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Tina Fey Biography

    Elizabeth Stamatina Fey was born in Upper Darby, Pennsylvania, just west of Philadelphia, in 1970 to Donald and Jeannec Fey. Going by the name of Tina, Ms. Fey considered herself a "supernerd" during her high school and college years. She studied drama at the University of Virginia, and after graduating in 1992, she headed to Chicago, the ancestral home of American comedy. While working at a YMCA to support herself, she started Second Citys first set of courses. After about nine months, a teacher told her to just skip ahead and audition for the more selective Second City Training Center. She failed but about eight weeks later, she re-auditioned and got into the year-long program. She ended up spending many years at The Second City in Chicago where many SNL cast members first started out. Then in 1995, "Saturday Night Live" (1975) came to The Second Citys cast, including Feys friend, Adam McKay , as a writer, searching for new talent. What they found was Tina Fey. When Adam was made Head writer, he suggested Fey should send a submission packet over the summer with six sketches, 10 pages each. Tina took the advice and sent them. After Lorne Michaels met her and saw her work she was offered a job a week later. She admitted that she was extremely nervous working in the legendary Studio 8H; being a foot shorter than everyone else, younger, and being one of the only female writers at the time. After a few years, Tina made history by becoming the first female head writer in the shows history. Tina also made her screen debut as a featured player during the 25th season by co-anchoring Weekend Update with Jimmy Fallon. Since Tina and Jimmy have taken over Weekend Update it has been considered the best ever. This year she made it to full fledged star by becoming a regular cast member, though she is hardly on the show, besides Update. And during the past two summers, Tina and Rachel Dratch performed their two-woman show to critical acclaim in both Chicago (1999) and New York (2000) and made their Aspen Comedy Festival Debut. Tina is married to Jeff Richmond , a Second City director and currently lives in New York City.


Tina Fey Filmography

  • (2014) The Muppets... Again! as Nadya
  • (2013) 19th Annual Screen Actors Guild Awards as Herself - Nominee (also archive footage)
  • (2013) Admission as Portia Nathan
  • (2013) Anchorman: The Legend Continues as
  • (2013) Betty White's 2nd Annual 90th Birthday as Herself (archive footage)
  • (2013) Elaine Stritch: Shoot Me as Herself
  • (2013) The 70th Annual Golden Globe Awards as Herself - Host & Nominee: Best Actress in a TV Series - Musical or Comedy
  • (2012) 18th Annual Screen Actors Guild Awards as Herself
  • (2012) Betty White's 90th Birthday: A Tribute to America's Golden Girl as Herself
  • (2012) Between Two Ferns: A Fairytale of New York as Herself
  • (2012) Emmys Red Carpet Live as Herself
  • (2012) Game Change as Sarah Palin (archive footage) (uncredited)
  • (2012) Hurricane Sandy: Coming Together as Herself (uncredited)
  • (2012) Inside Comedy as Herself
  • (2012) Iron Chef America Countdown as Herself - ICA Judge (archive footage)
  • (2012) Katie as Herself
  • (2012) Night of Too Many Stars: America Comes Together for Autism Programs as Herself
  • (2012) The 2012 Comedy Awards as Herself
  • (2012) The 64th Primetime Emmy Awards as Herself - Nominee: Outstanding Comedy Series/Outstanding Lead Actress in a Comedy Series & Presenter: Outstanding Lead Actress in a Drama Series
  • (2012) The 69th Annual Golden Globe Awards as Herself
  • (2012) The 84th Annual Academy Awards as Herself - Presenter: Best Film Editing, Best Sound Editing and Best Sound Mixing
  • (2011) 17th Annual Screen Actors Guild Awards as Herself
