From the Vault – The Office interviews

Last night fans said goodbye to the American version of The Office, a show that ran on NBC for nine seasons (and over 200 episodes). If you are having trouble letting go of the much loved sitcom, spend some time reliving the glory days with our classic interviews with members of the cast. In 2006 and 2007, we talked to Angela Kinsey (Angela), Kate Flannery (Meredith), Brian Baumgartner (Kevin) and Melora Hardin (Jan). You can find links to all of those interviews in this installment of “From the Vault.”

One on One with Angela Kinsey
(Originally published Feb 28th, 2006)
Angela Martin can be a bit uptight. She is the sort of judgmental buzzkill that we’ve all had to deal with in our workplace. But Angela Kinsey, who plays Martin on The Office, couldn’t be more different from her character. Upbeat and bubbly, this Texan was more than happy to sit down and chat with us.

One on One with Kate Flannery
(Originally published Apr 4th, 2006)
Alcoholic and lactose intolerant, Meredith Palmer is definitely an interesting character. And while she might not be the best employee in the world, she is definitely fun at parties. Fearlessly tackling the role is Kate Flannery, who was nice enough to sit down and talk to us.

One on One with Brian Baumgartner
(Originally published May 2nd, 2006)
It’s hard not to love Kevin Malone. The spectacularly unspectacular Dunder-Mifflin employee can get away with talking about Hedonism or his favorite number, 69, simply by flashing a big grin to the camera. Portraying Kevin is Brian Baumgartner, who sat down and talked to us about life at The Office.

One on One with Melora Hardin
(Originally published Nov 15th, 2007)
Jim and Pam’s relationship may grab all of the headlines, but any real fan of The Office knows that the show’s true power couple is Michael Scott and Jan Levinson. Playing Jan on the show is Melora Hardin, who luckily is much more grounded than her character, who continues to spiral out of control. We recently talked with Hardin about The Office, the writers’ strike and what it feels like to have almost been Marty McFly’s girlfriend.

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