Ed Helms, best known for his role as Andy Bernard in the hit TV show "The Office," recently revealed why he was upset with how things ended with his co-star Ellie Kemper on the show. In an interview, Helms explained that he felt his character was made very unlikable in the final season, and there may have been several factors to explain his disappointment. Despite this, Helms remains grateful for the opportunity the show gave him and the success it brought him.
In Hollywood, some actors simply prefer to lead ultra-private lives, and Ed Helms seems to be one of them. He has always been known for keeping his personal life out of the spotlight, and this has allowed him to maintain a sense of normalcy despite his fame. Helms believes that maintaining a level of privacy is crucial to staying grounded in an industry that can often be overwhelming.
One of Helms' most notable roles was in the comedy film "The Hangover" alongside Bradley Cooper and Zach Galifianakis. Helms credits his co-stars for helping him stay sane during the demanding filming process. He stated, "If it wasn't for Bradley and Zach, I don't think I would've stayed sane." The success of "The Hangover" catapulted Helms' career to new heights and solidified his status as a comedic actor.