Regina Marie "Jenna" Fischer
|Birthplace:||Fort Wayne, Allen, Indiana, United States|
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About Jenna Fischer
Regina Marie "Jenna" Fischer (born March 7, 1974) is an American actress and director. She is most widely known for her Emmy-nominated portrayal of Pam Halpert (née Beesly) on the NBC situation comedy and mockumentary The Office, and has also appeared in several films, including Blades of Glory, Walk Hard: The Dewey Cox Story, The Promotion and Hall Pass.
Fischer was born in Fort Wayne, Indiana, but raised in suburban St. Louis, Missouri, the daughter of Jim, a plastics engineer, and Anne (née Miller) Fischer, a history teacher. Fischer has one younger sister, Emily, a third grade teacher.
Ethnicity: German, Swiss-German, Northern Irish (Scots-Irish), Irish, Scottish, English, Bohemian (Czech), Hungarian
Jenna Fischer is an American actress and director. Her father is of mostly German, as well as Swiss-German, Northern Irish (Scots-Irish), Scottish, and English, descent. Her mother has German, 1/4 Bohemian (Czech), 1/4 Hungarian, and possibly English, ancestry.
Jenna’s paternal grandfather was Edward Michael Fischer (the son of Edward Christian Ernst Fischer and Mary Emilie Thomann). Jenna’s grandfather Edward was of German descent.
Jenna’s paternal grandmother was Georgia Louise Crone (the daughter of Elmer Neal Crone and Stella Louise McKenna). Elmer’s father was from Ballymena, Northern Ireland. Stella’s mother was German.
Jenna’s maternal grandparents were Harold William Miller (the son of Edward Joseph Miller and Vilheminy “Minnie” Schultz) and Helen J. Bruns (the daughter of Julius E. Bruns and Anna). Vilheminy was of Bohemian (Czech) descent. Julius was of German descent. Anna was Hungarian.