David Wallace (The Office)
David Wallace is a recurring fictional character in the American comedy series The Office, portrayed by Andy Buckley. Wallace is introduced in the second season as the new chief financial officer of Dunder Mifflin. His character is established as a wealthier executive at the corporate headquarters in New York with an opulent home and wife, Rachel, and son. Despite his differing lifestyle from the members of the Scranton branch, David tolerates and understands the eccentricities and flaws of Regional Manager Michael Scott, and appreciates employees Jim Halpert and Toby Flenderson. He is let go in the sixth season following the absorption of Dunder Mifflin by Sabre, but later acquires Dunder Mifflin outright for $20 million and becomes CEO in the eighth season finale, "Free Family Portrait Studio".
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