Dakota Johnson Recalls Unpleasant Experience on 'The Office' Finale

Dakota Johnson, known for her roles in various films and series, recently shared her experience working on the iconic TV show "The Office" during an appearance on "Late Night With Seth Meyers."

Johnson's involvement with "The Office" was in the series finale, where she portrayed a new Dunder Mifflin employee.

Despite her excitement, Johnson found her time on set to be less than enjoyable, labeling it as the "worst time" of her professional acting career.

Johnson expressed disappointment at her minimal screen time, as she ended up speaking in just two scenes and mostly appearing in the background.

Johnson highlighted the awkward dynamics she encountered among the cast, with some members not speaking to each other, creating an uncomfortable atmosphere for her as a newcomer.

Despite her attempts to engage with the cast, Johnson felt ignored and isolated during her time on set.

Johnson's remarks shed light on the challenges actors can face behind the scenes, even in highly successful productions like "The Office."

Greg Daniels hinted at the possibility of reviving "The Office" but acknowledged the challenges, particularly after the departure of key cast members.