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Creed Bratton is a character from the NBC sitcom The Office , played by the musician of the same name as a fictionalized version of himself. He is depicted as an elderly man working in the Scranton , Pennsylvania branch of Dunder Mifflin Paper as a quality assurance director. In the final episode of season 7 , Creed is the temporary manager of the Scranton branch as the company looks to hire a new manager to replace Deangelo Vickers. At the finale of season 9 , Creed is arrested for his various crimes over the years after he faked his own death. Creed Bratton is a former hippie and homeless man who is a quality assurance representative working at the Scranton branch of the Dunder Mifflin Paper Company. It becomes more apparent throughout the series that he is a prolific criminal and is arrested after faking his own death in season 9. Throughout most of the series, Creed has the most seniority and is the oldest at the Scranton branch. Although not much is known of Creed's origins as a child, he claimed to have been born in the United States and having a Swiss passport in the episode Lotto and recalls being born on November 1st numerous times. In Finale , manager Dwight Schrute mentions how Creed was in the band the Grass Roots in the 60s, as well as how he sold drugs, trafficked endangered species meat, and stole weapons grade LSD from the military. Creed was never actually hired, but walked in one day, and acted like he worked there and has been going in every day since then.
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For the actor, see Creed Bratton. Creed Rowland Bratton [1] claims to have been born November 1, [2] is a character from the U. Confusion may arise from the fact that the character is played by and partially based on the musician of the same name, Creed Bratton. Unlike most characters of this version of The Office , he has no analog in the original BBC series despite sharing similar lines in the pilot episode with the character of Malcolm. Novak has said that the actual Creed Bratton is exactly like the character he plays, except that the real Creed is a good-hearted and likable person, while Bratton's character has a very dark side to him. Creed Bratton is a deviant, former hippie and homeless man employed at the Scranton branch of paper distributor Dunder Mifflin as a quality assurance director. Creed is a mysterious figure who is prone to making bizarre or confusing statements on a regular basis. As a result of drug use during his career as a rock musician in the s, combined with signs of apparent mental illness, Creed has a phenomenally poor memory. In " The Convention ", he introduces himself to Meredith, after calling Angela "Andrea" implying that he thinks she just started working at Dunder Mifflin, despite her having worked there for several years. When seen at his office computer, he is usually playing spider solitaire.

Creed Bratton is a character from the NBC sitcom The Office , played by the musician of the same name as a fictionalized version of himself. He is depicted as an elderly man working in the Scranton , Pennsylvania branch of Dunder Mifflin Paper as a quality assurance director. In the final episode of season 7 , Creed is the temporary manager of the Scranton branch as the company looks to hire a new manager to replace Deangelo Vickers. At the finale of season 9 , Creed is arrested for his various crimes over the years after he faked his own death.

Creed Bratton is a former hippie and homeless man who is a quality assurance representative working at the Scranton branch of the Dunder Mifflin Paper Company. It becomes more apparent throughout the series that he is a prolific criminal and is arrested after faking his own death in season 9. Throughout most of the series, Creed has the most seniority and is the oldest at the Scranton branch.

Although not much is known of Creed's origins as a child, he claimed to have been born in the United States and having a Swiss passport in the episode Lotto and recalls being born on November 1st numerous times. In Finale , manager Dwight Schrute mentions how Creed was in the band the Grass Roots in the 60s, as well as how he sold drugs, trafficked endangered species meat, and stole weapons grade LSD from the military.

Creed was never actually hired, but walked in one day, and acted like he worked there and has been going in every day since then. He now serves as the quality assurance manager. Creed can be counted on to shirk nearly all responsibility, ranging from informal office duties such as spring cleaning [1] to his primary job responsibilities.

Creed teeters on the edge of homelessness and has professed his willingness to do whatever it takes to avoid becoming homeless again. Creed was additionally briefly romantically involved with Meredith Palmer.

Creed appears not to be bound by moral guidelines, exhibited most notably by his kleptomania. The episode " Casino Night " provides the first glimpse into this side of Creed's personality.

He steals gambling chips in order to win the evening's prize and admits in a talking head interview, "I love stealing things" and "Oh, I steal things all the time. It's just something I do. I stopped caring a long time ago. In the episode titled " Local Ad ," Jim buys breakfast for Pam because she slept at her desk all night. When she wakes, Jim explains that Creed snatched her hash browns while she was asleep on her keyboard.

