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Broadband Emmy winner Angela Kinsey portrays the feisty, tightly-wound head of accounting "Angela Martin" at Dunder Mifflin on NBC's critically acclaimed show "The Office," voted television's best comedic ensemble by the Screen Actors Guild in 2007. The series also earned the 2006 Emmy Award for best comedy and has been nominated for a consecutive award this year.
Kinsey's television credits include, "All of Us," "Run of the House," "King of the Hill," "Mad TV," "Fire Me Please," "Spy TV," "Step by Step" and "The Blame Game." Her feature film credits include "Tripping Forward," and the short film "Career Suicide." "Career Suicide" has been chosen to play as part of Moviefone.com's short film festival and can be viewed online.
Kinsey has been a member of The Improv Olympic Theater for the last seven years. She has performed with several of the main stage troupes including "The Armando Show," and the all- female improv show "Bitch Planet." She has written and performed several of her own shows, including "Tiny Blonde," "Linz & Kinz," and was a featured member of the sketch show "Hot Towel," directed by comedian Dom Irrera.
As a struggling actress, Kinsey worked as an operator for 1-800-Dentist, and often draws upon her days in corporate America for her scenes in "The Office."
Angela completed a cameo appearance in Ken Kwapis' latest film "License to Wed," and also be seen starring in an episode of USA's hit series "Monk" this summer.
Originally from Texas, Kinsey grew up in Jakarta, Indonesia, and still speaks the language. A graduate of Baylor University, Angela currently lives in Los Angeles with her husband and their two cats. Her birthday is June 25th.
Be sure to check out Adventures with Angela on The Office site here.