  • (2011) 7 Minutes in Heaven as Herself - Guest
  • (2011) Rock Center with Brian Williams as Herself - Guest
  • (2011) Saturday Night Live Backstage as Herself (also archive footage)
  • (2011) The 2011 Comedy Awards as Herself
  • (2011) The 63rd Primetime Emmy Awards as Herself - Nominee: Best Comedy Series & Best Lead Actress in a Comedy Series
  • (2011) The 68th Annual Golden Globe Awards as Herself - Nominee: Best Actress in a Television Series - Musical or Comedy & Presenter: Best Screenplay
  • (2010) 16th Annual Screen Actors Guild Awards as Herself
  • (2010) Conan as Conan
  • (2010) Conan as Herself
  • (2010) Date Night as Claire Foster
  • (2010) Frost on Satire as Herself/Sarah Palin (also archive footage)
  • (2010) Megamind as Roxanne Ritchie (voice)
  • (2010) Nickelodeon Kids' Choice Awards 2010 as Herself
  • (2010) Night of Too Many Stars: An Overbooked Concert for Autism Education as Herself
  • (2010) Ponyo: Behind the Microphone - The Voices of Ponyo as Herself
  • (2010) Ponyo: Ponyo & Fujimoto as Herself
  • (2010) Ponyo: The Producer's Perspective - Telling the Story as Herself
  • (2010) Saturday Night Live in the 2000s: Time and Again as Herself
  • (2010) Saturday Night Live Presents: Sports All-Stars as Various (archive footage) (uncredited)
  • (2010) The 62nd Primetime Emmy Awards as Herself
  • (2010) The 67th Annual Golden Globe Awards as Herself - Nominee: Best Actress in a Television Series - Musical or Comedy
  • (2010) The 82nd Annual Academy Awards as Herself - Presenter: Best Original Screenplay
  • (2010) The Marriage Ref as Herself - Panelist
  • (2010) The Women of SNL as Herself/Daisy De la Hoya/Sarah Palin/Various (also archive footage)
  • (2010) Tina Fey: The Mark Twain Prize as Herself
  • (2010) Under the Boardwalk: The Monopoly Story as Herself (archive footage)
  • (2009) 15th Annual Screen Actors Guild Awards as Herself - Winner: Best Female Actor & Best Ensemble in a Comedy Series
  • (2009) 2009 Golden Globe Awards Red Carpet Special as Herself
  • (2009) Elmo and the Bookaneers as
  • (2009) Late Night with Jimmy Fallon as Herself
  • (2009) Late Night with Jimmy Fallon as Herself - Guest
  • (2009) Live from Studio Five as Herself (archive footage)
  • (2009) Mark at the Movies as Herself
  • (2009) Saturday Night Live Sports Extra '09 as Weekend Update Anchor/Office Worker (archive footage) (uncredited)
  • (2009) Saturday Night Live: The Best of Amy Poehler as Sarah Palin/Weekend Update Anchor (archive footage)
  • (2009) The 61st Primetime Emmy Awards as Herself - Winner: Best Comedy Series & Presenter: Best Supporting Actress in a Comedy Series
  • (2009) The 66th Annual Golden Globe Awards as Herself - Winner: Best Actress in a Television Series - Comedy or Musical
  • (2009) The 7PM Project as Herself
  • (2009) The 81st Annual Academy Awards as Herself - Presenter: Best Original Screenplay and Best Adapted Screenplay
  • (2009) The Invention of Lying as Shelley
  • (2009) The Jay Leno Show as Herself
  • (2009) Watch What Happens: Live as Herself
  • (2008) 14th Annual Screen Actors Guild Awards as Herself - Winner: Best Female Actor & Best Ensemble in a Comedy Series
  • (2008) Baby Mama as Kate
  • (2008) Entertainers with Byron Allen as Herself - Guest
  • (2008) From Conception to Delivery: The Making of Baby Mama! as Herself
  • (2008) Gake no ue no Ponyo as Lisa (voice: English version)
  • (2008) Golden Globes Announcement Special as Herself
  • (2008) Live from the Red Carpet: The 2008 Emmy Awards as Herself
  • (2008) Live from the Red Carpet: The 2008 Screen Actors Guild Awards as Herself
  • (2008) Night of Too Many Stars: An Overbooked Concert for Autism Education as Herself
  • (2008) Saturday Night Live Presidential Bash '08 as Sarah Palin (archive footage)
