The Office is often compared to Friends, Community, and even Sex and the City. And rightfully so, as all these shows have become iconic and are still popular years after airing their last episodes.

In a small paper company office in Scranton, the workers are forced to endure a slew of shenanigans from their idiot boss as well as each other. This story is dosed with so much cringe-worthy yet sparkling humor that the jokes still hit even after ten years after the show’s end.

The Office was shot in a mockumentary style, with a shaking camera and a lot of lingering shots. Such an unusual approach was strange to look at at first, and due to low ratings, the showrunners almost canceled the series. Until suddenly, the audience developed a taste for this medium, and the Dunder Mifflin came back to life once again.

So let’s take a look at the best part of the show – the actors, and see how they’re holding up these days.

1. John Krasinski

After the Office, Krasinski became a successful screenwriter and director, and of course, he kept appearing on-screen in movies like A Quiet Place and the latest Marvel hit — Dr. Strange and the Multiverse of Madness.

2. Steve Carell

The role of Michael Scott brought Carell the Golden Globe Award, which he added to his collection. After seven seasons, the actor left the Office and started appearing in more movies, including The Incredible Burt Wonderstone, Anchorman 2, and the whole Despicable Me franchise.

3. Jenna Fischer

Secretary Pam Beesley was probably the sanest person in the Office, and after the series ended, Jenna continued her acting career. She starred in You, Me and the Apocalypse, The Giant Mechanical Man, and Splitting Up Together.