Jenna Fischer Net Worth 2020, Biography, Education and Career.
Jenna Fischer Net Worth 2020 – Jenna Fischer is an award-winning American actress, screenwriter and film producer who is most known for her Pam Beesly role on the NBC sitcom The Office.
For almost 2 decades in the movie world, the actress has featured in over 20 movies and many TV productions. Jenna was nominated for the 2007 Primetime Emmy Award for Outstanding Supporting Actress in a Comedy Series. Jenna Fischer is an American actress and director who has a net worth of $15 million dollars.
Originally named as Regina Marie Fischer, it is not clear how her professional name “Jenna” came into the picture. Her birth date is March 7, 1974.
Jenna Fischer has a multi-cultural and ethnic ancestry- German, Swiss, Scots-Irish, English, and Czech. She was born in Fort Wayne, Indiana but the middle-class family later moved to St. Louis, Missouri, where Jenna was raised.
For her education, Jenna attended Pierremont Elementary School in Manchester, Missouri, and later proceeded to a privately run all-girls Catholic school, Nerinx Hall High School.
She also graduated from Truman State University with a degree in Theatre Arts and a minor in journalism. Initially, she had enrolled as a Pre-Law student before changing her mind.
Her first onscreen appearance was for a medical ad video. In time, with so much struggle, she finally made her film debut as a professional actress in Born Champion (1998). The Office which she is most popular for was originally a BBC series.
Jenna auditioned for the role and got the Pam Beesly role. In the show, Jenna’s character is that of a shy but artistic receptionist who grows on the job while balancing it up with her personal life.
Jenna Fischer has starred in movies like LolliLove, Hall Pass, Blades of Glory, Walk Hard: The Dewey Cox Story, The Promotion, and The Giant Mechanical Man which was directed by her husband, Lee Kirk.
Jenna directed and co-wrote LolliLove. Adding to writing movie scripts, she wrote and published her first book in acting, The Actor’s Life: A Survival Guide.