Someone Put The Baby Face Filter Over The Characters From The Office And The Result Is Hilarious

Who loves babies more than Michael Scott from ‘The Office’ – as he explains, “Babies are drawn to me. And I think it’s because they see me as one of them. But… cooler and with my life put together a little bit more.” But what if not just babies say him as one of them, what if we all did? Introducing ‘The Office: Child Edition.’

Someone on Reddit posted the characters from the comedy with Snapchat’s baby face filter, which scrunches your head and gives your chubby cheeks and giant eyes, effectively transforming any face into an adorable child. Check out all your favorites from the show as kids so cute that Angela would want to put them on a poster.

Michael Scott

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Steve Carell was not the original Michael Scott. He had accepted a role on an NBC comedy show called ‘Come to Papa’ which had made him unavailable for filming. The show was canceled after for episodes and he came on to take the role. Without Carell, the role of Scott would have gone to Bob Odenkirk.

Jim Halpert

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The opening credit footage of Scranton, PA was shot by John Krasinski. When he found out he had been cast as Jim he went to Scranton for research and even interviewed real employees of actual paper companies. Talk about a method actor! Side bit: the directors originally asked him to read for the part of Dwight, but he insisted he be considered for Jim.

Pam Beesly

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Pam played by Jenna Fischer may have had fake babies with Jim played by John Krasinski onscreen but Fischer had some real connections in her motherhood scenes. Not only did Fischer’s real pregnancy coincide with her character’s, but Pam’s lactation consultant in ‘The Delivery” episode is played by Lee Kirk, Fischer’s real-life husband. And despite the cattiness of whose a better mom between her and Angela Kinsey, in real life, the two are best friends and she is the godmother of Kinsey’s child.

Dwight Schrute

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Dwight Schrute played by actor Rainn Wilson was inspired by his own family. “I brought to the writers a bunch of pictures of my family, a very eclectic and trailer park-y bunch,” Wilson said. “That gave them the idea that Dwight’s background might be more rural or white trash. It was introduced in Season 2 that Dwight owned a beet farm. That was based on Greg’s grandparents, who used to raise beets back in Poland before the war.”

Ryan Howard

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B.J Novak played roles both on and offscreen for the show. But his show-writing isn’t the only literary experience this multi-talented creative has. Novak is a best-selling author and signed a seven-figure book deal with publishers Alfred A. Knopf for two books back in 2013. Novak released One More Thing: Stories and Other Stories in 2014. Looks like Novak’s Harvard degree in English and Spanish literature paid off.

Creed Bratton

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The character of Creed Bratton is played by… Creed Bratton. He is another character whose real-life persona and character’s persona have few differences. Originally he was cast as an extra in the background but then incorporated him into the show because of his ‘odd’ personality. Gradually they started to give him lines until he became a hilariously beloved regular.

Toby Flenderson

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The character of Toby played by Paul Lieberstein, who wrote for the show, is actually pretty true to Lieberstein’s offscreen personality. The actor is an incredibly shy person and was not a fan of being onscreen, despite his co-stars applauding his talents. For this reason, Toby has very few lines in any episode written or directed by Lieberstein and even called writer/actress Mindy Kaling the true “King of Toby.”

Oscar Martinez

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Oscar Nunez, played by Oscar Martinez, wasn’t sure that the show would be a success (which it wasn’t for the first season) so when he first got the role he decided to keep his jobs as a waiter and a babysitter. Hey, you can never be too careful!

Angela Martin

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Unlike Jenna Fischer, Angela Kinsey’s pregnancy did not coincide with that of her character’s. The actress was pregnant throughout the run of Season 4 so some creative strategies had to be employed to hide her growing bump. If you re-watch these episodes you will notice her hiding her stomach behind bags, printers, or strategically placed boxes.

Kevin Malone

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Kevin Malone played Brian Baumgartner was a hilarious lovable character on the show, who didn’t let his heavy-set figure stand in the way of his confidence. Baumgartner was around 300 lbs when he first started auditioning and while there is not an exact number, he lost around 50 and 100 lbs leaving Dunder Mifflin.

Andy Bernard

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Andy Bernard played by Ed Helms is constantly on a quest to show off his musical talents, but that is because Helms himself is actually quite the musician. In the episode “The Convict” he serenades Pam with“The Rainbow Connection” on his banjo and then uses the same instrument to woo Erin in “Michael Scott Paper Company” with a rendition of “Country Roads.” Offscreen Helms uses his talents as a banjo player in a bluegrass group called The Lonesome Trio.

Darryl Philbin

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In 2010 Steve Carell announced that he would be leaving “The Office” and the showrunners had to come up with a new manager. Apparently, Craig Robinson didn’t just play an ambitious Darryl Philbin and tried to get the role. in an interview with The Huffington Post, he revealed, “I think one day I handed Toby a dollar bribe.” While he was considered for the role, the showrunners said his character was too logical and wouldn’t cause enough daily mayhem and antics.

Stanley Hudson

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Leslie David Baker is known for his monotone, fed-up Stanley Hudson always ready to leave work and go home – but maybe his previous work experience helped with that. Before taking on roles in The Office, Malcolm in the Middle and That ‘70s Baker revealed to Chicago Mag he used to work for Chicago’s Board of Education, the Department of Health, and the Office of Cable and Communications.

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