It has somehow already been almost seven years since “The Office” went off the air following a nine-season run on NBC, and yet, the show still has an uncanny relatability to fans all over the country.

While we loved watching them all as their characters who slaved away at Scranton’s Dunder Mifflin paper company, thankfully, the show hasn’t been the only way for us to still keep up with the show’s stars. In honor of Dwight Schrute himself (a.k.a actor Rainn Wilson who celebrates his 54th birthday today), here’s a look at what the show’s stars have been up to since their times in Scranton, Pa.

Leslie David Baker

Since his time as the lovable but grumpy Stanley Hudson, Baker has had roles in “Still the King,” “Raven’s Home” and “The Happytime Murders.”

Brian Baumgartner

Baumgartner has had a series of bit parts on shows since his time as Kevin Malone, and has two upcoming projects in the works-- “My Boyfriend’s Meds” and “Electric Jesus.”

Steve Carell

Carell’s time as Michael Scott was certainly not the start of his career, but things certainly didn’t quiet down afterward. Roles in films like “Anchorman 2:  The Legend Continues,” “Despicable Me,” “Beautiful Boy,” “Welcome to  Marwen” and “The Morning Show” have kept him busy.

Jenna Fischer

Not only does she host an “Office Ladies” podcast with former co-star Angela Kinsey, but Fisher has starred in several projects since her time on the show, including roles on “You, Me and the Apocalypse,” and “Splitting Up Together.”

Kate Flannery

In addition to several roles in TV shows and films since her time as Meredith Palmer, Flannery most recently took a turn on the dance floor on Season 28 of “Dancing With the Stars.”

Ed Helms

Helms is a regular presence in comedy films, not only finishing up his time as Stu in “The Hangover” movies the same year “Office” ended but also going on to roles in “Vacation,” “Love the Coopers” and “Tag.”

Mindy Kaling

Kaling not only followed up her time as Kelly Kapoor with her own series “The Mindy Project,” but lent her voice to the film “Inside Out,” where she was disgust. She most recently appeared as Audra for three episodes of “The Morning Show.”

Ellie Kemper

Following her time as Erin Hannon, Kemper most notably went on to lead her own series on Netflix, “Unbreakable Kimmy Schmidt,” for four seasons.

Angela Kinsey

In addition to co-hosting a podcast with Fischer, Kinsey has had a number of roles since her time as the uptight and judgmental Angela Martin. Some projects included “The Hotwives of Orlando,” “Impress Me,” “The Hotwives of Las Vegas,” “Haters Back Off” and “Fresh Off The Boat.”

John Krasinski

Jim Halpert has become one of the most recognizable faces in Hollywood thanks to his real-life marriage to Emily Blunt, but he has really made waves with his career as well. Most recently his work starring in and directing “A Quiet Place,” followed by his behind-the-camera work in the upcoming “A Quiet Place 2” has earned him plenty of acclaim.

B.J. Novak

Novak, who is the godfather to co-star Mindy Kaling’s baby, has had roles in films like “Saving Mr. Banks” and “The Amazing Spider-Man 2,” but also on Kaling’s show, “The Mindy Project.”

Oscar Nuñez

Following his run as Oscar Martinez, Nuñez famously went on to roles in “Benched,” “People of Earth,” “Mr. Iglesias,” and “3Below: Tales of Arcadia.”

Craig Robinson

Since his time as Daryl Philbin, Robinson has gone on to have roles in “Hot Tub Time Machine 2,” “Mr. Robinson,” “Mr. Robot,” “Ghosted” and “Brooklyn Nine-Nine.”

Phyllis Smith

Since her time as Phyllis Vance, Smith’s most notable performance was loaning her voice to the Sadness character in the hit film “Inside Out.”

Rainn Wilson

The birthday boy has certainly kept busy since his time as beet farmer and Assistant (to) the Regional Manager came to an end. In addition to films, he also held roles on TV shows including “Backstrom,” and he also portrayed the role of Trevor on a few episodes of “Mom” in 2019. 2020 will see him tackling the role of Michael Stearns on “Utopia.” He also has the projects “Robodog” and “Don’t Tell A Soul” in post-production.

Rainn Wilson Curtis Lepore Rainn Wilson is pictured at the Tribeca Film Festival. Photo: Reuters/Lucas Jackson