After high school, Krasinski attended Brown University, where he focused on playwriting.
He also worked as an intern on during this time and was part of a sketch comedy group called Out of Bounds.
In 2001, Krasinski graduated with honors from Brown and headed to New York City to purse a career in acting.
At first, the move was a struggle for him, and he worked as a waiter to make ends meet while also landing a few small roles on such television shows as .
As far as how she was quoted about saying we were ‘genuinely in love,’ I think that was taken wildly out of context and I feel bad for her,” said Krasinski at the time.
Well, at least “Office” fans can take solace in knowing Jim and Pam’s friendship lives on.
He next acted in a satirical play written and cast by his pal B. Novak when they were high school seniors, not knowing that they would in the future reunite as co-stars on the NBC sitcom "The Office".The actor is currently starring opposite Claire Danes and Hank Azaria in the off-Broadway play “Dry Powder,” and “rabid theater fan” Fischer came out Tuesday to support him.It started when Fischer was on “Watch What Happens Live” and said to a caller, “John and I have real chemistry. They played little league baseball and attended school together, and Krasinski later appeared in one of Novak's plays.At Newton South High School, he also played basketball and ran cross-country.
There’s like a real part of me that is Pam and a real part of him that’s Jim and those parts of us were genuinely in love with one another.” After “Office” fans went nuts over this revelation, Krasinski gave a kind of awkward comment shooting down the entire sentiment.