In February 2009, it was announced that Angela and her husband Warren were separating.
Angela is listed among Zap2It.com's Most Underrated Actors/Actresses of 2007.
2009(nomination)- SAG Award for "Outstanding Performance by a Ensemble in a Comedy Series" for The Office.
2008(win)- SAG Award for "Outstanding Performance by a Ensemble in a Comedy Series" for The Office.
2007(win)- Daytime Emmy for Outstanding Broadband Comedy for Webisodes: The Accountants.
2007(win)- SAG Award for "Outstanding Performance by a Ensemble in a Comedy Series" for The Office.
2006(win)- Women in Film's WIN award for "Outstanding Comedy Series" for The Office. Shared with female castmates.
Angela gave birth to her first child, Isabel Ruby, on May 3, 2008.
Angela is a huge fan of the NBC show Friday Night Lights.
Angela and her The Office castmates like to get together on Thursday nights and watch the show as a group.
Angela has imagined back-stories for her The Office character. Some of these include that her character Angela likes to mall-walk so she doesn't get sun-burned or get cold, she marks initials on her Tupperware, and writes down who borrows it, and that she has a cat named Sprinkles who she throws birthday parties for.
Angela and co-star Jenna Fischer came up with the main idea for the Women in The Wokrplace seminar in the "Boys and Girls" episode of The Office. The two were recalling the seminars they attended at previous jobs.
Angela is a secondary character on The Office, but during the summer hiatus, her character as well as the other accountants, Oscar and Kevin, filmed ten short two minute episodes for NBC.com. For the first time, these three were the focus of the show.
Angela claims she has almost nothing in common with her The Office character Angela Martin, except she can be a little bossy at times too. She says she is not as uptight as her character.
The more interesting places Angela has been recognized at are Starbucks, the grocery store, test-driving cars, and a U2 concert.
Angela's six favorite episodes of The Office are Diversity Day, Health Care, The Secret, The Christmas Episode, Booze Cruise and the Valentine's Day episode.
Angela loves to roller-skate.
Angela originally auditioned for the role of Pam Beesly on The Office but was told she was too feisty to play Pam.
Angela took improvisation classes with The Groundlings and Improv Olympic while in Los Angeles.
Angela was a member of Chi Omega Sorority in college.
Angela attended Baylor University.
Angela worked as an intern for Late Night With Conan O'Brien in 2004.
Angela used to work as an operator 1-800-DENTIST when she was struggling as an actress and used this experience for her work on The Office.
Originally from Texas, Kinsey grew up in Jakarta, Indonesia, and still speaks the language.
She has a blog that she updates every week on Myspace under the name "accountinglady".
Angela had an article about her in "Cat Fancy" magazine, talking about her cats at home.
Angela Kinsey appeared on an NBC episode of Fire Me Please that was aired at 9:00 pm est. Unfortunately, she lost.
Angela: (on being friends with Jenna Fischer and a nemesis of her character in The Office) Oh -- it's so much fun. It's ridiculous, it's crazy. Because right before the director will yell action, we'll be talking and I'll be like, (giddy) "You did! You got it! Where did you get it? What size? And it came in green? Did you get the shoes? I'm totally going with you!" And then they'll yell action, and I'll be like, (deadpan) "Pam, you are a stupid woman." (laughs)
Angela: Doing movies is a lot of fun and I hope to do more film and I hope that I can be a character actress for a long time.
Angela: (comparing herself to her character in The Office) I'd say the one thing we have in common other than the name is I think sometimes I can be a little bossy, but only with people I care a lot about, which is probably horrible.
Angela: The best piece of advice I've gotten -- hmmm, well that is tough. I feel like I've gotten so much good advice. One of my friends told me to enjoy it all. The tired moments, the happy moments, all of it is a gift.
Angela: My mom tells the story that when I was four years old, she was asking my sisters and I what we wanted to be when we grew up and I said I wanted to be Carol Burnett. My sister was like, "Truck driver."
Angela: I just can't imagine working on anything as great as The Office, so if this is what work on a TV show can be like, then sign me up. It's just such an amazing experience. It's by far, the coolest, most amazing job I've ever had in my life. If I can be on TV for years doing it, I'm great with that.
Angela: I'm way chatty, and I love anything social.