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Best Pam Beesly Costume Guide
Pam Beesly is a fictional character from the US adaption of The Office and is played by actor Jenna Fischer. Based on her UK version counterpart Dawn Tinsley, Pam is characterized as meek, plain, and extremely disinterested in her job as a receptionist for paper distribution company Dunder Mifflin.
She has a volatile relationship with her long-time fiancé Roy Anderson, but while she tries to hide it, she wants out of the engagement and develops feelings for paper salesman Jim Halpert. Seen as a bit of a pushover, and often the subject of her boss Michael Scott’s poor attempts at humor, the long-suffering receptionist wants more out of life but doesn’t quite know how to get there.
If you want to become everyone’s favorite TV receptionist Pam Beesly, you’ll need a White Shirt, Pink Cardigan, Brown Skirt, White Shoes, Brown Curly Hair
Pam Beesly Cosplay Costumes
Pam Beesly is a much-loved character of the US version of The Office, which has a range of interesting characters. If you’re considering attending a costume party with friends who share your love for the show, why not collaborate and have some friends dress as other characters from the hit sitcom, such as the unbearable Dwight Schrute, or Darryl Philbin. We’re sure you’d have no trouble finding a Michael Scott or Jim Halpert to join in the fun!
You could even cross continents and take on some of the UK version’s characters – David Brent, played by comedian and show creator Ricky Gervais, or even Pam’s UK counterpart Dawn Tinsley!
One thing is for sure – both versions of the show have millions of fans, so you’re sure to be a hit at any event if you’re going to dress as Pam Beesly!
About Pam Beesly
Pam Beesly is the receptionist at fictional paper distribution company Dunder Mifflin in the hit sitcom The Office, which is based on Ricky Gervais’ original UK version of the show.
Pam is played expertly by Jenna Fischer, who brings a nonchalance to the role. Not only is Pam not really interested in her low-level receptionist job, but she is equally disinterested and awkward when involved in the documentary interviews the show is based on. She is engaged to her high-school boyfriend Roy Anderson but is unhappy in the often fiery relationship. She develops feelings for her colleague Jim Halpert, who feels the same but is unable to act due to her relationship status.
As the series goes on, the pair does get together, and Pam rises from her receptionist position to become a salesperson and ultimately office administrator. By the end of the series, she is married to Jim, has two children, and the couple leave Dunder Mifflin to pursue a new life in Texas.