Creed's lack of shame or morals extends beyond mere kleptomania. He places his wedding card on another guest's gift, [7] and blatantly stares at Pam's chest when she wears a low-cut sweater. When she asks him to stop, he serenely says, "In a minute.

Creed also was seen searching through Pam's desk in Season 4, episode 2. When it appears that the branch will be closing in " The Merger ," Creed lists all of the office equipment on Craigslist and can be seen throughout the episode selling printers and computers illegally. Upon learning that the branch will not be closing, he uses the money to buy the staff drinks. In "Product Recall," he not only engineers the firing of a blameless employee to cover for his mistake, but he sends around a sympathy card for her and then pockets all of the cash in it, throwing the card in the trash.

Creed believes that his blog URL is www. Describing the content of the blog, Ryan says, "Even for the Internet, it's pretty shocking. Creed can be seen in the background and in group scenes in the first season, but no storylines developed around him. In " Halloween ," Michael Scott is ordered to fire someone and he considers Creed who is dressed as a vampire , but Creed fights back and suggests Devon instead, and Devon is fired. Later in the season, it is revealed that Creed has four toes on his feet and enjoys arcade-style shooting games.

In " The Injury " he reveals to Michael that he spent some time in an iron lung when he was a teenager. Oscar declares in a talking head interview "that Creed is a very interesting guy to talk to. In a deleted scene from " Booze Cruise ," he takes an electric guitar from a failing Michael and performs a blues hit to an enthusiastic reception. He then reveals that he was once a member of The Grass Roots and, as a result of drug abuse, cannot concentrate for longer than 90 seconds.

He speaks simple Mandarin and has friends in China, possibly Huadu. He can identify strains of cannabis in high-resolution photographs.

He snacks on nutritious mung bean sprouts, which he keeps stashed in his desk on a damp paper towel, though he admits that "they smell like death". In " Casino Night ," Creed steals poker chips to win the evening's prize, a mini-fridge from Vance Refrigeration. He states that he has never owned a refrigerator before. In a talking head interview, Creed gleefully says "I love stealing.

In " Gay Witch Hunt ," Creed explains that he has no problem with homosexuality because he made love to many women during the s, "often outdoors, in the mud and rain" and that "it's possible a man slipped in; there would be no way of knowing. In " The Coup ," when Pam, at Kelly's insistence, wears a slightly more revealing shirt than is usual, Creed comes to her desk and stares at her for an awkwardly long time.

When she asks him what he wants, he says that he is "just looking. Creed approaches her and dangles a chain of paper clips in front of the infant. When Karen tells Creed that paper clips should not be given to babies due to swallowing, Creed replies with "it's okay, I've got tons of them. When Hannah Smoterich-Barr exposes her breast to put milk in a baby bottle, he takes a picture of it and puts it on the computer.

When confronted about the picture, he states he was "at the right place at the right time. In a deleted scene in " The Convict ," he tells of a wine that he made while in prison in the toilets and then says, "God, I miss that stuff".

This confusion also suggests Creed could have misinformed Michael about the circumstances of Ed Truck's death in the earlier episode " Grief Counseling. In " Business School ", he attempts to exterminate a bat that has entered the office using a can of pesticide. When Kelly tells him not to, out of sympathy for the bat, Creed informs her that "animals can't feel pain" once Kelly actually encounters the bat, she shrieks "Kill it! Kill it! Creed also readily enters into "an alliance" with Dwight to, if necessary, take violent action against Jim—Dwight fears Jim was bitten by the bat and may turn into a vampire, or perhaps merely carries the "vampiric germ".

Without hesitation, Creed fashions a stake, using tools he has readily available in his desk. He reveals to the camera that he runs a fake ID business out of the trunk of his car with a laminator that he stole from the sheriff's department.

He also said that Roy came in "very late at night" with a sock filled with nickels and that "Cheroot" defended himself with a can of hairspray and a lighter. When he tells this version of events, Angela denounces him as "useless", and Creed immediately returns to his crossword puzzle.

