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Main characters[ edit ] The Office is essentially a character-based comedy, portraying the people who work in an office environment. While being more of an ensemble piece than star-driven, four characters are the primary focus of the show: Insecure, and somewhat narcissistiche believes he is a successful maverick in the business world and a Renaissance mantalented in philosophy, music and comedy.
Although he thinks he is patient, funny and popular, others perceive him as annoying, rude and selfish. His immature behaviour comes across as he bumbles around the office — always hovering around the camera — telling unfunny jokes, performing hackneyed impressions, and generally getting into trouble by talking before thinking.
Brent thinks he is a kind, politically correct man, but his preoccupation with this position, and the discrepancy between it and his often patronising and at times offensive jokes, gets him into trouble.
Unlike David, Tim is witty and considerate. His humour and kindness make him one of the most likeable employees in the office, but at 30 he still lives with his parents and works at a job he believes to be completely pointless.
He maintains his sanity by pursuing an improbable romance with receptionist Dawn Tinsley and by playing practical jokes on Gareth. Although he wishes to leave Wernham Hogg to study psychology, his insecurity prevents him from taking any significant action. During Series One and Two, he also fails to further pursue a relationship with Dawn.
Chosen as David's successor at the end of series 2, he declines and lets Gareth take the position, which, however, does not keep him from playing pranks on Gareth.
Gareth Keenan Gareth Keenan is Tim's selfish deskmate and enemy. Gareth is a humourless jobsworth with few good personality traits. He is obsessed with his military service in the Territorial Army and annoys Tim with his pretentious comments. He takes pride in being " Team Leader ", not realising his title is mostly meaningless, he imposes the little authority he has on his co-workers.
He is stubborn and insensitive.
Tim and Dawn repeatedly insinuate homosexuality through questioning him about his military experience using double entendres. Apparently proud of his close connections with David and glossing over David's poor treatment of him, he later — during the Christmas special — gets back at David by patronising and humiliating him in front of the cameras.
Dawn Tinsley Dawn Tinsley is the company receptionist and Brent's dogsbody. She frequently has to put up with his attempts at humour and social interaction.
Secondary characters[ edit ] Several other recurring characters, although not central to the episodes, played an important role in the series.
Keith Bishop Ewen MacIntosh: Keith works in the accounts department. Heavy set, slow-talking and apparently emotionless, he is a man of few words. When he does speak, his comments can be eloquent and sometimes disturbing.
His counterpart in the U. Chris Finch "Finchy" Ralph Ineson: A "bloody good" outside sales representative, he is the only character in the series who is genuinely and deliberately narcissistic.As you may already know, Shine On Hollywood Magazine is an up-and-coming eMagazine with a rapidly growing viewership.
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