  • (2008) Saturday Night Live: Legacy of Laughter as Herself
  • (2008) Saturday Night Live: Weekend Update Thursday as Gov. Sarah Palin
  • (2008) The 60th Primetime Emmy Awards as Herself - Winner: Lead Actress in a Comedy Series and Presenter
  • (2007) Aqua Teen Hunger Force Colon Movie Film for Theaters as Burrito (voice)
  • (2007) Chelsea Lately as Herself - Host, 'Golden Globe Awards' (archive footage)
  • (2007) iCarly as Herself
  • (2007) Impaler as Herself
  • (2007) Live from the Red Carpet: The 2007 Golden Globe Awards as Herself
  • (2007) Phineas and Ferb as Annabelle Johnson (voice)
  • (2007) Saturday Night Live in the '90s: Pop Culture Nation as Herself (also archive footage)
  • (2007) The 59th Primetime Emmy Awards as Herself
  • (2007) The 64th Annual Golden Globe Awards as Herself - Presenter: Actress in a Television Series - Drama
  • (2007) Xposé as Herself
  • (2006) 30 Rock as Liz Lemon
  • (2006) 30 Rock as Liz Lemon/Doris/Gladys Ormphby/Jamie Garnett
  • (2006) 30 Rock as Liz Lemon/Young Margaret Lemon
  • (2006) Ace of Cakes as Herself
  • (2006) Beer League as Front Desk Girl
  • (2006) Christmas in Rockefeller Center as Herself
  • (2006) Live from the Red Carpet: The 2006 Emmy Awards as Herself
  • (2006) Man of the Year as Herself
  • (2006) Rachael Ray as
  • (2006) Rachael Ray as Herself
  • (2006) Saturday Night Live: The Best of Saturday TV Funhouse as Herself/Co-Worker (archive footage)
  • (2006) The 58th Annual Primetime Emmy Awards as Herself
  • (2005) A.S.S.S.S.C.A.T.: Improv as Performer
  • (2005) Howard Stern on Demand as Herself
  • (2005) Iron Chef America: The Series as Herself - ICA Judge
  • (2005) Made in Hollywood as Herself
  • (2005) Martha as Herself
  • (2005) Saturday Night Live: The Best of Commercial Parodies as Various Characters (archive footage) (uncredited)
  • (2005) Saturday Night Live: The Best of David Spade as Yvonne Shirley (archive footage) (uncredited)
  • (2005) Saturday Night Live: The Best of Jimmy Fallon as Herself (archive footage) (uncredited)
  • (2005) The Late Late Show with Craig Ferguson as Herself - Guest
  • (2004) 'Mean Girls': Only the Strong Survive as Herself
  • (2004) 101 Most Unforgettable SNL Moments as Herself (archive footage)
  • (2004) Dennis Miller as Herself
  • (2004) Le grand journal de Canal+ as Herself
  • (2004) Mean Girls as Ms. Norbury
  • (2004) On-Air with Ryan Seacrest as Herself
  • (2004) Saturday Night Live: The Best of Christopher Walken as Let's Call the Whole Thing Off Dancer (archive footage) (uncredited)
  • (2004) Saturday Night Live: The Best of Tom Hanks as Herself (archive footage)
  • (2004) Saturday Night Live: The Best of Tracy Morgan as Herself/Various characters (archive footage) (uncredited)
  • (2004) Saturday Night Live: The Best of Will Ferrell - Volume 2 as Secretary (archive footage) (uncredited)
  • (2004) Soundtracks Live as Grandma Helen
  • (2004) The Mark Twain Prize: Lorne Michaels as Herself - Speaker
  • (2003) Ellen: The Ellen DeGeneres Show as Herself
  • (2003) Ellen: The Ellen DeGeneres Show as Herself - Guest
  • (2003) Heroes of Comedy: Women on Top as Herself
  • (2003) Jimmy Kimmel Live! as Herself
  • (2003) Night of Too Many Stars as Herself
  • (2003) Saturday Night Live Weekend Update Halftime Special as Herself
  • (2003) Saturday Night Live: The Best of Chris Kattan as Various Characters (archive footage) (uncredited)
  • (2003) Sunday Morning Shootout as Herself
  • (2002) Just for Laughs as Herself
  • (2002) Last Call with Carson Daly as Herself
  • (2002) Martin & Orloff as Southern Woman
  • (2002) NBC 75th Anniversary Special as Herself
  • (2002) Saturday Night Live Christmas 2002 as Herself
