Jenna Fischer was born on March 7, 1974. She attended Truman State University. There, she finished a degree in theater. In 1998, she made her screen debut in the movie Channel 493. A few years later, she made her first television appearance in Undeclared. This was followed by more guest appearances on the small screen. In 2004, she appeared in the movie Employee of the Month. The following year, she made her breakthrough thanks to her role as Pam Beesly in The Office.
She has received a Primetime Emmy nomination for Best Supporting Actress for her role there. While working on the show, she also worked on the big screen. During this period, she had notable roles in the movies Blades of Glory, Walk Hard: The Dewey Cox Story, Solitary Man, and Hall Pass, among others. After The Office ended in 2013, she starred in the movies Kiss Me and Brad’s Status. In 2015, she starred in the television series You, Me and the Apocalypse. This year, she will play the female lead in the upcoming sitcom Splitting Up Together.
Has Jenna Fischer had Plastic Surgery?
The 43-year-old actress appears to be aging gracefully. While it is known that many celebrities in Hollywood resort to plastic surgery and other cosmetic remedies to improve their looks or maintain their youth, Fischer prefers to be enjoying her career without the pressures of looking perfect that sometimes drive both actors and actresses to go under the knife. In Fischer’s case, she takes care of herself by sticking to a healthy lifestyle. Eating well and working out can help one improve his or her looks.
She also revealed in an interview that she doesn’t have a problem with aging. In fact, she’s excited about it. She said: “Im very curious about what Ill look like when Im older, about how I am meant to look. Im starting to look like my mother more and more. One day she will pass away, and I want to be reminded of her when I see my own face.” She’s also not into Botox and other treatments for getting rid of the lines on her face.