Whatever Happened To Danny From The Office?

"The Office" is full of characters whose work performance falls somewhere on the sliding scale from nonexistent to questionable. However, every once in a while, a genuinely talented businessperson wanders in the Dunder Mifflin offices. Such is the case with Season 7 character Danny Cordray, a magnificently talented, handsome traveling salesman who appears in two episodes. While few people can deny that Danny is basically the best there is at his job, his professional excellence causes some jealousy, and his personal history with Pam Beesly (Jenna Fischer) puts him on a mild, yet humorous collision course with her, Jim Halpert (John Krasinski), and Dwight Schrute (Rainn Wilson) alike.

Like so many other minor "The Office" characters, however, Danny proved to be but a ship in the sea, briefly sailing through the show before wandering off to do his own thing. Let's take a look at what his actor has been up to after he left "The Office."

Timothy Olyphant has starred in numerous shows and movies since The Office

A big reason why Danny is so charming is that he's played by none other than Timothy Olyphant. Olyphant was already huge when he took the role, thanks to his multiple movie roles and, in particular, his turn as Seth Bullock in HBO's "Deadwood."

After leaving "The Office," Olyphant has added numerous major roles in his hearty résumé. Along with appearing in major movies like "Snowden," "Once Upon a Time in ... Hollywood" and "Amsterdam," he's continued his impressive small screen run. From 2010 to 2015, Olyphant starred in FX's "Justified" as U.S. Marshal Raylan Givens, regularly butting heads with larger-than-life characters like Walton Goggins' Boyd Crowder. 

Apart from these notable roles, Olyphant has appeared in "Santa Clarita Diet" as Joel Hammond, "Fargo" Season 4 as Marshal Dick Wickware, and even found the time to join the "Star Wars" universe as fan-favorite "The Mandalorian" character Cobb Vanth, who also appears in "The Book of Boba Fett."