  • (2002) Saturday Night Live: The Best of Will Ferrell as Herself (archive footage) (uncredited)
  • (2002) Saturday Night Live: TV Tales as Herself
  • (2002) SNL Remembers John Belushi as Herself (Host)
  • (2002) The 54th Annual Primetime Emmy Awards as Herself
  • (2001) Friday Night with Jonathan Ross as Herself
  • (2001) Saturday Night Live Primetime Extra 1 as Herself
  • (2001) Saturday Night Live Primetime Extra 2 as Herself
  • (2001) Saturday Night Live: Mother's Day Special as Herself/Various Characters (also archive footage)
  • (2001) Saturday Night Live: The Best of Molly Shannon as Herself (archive footage) (uncredited)
  • (2001) Second to None as Herself
  • (2001) VH1 Divas Live: The One and Only Aretha Franklin as Bjork
  • (1999) Deer Avenger 2: Deer in the City as Additional Voices (VG) (voice) (as Tina Faye)
  • (1999) Saturday Night Live 25 as Herself (uncredited)
  • (1999) SpongeBob SquarePants as Herself
  • (1998) E! News as Herself
  • (1998) Real World/Road Rules Challenge as Herself
  • (1998) Upright Citizens Brigade as Kerri Downey
  • (1997) The View as Co-Host
  • (1997) The View as Herself
  • (1996) E! True Hollywood Story as Herself
  • (1996) The Daily Show as Herself
  • (1996) The O'Reilly Factor as Sarah Palin (archive footage)
  • (1996) The Rosie O'Donnell Show as Herself
  • (1994) Dennis Miller Live as Herself
  • (1994) Extra as Herself
  • (1994) Inside the Actors Studio as Herself - Guest
  • (1994) La 2 noticias as Sarah Palin (archive footage)
  • (1993) Late Night with Conan O'Brien as Herself
  • (1993) Late Night with Conan O'Brien as Herself (uncredited)
  • (1993) Late Show with David Letterman as Herself
  • (1993) Late Show with David Letterman as Herself - Guest
  • (1992) Dateline NBC as Herself
  • (1992) Frühstücksfernsehen as Herself
  • (1992) The Tonight Show with Jay Leno as Herself
  • (1991) The Charlie Rose Show as Herself
  • (1991) The Charlie Rose Show as Herself - Guest
  • (1989) The Simpsons as Ms. Cantwell (voice)
  • (1988) Live with Regis and Kathie Lee as Herself
  • (1987) Biography as Herself
  • (1987) Weekend Today as Herself
  • (1986) The Oprah Winfrey Show as Herself
  • (1986) The Oprah Winfrey Show as Herself - Guest (also archive footage)
  • (1981) Entertainment Tonight as Herself
  • (1975) Saturday Night Live as Audience Member (uncredited)
  • (1975) Saturday Night Live as Christy/Weekend Update Anchor
  • (1975) Saturday Night Live as Gov. Sarah Palin
  • (1975) Saturday Night Live as Herself
  • (1975) Saturday Night Live as Herself (uncredited)
  • (1975) Saturday Night Live as Herself - Audience Member (uncredited)
  • (1975) Saturday Night Live as Herself - Host/Various/Daisy De La Hoya/Mary Jo Buttafuoco/Juno
  • (1975) Saturday Night Live as Herself - Host/Various/Sarah Palin/Ariel
  • (1975) Saturday Night Live as Herself/Weekend Update Anchor
  • (1975) Saturday Night Live as Herself/Weekend Update Anchor/Ashleigh Bandfield
  • (1975) Saturday Night Live as Herself/Weekend Update Anchor/Janice Dickinson
  • (1975) Saturday Night Live as Herself/Weekend Update Anchor/Mary Ann Mobley
  • (1975) Saturday Night Live as Herself/Weekend Update Anchor/Ms. Polaski
  • (1975) Saturday Night Live as Herself/Weekend Update Anchor/Space Lesbian
  • (1975) Saturday Night Live as Herself/Weekend Update Anchor/Vanna White
  • (1975) Saturday Night Live as Kathleen Willey (uncredited)
  • (1975) Saturday Night Live as Sarah Palin/Dina Lohan/Bedelia's Mother/Various
  • (1975) Saturday Night Live as Various
  • (1975) Saturday Night Live as Various (credit only)
  • (1975) Saturday Night Live as Various/Weekend Update Anchor/Robot Tina
  • (1975) Saturday Night Live as Varopis/Weekend Update Anchor
  • (1975) Saturday Night Live as Weekend Update Anchor
