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ONTD Original-Ranking the top ten careers of the cast of Parks and Recreation

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Note-The long running show had lots of reoccuring characters such as Tammy 1 and Tammy 2 and who could forget Mona Lisa or Jean Ralphio. To make this list I decided to only focus on chracters who had been in at least 30 episodes of Parks and Rec.

10. Paul Shneider-I just don't have much to say about Mark Brendanawicz.

9. Retta-Retta has recently starred in the fan favorite show Good Girs, before that she appeared in movies such as To The Bone, Sex Ed, and Other People.

8. Nick Offerman-Before Ron Swanson brough Nick Offerman to the zeitegest, he was a character actor appearing in Miss Congeniality 2, Sin City, and Murder By Numbers. Since Parks premiered he has been in projects such as 21/22 Jump Street, We're The Millers, and Lucy In The Sky. He has been nomianted for two emmys for his reality show with Amy Phoeler, Making It.

7. Aziz Ansari-Aziz may have ranked higher on this list but his scandal has knocked him down several spots. Aziz has starred in the netflix show Master of None, done voice work for shows such as Bob's Burger, and has had comedy specials on Netflix.

6. Adam Scott-Adam Scott is one of those actors who just seems to show up in everything. Big Little Lies, Party Down, Stepbrothers, Krampus, the list goes on and on.


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5. Rashida Jones-A Hollywood legacy, Rashida has starred in movies such as Celest and Jesse Forever, The Social Network, and I Love You Man. She has starred in tv shows such as The Office, Angie Tribeca, and #BlackAF.

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4. Aubrey Plaza-Aubrey has probably been in more things than you realize, she has 83 acting credits and has starred in movies such as Ingrid Goes West, Scott Pilgrim vs the World, and Child's Play. She has starred in tv shows such as Legion, Castle, and Criminal Minds. She has also done a fair amount of voice work.

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3. Rob Lowe-Rob Lowe has had a long career dating back to the early eighties. Rob has starred in some classics like Tommy Boy, Wayne's World, and St Elmo's Fire. He's starred in tv shows such as Brothers and Sisters, The West Wing, and 911 Lone Star. He could possibly be argued for a higher spot. He was nominated for an Emmy for The West Wing.

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2. Amy Phoeler-A SNL favorite, Amy has a huge fan base and Leslie Knope remains a character beloved by millenials everywhere. Amy has starred in movies such as Sisters, Mean Girls, and voiced joy in Inside Out. She hosts a popular reality show with fellow Parks and Rec alum Nick Offerman, Making It. She has been nominated for FOURTEEN emmy's and won in 2014 for Parks and Rec.

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1. Chris Pratt-Oh it's pains me to put this man at #1. Although his star has dimmed due to many of his fans turning on him, the man behind Andy Dweyer was briefly one of the most in demand actors in Hollywood starring in franchises such as Jurassic World and The Gaurdians of The Galaxy and voiced the lead in The Lego Movies. He was also picked to work with the hottest actress of the moment Jennifer Lawrence in the movie Passengers. Who knows if he will contintue to book high profile roles, but for now his plate is full with Jurassic World-Dominion and more marvel fare such as Thor 4 and GOTG 3.

Poll #2112653 Who is #1?

Who has had the most successful career?

Chris Pratt
32(38.1%)
Amy Phoeler
26(31.0%)
Rob Lowe
8(9.5%)
Rashida Jones
3(3.6%)
Aubrey Place
7(8.3%)
Aziz Ansari
0(0.0%)
Paul Schneider
1(1.2%)
Retta
2(2.4%)
Nick Offerman
2(2.4%)
Adam Scott
3(3.6%)





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Tags: actor / actress, adam scott, amy poehler, asian celebrities, aubrey plaza, aziz ansari, black celebrities, ontd original, parks and recreation (nbc), rashida jones
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