischer and Gunn eventually dated and were married on 7 October, 2000. But, Fischer became most frequent on television in the new millennium, appearing on episodes of "Spin City", "What I Like About You" and Judd Apatow's "Undeclared". Fischer also directed her first film, "Lollilove" in 2004, a mockumentary about a prosperous young Hollywood couple in which Fischer and Gunn performed the role of the couple and endeavored to help the homeless.
The film was eventually released on DVD in 2006. In 2005, Fischer landed her defining role as Pam Beesly in "The Office", an NBC comedy based on the original BBC series. It was a dry, often-awkward sitcom about the day to day lives of office workers at a paper supply company. Working against conventional Hollywood wisdom, Fischer decided to play Beesly as somewhat folksy, frumpy and modest.
The gamble worked and after a shaky first season, "The Office" soon rocketed to NBC's number one show. And the "The Office" quickly turned Fischer into a star. She is most widely known for her Emmy-nominated portrayal of The Office, and has also appeared in several films, including Blades of Glory, Walk Hard: The Dewey Cox Story, The Promotion, and Hall Pass.