  • (1975) Saturday Night Live as Wife in 'Viagra' Sketch (uncredited)
  • (1975) Saturday Night Live as Woman #1 (uncredited)
  • (1971) Film '72 as Herself
  • (1969) Sesame Street as Bookaneer Captain (uncredited)
  • (1968) 60 Minutes as Herself - Actress (segment "Alec Baldwin")
  • (1968) 60 Minutes as Herself - Actress (segment "Alec Baldwin") (archive footage)
  • (1968) 60 Minutes as Herself - Comedian (segment "Alec Baldwin") (archive footage)
  • (1968) 60 Minutes as Herself - Comedian (segment "Live from New York")
  • (1952) Today as Herself
  • () The Intern as (????/I)
  • () The Nest as
  • () This Is Where I Leave You as


Tina Fey Trivia and Facts

  • Came out of Chicagos famed Second City comedy troupe, where she was a writer-performer.
  • She is "Saturday Night Live" (1975) s first-ever female head writer.
  • Was chosen by Entertainment Weekly as the #8 entertainer of the year for the year 2001.
  • Brother: Peter, who is 8 years older than Tina.
  • Her husband, Jeff Richmond is a Second City director. Thats how they met. He is ten years older than she is.
  • As a head writer for "Saturday Night Live" (1975) she has written the Old French Whore, The View, Sully and Denise and the Monica Lewinsky skits, among many, many others.
  • Feys mother is from Greece.
  • Was voted one of Peoples 50 Most Beautiful in the World.
  • Her father is German/Scottish-American, and her mother is Greek.
  • Told "Bust" magazine in 2004 that she considers herself a feminist.
  • In her first session as a member of the "Saturday Night Live" (1975) writing staff, the 54" Tina found discovered that she was a foot shorter than the mostly male writing staff, and felt for a while as if shed shrunk.
  • Attended the University of Virginia, graduating in 1992.
  • Graduated from Upper Darby High School.
  • Recorded the voices for the British and German princesses for Williams "Medieval Madness" pinball machine.
  • She is an alumna of the Famous Improv Olympic, along with actors Vince Vaughn , the late Chris Farley , Ossie Beck , Mike Myers , Amy Poehler , and Adam McKay .
  • Close friends with fellow "Saturday Night Live" (1975) cast member Amy Poehler.
  • Is often compared to Nana Mouskouri , to whom she bears a striking resemblance. This may be due to both womens common Greek ancestry and the fact that they both have black-rimmed glasses as their trademark.
  • Born in Upper Darby, Pennsylvania, the same town in which "Saturday Night Live" (1975) alumna Cheri Oteri (a cast member when Fey was writing on SNL) grew up.
  • In June 2008, rated the hottest woman for 2008, after having improved from last years 7th place according to Afterellen.coms "2008 Hot 100 List", a compilation of 100 Hot women voted in by the LGBTQ community.
  • Her hometown, Upper Darby, Pennsylvania, is also where Todd Rundgren grew up. They both had the same algebra teacher, although 20 years apart.
  • Regarding the scar on Feys left cheek, in an interview in Vanity Fair, husband Jeff Richmond says a stranger slashed Feys face when she was five years old. He says the incident occurred in the front yard of her house.
  • Is a big fan of Star Wars movies and often uses references to the movies in her roles and writing.
  • Revealed in an interview that she did not lose her virginity until she was 24 years old. She also revealed that she was a virgin when she met her husband, and that he is the only man she has ever been intimate with.
  • Recipient of the 2010 Mark Twain Prize for American Humor, given annually by the Kennedy Center for the Performing Arts.
  • Is semi-fluent in German. She says about herself that she speaks "less than first-grade" German.
  • Returned to work one month after giving birth to her daughter Alice in order to resume filming "Saturday Night Live" (1975).
