Creed Bratton (character)

Creed Bratton (character)

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Creed Rowland Bratton, also known as "William Charles Schneider" (claims to have been born November 1, 1925) is a fictional character from the U.S. television series The Office. 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 equivalent in the original BBC series despite sharing similar lines in the pilot episode with the character of Malcolm. B. J. 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 his fictional alter ego has a very dark side to him. His resourcefulness and duplicity are his defining traits along with his senile behavior and ignorance of the modern world.

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Creed Bratton (character) - Character History - Seasons 7–8
... In the season premiere "Nepotism", Creedparticipates with his co-workers by playing a Fender when they perform a lip dub to "Nobody but Me", with the intention of placing the video on the Internet ... office assistant Luke is Michael's nephew, Creedsays in a talking-head interview "I couldn't care less about nepotism ... Creedalso indicates he follows Luke on the social-networking website Twitter specifically because Luke does not write about the actress Betty White ...

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