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Comments to the media by multiple inside sources, including Daniels, show that the roles might easily have gone to several other actors and actresses (TV series 2009-2015) star Adam Scott auditioned for the part of Jim Halpert and was nearly cast in the role.
Scott had the best chance of being cast because Krasinski's audition did not go well.
The Office, widely regarded as one of the best sitcoms ever, was contrived to look like a real documentary depicting the lives of employees at the Scranton, Pennsylvania branch of the fictional paper company Dunder Mifflin.
fans followed the romance of Jim and Pam which started with Pam as a receptionist engaged to Roy (David Denman), and Jim, a sales representative who pined with unrequited love for Pam until they got together and became a married couple.
He also said that David Denman, Craig Robinson, and John Krasinski, turned out to be perfect fits for their roles as Roy, Darryl and Jim respectively, and that he never regretted his decision to stick with the actors in their respective final roles.
John Krasinski and Jenna Fischer ended up in the roles of of Jim and Pam against all odds.
was due to the fact that they were "genuinely in love with one another." While fans debated the implications of what they took to be a confession by Fischer that she and Krasinski had a real-life romantic relationship, Krasinski insisted in an interview with that the media had misquoted Fischer or taken her words out of context.
“In real life, we aren't totally Pam and totally Jim, so in real life we're not the perfect match,” she said.Daniels told that he never had a reason to regret his final decision to cast Fischer and Krasinski as Pam and Jim.He insisted that Fischer turned out to be a perfect fit for the role of Pam.Krasinski was actually supposed to read for the part of Dwight Schrute, but he managed to convince the directors to allow him to read for Jim.He nearly flubbed his chance during an unexpected encounter with Daniels in the waiting room. Krasinski did not realize he was speaking with the executive producer of the show, so he spoke candidly, saying he feared that the Americans would flub the British show.