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As John Krasinski recounted to Off Camera, the casting team originally wanted him to read for Dwight Schrute. It's just I love the British show so much and Americans have a tendency to just really screw these opportunities up.
But Krasinski felt Jim would be a better fit and told his manager to relay that to the casting directors. I just don't know how I'll live with myself if they screw this show up and ruin it for me." And he's like, "My name's Greg Daniels, I'm the Executive Producer." And I was like [vomit noise]. When Krasinski finally went into the room, everyone was laughing at him for the mistake he'd just made and they asked Daniels, "Is this the jackass that told you the show was going to be ruined? " Luckily, despite all of these missteps, Krasinski killed the audition anyway and got the role of Jim.
With every best wish for all good things in your future."Happy Birthday, Wanda June (Movie 1971) (Summary) Charlie Brown Special (TV 1971) "You're in Love, Charlie Brown" The Brady Bunch, (TV 'Will the Real Jan Brady Please Stand Up?
,' episode 42, January 15, 1971) "Lucy""A horse named Beckett that was set to be put to sleep according to the will of a favorite aunt after her death.
An exclusive image and message from fellow child star Vernon "Mark" Mc Dougal.
"I was in the 1968 Walt Disney production of The One and Only, Genuine, Original Family Band with Pamelyn.
Learn this trivia "ASAP as possible." The American version of "The Office" ran for nine seasons, won four primetime Emmy awards before it ended in 2013 and is still considered one of the greatest television comedies of all time.
Michael Scott may have bought himself the mug for "World's Best Boss," but after all those awkward-cum-hilarious years he truly earned that title. In honor of John Krasinski's birthday (it's today, Oct. ) read on for five things you didn't know about "The Office." There may be no "bears, beets or 'Battlestar Galactica'" here, but there's definitely trivia.
The most notable example is that they both played in a rock band from the '60s called The Grass Roots.I have a studio picture of us together with Walter Brennan, Butch Patrick, Bobby Riha and Andrea Sacino in the 'Schoolhouse Scene'."Pamelyn and her friend Pam Stedwell, playing at the studio on the Partridge Family bus after shooting an episode of Blondie. Pamelyn says she got her "first kiss" from friend Danny Bonaduce when they were age eight.(Another fan points out an inconsistency in this memory: Blondie was filmed at Universal Studios, while the Partridge Family was filmed at Columbia Studios.Another fan points out that the Partridge Family didn't begin until a year after Blondie was cancelled.Later, Pam Stedwell found a second picture of this bus and it says "Magic Bus" so perhaps it was a 60s prop at Universal.)From the TV Feature Film Source Book: "Drama of a stray German shepard dog who helps a young boy adjust to life with his new stepfather. If you'd like your own 8x10s of these original ABC photo releases, please visit his site.