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Before she was in TV and movies, Jenna Fischer was a struggling actor willing to do anything for a break. She requests that you do not judge her for poor decision making during this time. Jenna Fischer was Pam Beesley on the NBC comedy The Office for nine seasons. She appeared in films like Blades of Glory and Walk Hard: The Dewey Cox Story. Her new show, You, Me and the Apocalypseis, airs on NBC Thursday nights at 8pm.
While making a student film, Carlos Kotkin finds himself going to the dark side when when he plans to film a small cute fluffy animal being eaten alive by a snake. Carlos Kotkin is an author/screenwriter and regular contributor to UnFictional. He is a 14-time Moth story slam winner, including three grand slams.
Comic Jen Kirkman loves Hallmark Channel Christmas movies. They look cheap and are badly written, but somehow pack a powerful feminist message. Jen Kirkman is also the author of I Can Barely Take Care of Myself. Her Netflix Original Comedy Special is called I'm Gonna Die Alone (And I Feel Fine). Her second book, I Know What I’m Doing and Other Lies I Tell Myself; (Dispatches From a Life Under Construction) will be released in April.
All photos by Jeremiah Garcia
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