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He received 0,000 per episode while performing in his breakthrough series grossed a total of million only in the United States only in the opening weekend.The movie collected 7.2 million in the United States and 9.9 million worldwide.In December 2016, they sold a semi-rural estate in Ojai, CA for .4 million being purchased four years earlier for .15 million.They sold a 3,483 square foot custom-renovated home in Los Angeles for .505 million to concert T-shirt tycoon Dell Furano.Their marriage wasn't perfect, but no real life marriage is.They struggled with fulfilling their dreams beyond a paper company while also raising two kids and keeping their love alive, and while their problems weren't necessarily something to strive for, they were reassurance that even when you're one of TV's most iconic couples and also you're totally fictional, relationships need work in order to work.They're one hot, funny, talented, and very in love (practically obsessed with each other) movie star couple.The thing about Jim and Pam, though, is that they were maybe the exact opposite of a movie star couple.
They pulled elaborate pranks on their own real-life Dwight Schrute, Jimmy Kimmel, and had two daughters named Hazel and Violet, and collaborated on a critically acclaimed horror movie.
He studied at Newton South High School and completed his graduation in 1997. He completed his graduation from Brown University in theatre arts in 2001.
While in school, he made his stage debut as Daddy Warbucks in the musical with co-star B. Also, he attended the National Theater Institute in Waterford, Connecticut. He began his professional career as a scriptwriter on the show .
As one of the stars of NBC's , Krasinski played the Jim half of Jim and Pam, the quietly sarcastic couple whose bumpy love story spanned the entire series.
It's a fictional romance that has transcended its TV comedy world to become something more, something lusted after by fans who it as their ideal relationship, and something that, for a while, made it a little bit hard to love John and Emily as much as we loved Jim and Pam.