Jenna Fischer rose to fame for her portrayal of Pam Beesly in the NBC’s hit sitcom The Office, hence, it wouldn’t be surprising that Jenna Fischer would have attained a significant net worth as of 2019. The Office is the American remake of the British version of the same name. The Office is one of the most popular series in the comedy genre.
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Jenna Fischer is an immensely talented actress having delved in films, television and theatre alike. Accordingly, her main source of income is the profession of an actress.
She encountered rock bottom while trying to crack in Hollywood, however, Jenna Fischer net worth stands at a whopping $15 million, accrediting to her unwavering effort, and her talent.
She was earning a decent sum of $20k per episode even before her gig in The Office took some time to be a hit. Eventually, the series garnered higher view ratings. As a result, she received a greater pay rise and started earning $100k per episode.
Moreover, Jenna Fischer was earning $150k by the end of the series. Simultaneously, Fischer was paid $41k for playing a receptionist for Dunder Mifflin, as per a certain source.
Jenna doesn’t seem to be encountering any financial issues anytime soon, especially after the conclusion of The Office she went onto publish a book titled “The Actor’s Life: A Survival Guide” in 2017 with an introduction by her The Office co-star, Steve Carell.
With this in mind, Jenna had significant earnings throughout her career and is still earning. While this may be true, there are not many robust data available to conform to her current earnings.
Furthermore, various reports and statistics suggests that an actors’/actresses’ paycheck will be on the incline if he or she is nominated for her work. Jenna has a good number of nominations which should have augmented her earnings.
Box Office Collection
2003: Melvin Goes to Dinner | $4,170
2005: The 40-Year-Old Virgin | $177,380,000
2006: Slither | $12.8 million
2013: Are You Here | $938,942
2018: The 15:17 to Paris | $57.1 million
Jenna Fischer, previously Regina Marie Fischer, was born on March 7, 1974, to Anne Miller and James E. Fischer, who happens to be an engineer. She was born in Fort Wayne, Indiana, however, was raised in St. Louis, Missouri.
She attended an acting workshop, whence she paved a way to receive a degree in Bachelor of Arts in theatre and hence has been involved in theatre, the majority of her life.
At first, she struggled to break into film and television. For instance, she only had minor appearances as a guest on various shows such as Six Feet Under, That ’70s Show, Cold Case, Miss Match, Strong Medicine, Undeclared, What I Like About You, and Off Centre. Consequently, she decided to direct her mockumentary titled “LolliLove”, her very first and only directing credit.
She went onto marry James Gunn, who was introduced to her by his brother Sean Gunn. Although their marriage lasted only 8 years, ending in 2008, they remain good friends. Later on, she married Lee Kirk, with whom she shares two children; a son and a daughter.
Soon, she found success as an actress and has numerous acting credits to date; both in films and television and has also worked in various theatre companies throughout her career.
Owing to her laudable value of $15 million, Fischer is enjoying a rather lavish lifestyle. She owns a 4,565 sq. feet mansion complete with a swimming pool and a tennis court valued at $2.42 million making her affluence known. Previously, Jenna purchased the mansion for around $1.9 million.
Similarly, Fischer is a proud owner of a rather extravagant car, a 2005 Mercedes C55 AMG, which is worth $112k. Conversely, the details about her other properties are yet unknown to the public.
Fischer has several endorsements with popular clothing lines along with various footwear brands. In other words, it isn’t that difficult for an actress of her fame to land endorsement deals with high-end brands.
Apart from the aforementioned involvements, she actively participates in animal rescue. She is a strong advocate of animal rights and is occasionally found sheltering cats. She is affiliated with Los Angeles based organization called Kitten Rescue and Rescue Rover.
As a guest at DePauw University, she decided to donate all the money collected at the event to the Anti-Defamation League, NAACP, and The Trevor Project, to show reprimanding towards homophobic, racist, and anti-semitic chants inside the campus premises.
Furthermore, she is estimated to earn around $4,384 to $7,307 per post on Instagram, according to Influencer Marketing Hub. Her social media presence contributes to rack up her fortune.