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'The Office' Star

Divorcing 'Mentalist' Hunk

10/28/2011 5:00 AM PDT BY TMZ STAFF

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The woman who played the receptionist on the British version of "The Office" is pulling the trigger on her 4-year marriage to "The Mentalist" hunk Owain Yeoman ... TMZ has learned.

Lucy Davis filed divorce papers in L.A. County Superior Court earlier this month ... citing irreconcilable differences as the reason for the split.

According to the docs, the couple separated back in January. They have no children together.

FYI -- Lucy's character was the basis for Pam Beesly on the American version of "The Office" ... which begs the question ...




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Phreaky    

Why would anyone care that an actress on British TV show is divorcing? And the real story here is, what are those gross bumps all over the side of her face near her eyebrow?

1061 days ago
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i said lesbians...    

the british office was hilarious, the american office was funny until about 3 seasons ago. this season is just dreadful.

1061 days ago
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James R. - Los Angeles    

I don't memba them.

1061 days ago
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bria    

There's a british Office?

1061 days ago
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Jackie    

Whatever....It's not new that these celebs divorce.

1061 days ago
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Stiletto    

To hell with "the office" ...she was the hottie blonde (Dianne) in "Shaun of the Dead"...that makes her a winner in my book : )

1061 days ago
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Jim    

The British Office is far superior to copycat American rubbish. That's the trouble with America, so insular, you actually believe you rule the world.

1061 days ago
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VOUDOU    

Love the office but the British version was mediocre at best. The actress featured here was certainly nothing noteworthy.

1061 days ago
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writenow    

In light of the number of women and children killed this month, by attorneys, Kids Killed can you cease with the phrase, "Pulling the trigger". Doesn't TMZ get what's really going on? Read the "Trending" section. Women need only think about divorcing to wind up dead.

1061 days ago
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electriczipper    

the british always copy our good shows..oh well

1061 days ago
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MittensRomney    

How can anyone who claims to be a journalist use the phrase "BEG THE QUESTION" to mean "forces the question"??? You are using it WRONG. LOOK IT UP. Don't use parts of the language you don't understand. Yes, I am nerd raging about it. Stop, please, stop.

1061 days ago
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jack-55d79    

The British, Gervais/Merchant/BBC, version was first. I had to vote British out of nationality. When I heard about the US version of The Office I thought it'd either be a rubbish facsimile of the BBC version, or fall into all of the traps some other sitcoms do. I was totally wrong. The Office (US) was different enough to be distinct and more importantly has/had a great crew and scripts. They're two totally different shows with common origins (rather like the US and the UK). The tone and style of both is radically different. So while I voted British the correct answer is "they're both good, ****-off". Lol.

1061 days ago
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Joe    

she's got a weird head.

1061 days ago
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Joe    

The brits are mad we won the war.

1061 days ago
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Delaware D    

Ricky Gervais' version is TV at its best. That entire cast was TOP NOTCH. It really felt like a real do***entary and not a scripted TV show.

1061 days ago
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