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Dakota Johnson says filming The Office was the 'worst time of her life'
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Dakota Johnson says filming The Office was the 'worst time of her life'

Johnson made a cameo on the sitcom back in 2013

Dakota Johnson has revealed how filming The Office was the 'worst time of her life'.

Johnson, 34, has starred in a number of roles since her cameo appearance in the US sitcom - from the Fifty Shades franchise to Persuasion.

And this year, she's set to star in Madame Web - the new Marvel film.

But it seems that Johnson doesn't have fond memories of every part of her acting career, explaining her time on The Office was far from what she thought.

The actor made a cameo appearance back in 2013 as Dunder Mifflin, but didn't have the best time.

Speaking on Late Night With Seth Meyers, Johnson even described it as the 'worst time of her life'.

From how long she was filming to the dynamics on set, it sounds kind of disastrous.

"That was honestly the worst time of my life," she explained.

"They were like, 'Do you want to be in the series finale?' And I was like, 'Of course,' thinking that I'd show up for like half a day. I was there for two weeks. And I'm barely in the show."

Johnson made a cameo in The Office.

Johnson added that the dynamics on set were 'weird' explaining that no-one even spoke to her.

She said: "Some people didn't speak to each other. No one wanted to talk to me."

Despite being a hugely successful actor, Johnson recently spoke about the beginning of her career and how she was financially 'cut off' after deciding to pursue acting instead of going to college.

Speaking to Today she explained how her father, actor Don Johnson, wanted her to go to college.

"He cut me off. He said if you go to college, you still get an allowance. And I was like, 'Well, I'm going to be an actress.' So he was like, 'Alright, well you're on your own.' I was cut off," she said.

"I definitely like had moments where I couldn't afford groceries and things like that and needed to ask my mom to help me. She was the nice one."

Johnson spoke about the incident on Late Night With Seth Meyers.
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Meanwhile, Don has also spoken about what happened, telling Late Night With Seth Meyers: "We have a rule in the family that, you know, if you stay in school, you get to stay on the payroll. So, you go to college, you get to stay on the payroll.

"Toward the end of high school, I went to her and I said, 'So, do you want to go visit some colleges?' And she was like, 'Oh, no. I'm not going to college, no way.' I went, 'OK, you know what that means? You won't be on the payroll anymore.'"

Topics: Celebrity, Film and TV, The Office