In " Product Recall ", his negligence leads to the paper being sent out with an obscene watermark. Every week he is supposed to do a four-hour quality spot check at the paper mill, and he is indignant that the watermark problem happened during the one year that he skipped out on those duties. He then does everything he can to keep his job and survive, like "I did when I was a homeless man". Creed engineers the transfer of blame from himself to a paper mill manager, for whom he procures a card and farewell money collected from all the workers; on his way out, he pockets the money and tosses the card.

In a deleted scene, after a newspaper reporter recognizes him and claims to have written his obituary—and he thanks the man for such a complimentary portrait—it was revealed that Creed faked his own death 10 years ago "for tax reasons", and admits that he draws benefits as his own widow. In " Women's Appreciation ", Creed is shown using the women's bathroom.

He says that he is a "pretty normal guy", who does one weird thing. I've been caught several times and I have paid dearly. In " Beach Games ", Creed is seen catching a fish with his bare hands, and then shows up later to a hot dog eating contest holding a fish skeleton and says, "Nobody told me we were having hot dogs! In " The Job ", Creed blogs about Pam's speech at the beach in his "blog," which is actually a Word document that Ryan, unwilling to expose an unprepared human race to the innermost workings of Creed's brain, opens up on his computer.

Ryan describes the things Creed writes about as shocking, "even for the Internet. After Dwight uses an invisible ink marker to determine that they are fakes Creed tells him "Listen, Schrutey" and threatens to flood the market with the fake Schrute bucks to render them worthless. In a preview for Season 4, Creed states that "it turns out" he has grandchildren and children, presumably from his many relationships in the s "The Office Summer Vacation" NBC promotional video.

In another video on NBC. In " Fun Run ", Creed states that he has been a member of many religious cults , both as a leader and follower. He prefers to be a follower but gets paid more for being a leader. He also displays an extensive knowledge of painkillers when he questions Meredith on what kinds of medication she has been administered for her pelvic fracture.

In a deleted scene, he swallows all of Meredith's painkillers and leaves none for an incredulous Meredith to take. In " Dunder Mifflin Infinity ", Creed dyes his hair black with printer ink, drinks Red Bull , try to use slang terms such as "cool beans" which has turned into a very popular T-shirt slogan , and refers to himself as being just under 30 to escape Ryan's supposedly imminent weeding out of older workers.

Then, Creed will have two chairs and will have "only one to go. He stated that he transfers his debt to another identity named "William Charles Schneider", which is the actor's birth name. It is furthermore suggested that "Creed Bratton" is not his real name, either. In " Job Fair ", Creed referred to Angela as "pumpkin", indicating that he had forgotten her name completely, as opposed to botching it by calling her "Andrea". In " Did I Stutter? In " Goodbye, Toby ", it is revealed that Creed does not remember his position at the company: when asked by Holly Flax about his occupation, Creed is struck clueless by her inquiry, and abruptly excuses himself to avoid answering the question.

In the following interview, he attempts to recall the name of his occupation, coming to the words, "quabitty assuance". While he acknowledges that this is not the name, he believes that he is "getting close" Creed works as a Quality Assurance Rep.

In a deleted scene, Creed says fondly that he gave the departing Toby the number of his friend Jorge in Costa Rica, who will hook Toby up with various items including "this amazing coffee that you snort". In " Weight Loss ", Kelly says that Creed sold her a "tapeworm" which would eat all her food and help her lose more weight. Creed then replied, "that wasn't a tapeworm. In " Crime Aid ", Creed strongly implies that he at some point assumed the identity of "Creed Bratton" from a man who "disappeared" after stealing from him.

Creed's costume choice upsets Kevin, who wears the same costume. It is soon revealed that Dwight is also wearing the same costume. In " Frame Toby ", Creed shows concern when two policemen show up at the office looking for narcotics. Michael and Dwight had actually called the cops in an attempt to frame Toby Flenderson for the possession of these narcotics. Creed is then shown in a talking head interview telling the camera crew to pretend that they are talking until the cops leave. In " Moroccan Christmas ", Creed is shown enjoying a hookah.

He also states that he could get a permit for ventilation in less than an hour, implying that he has connections with many people for various illegal activities. During the same exchange he mistakenly refers to Andy as "Jim".



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