It’s one of those things that you’re in the room for, but it’s not a moment where you see all of the people around you.
I like to think of myself as an employee and I’m an actor.
I’m always in the same room with my fellow actors and producers.
So I don’t miss the show.
I feel like when it comes to being an actor, it’s just as much about having to do with the people and making sure that the best and brightest people get to work, and that everybody is treated fairly and that you have a great work environment.
I don of course miss being on the show, but I’m a huge fan.
[It’s] been fun to be a part of it.
When I was on the set, it was such a privilege to be able to share those experiences with my peers, and now that I’m in a show, I get to share them with a much wider audience.
When you’re on the road, you don’t always get to be part of the same team.
There’s always somebody else working.
So it’s been really rewarding for me to be on that show.
And now that the show is gone, I’m going to go back and watch it with my friends.
[And] it’s going to be great to hang out with them again.
It’s just a pleasure to be around.
[The Office] is my favorite TV show of all time, period.
It was a real privilege to have that experience, and it’s such a great legacy for the show to have, and the talent that we’ve brought in.