  • Was 4 months pregnant with her daughter Penelope when she took maternity leave from filming "30 Rock" (2006).
  • Returned to work 2 months after giving birth to her daughter Penelope to resume filming "30 Rock" (2006).
  • Was the youngest recipient of the Mark Twain Prize.
  • Wrote a remake of Bye Bye Birdie (1963) that was to be directed by Jon M. Chu. But the project was canceled due to budget concerns.
  • Gave birth to her 1st child at age 35, a daughter Alice Zenobia Richmond on September 10, 2005. Childs father is her husband, Jeff Richmond .
  • Gave birth to her 2nd child at age 41, a daughter Penelope Athena Richmond on August 10, 2011. Childs father is her husband, Jeff Richmond .


Tina Fey Quotes

  • The cover story of New York Magazine this week is "Baby Panic".  This goes perfectly with the other magazines on my coffee table - "Where Are The Babies?" (US), "Why Havent You Had A Baby?" (People) and "For Gods Sake Have A Baby" (Time). Thanks, Time magazine, this is just what I need - another article so depressing that I can actually hear my ovaries curling up.
  • Prostitutes in Lyons, France, sent a fax to the government to complain that they are losing business to Eastern European women who are protected by the Albanian mafia. Okay, first of all, how rough-looking are these French prostitutes that all their customers are running to the Albanians? Secondly, why did they send a fax, and from whence? Do they have a fax machine in the whorehouse, or did they all trundle down to Kinkos - "You fax these, Ill let you shave me." Thirdly, how come French whores know how to work a fax machine, but every time I try to use it, I hit Powersave, or I forget to dial 9? This just proves what my boyfriend always says - that I am dumber than a French whore.
  • [on her six-week maternity leave] I had to get back to work... NBC has me under contract; the baby and I only have a verbal agreement.
  • [on Matthew McConaughey ] He was always taking his shirt off, hes like "Yeah, heres my deal, Im hot." We had a meeting one day at like 11 oclock, right before the show and he walks into the meeting shirtless wearing this like old musty sarong... He doesnt smell great, no.
  • [on Paris Hilton ] Shes a piece of shit. The people at ["Saturday Night Live" (1975) ] were like, "Maybe shell be fun, maybe she wont take herself so seriously". She takes herself so seriously! Shes unbelievably dumb and so proud of how dumb she is. She looks like a tranny up close... Also, you would walk down the hall and find what just looked like nasty wads of Barbie hair on the stairs... Her hair is like a Fraggle.
  • [on the idea of future Sarah Palin skits on "Saturday Night Live" (1975) ] I want to be done playing this lady Nov. 5. So, if anybody can help me be done playing this lady Nov. 5, that would be good for me.
  • [on her resemblance to Sarah Palin ] I was resistant to acknowledge there was a resemblance. But my kid saw her and said, "Thats Mommy", so I thought, "Oh, great".
  • Mary Tyler Moore was a working woman whose story lines were not always about dating and men. They were about work friendships and relationships, which is what I feel my adult life has mostly been about.
  • On first drawing up "30 Rock" (2006) : We wanted to make sure that everything we did with Liz Lemon rang true on some level - to me or to one of the other women in the room. And we did kind of know we were going into her as... well, as the opposite of a "Sex and the City" (1998) character. Shes not about wish fulfillment or fantasy. I personally am a big fan of SATC - but its pretty and its fun to watch, like candy. One is a fairy tale, and the other is a grim fairy tale. I do really enjoy "Sex and the City" (1998) in spite of what I just said. I think I identify with Miranda. The redhead lawyer. I enjoyed her story lines most.
  • I had a great time doing [Sarah Palin ] but it was one of the strangest things thats ever happened to me. You can grow up thinking, I want to be on "Saturday Night Live" (1975) one day or I want to be in a movie some day, but you never think, I hope theres a politician who looks just like me. So much of everything Ive ever done has come out of hard work and just hanging in there, being the last one standing at the bar - and then to have that fall in my lap was just crazy. Having done plays in Chicago for two actors and then all of a sudden people are just saying, Yes! Put the outfit on! You can say whatever you want!
  • I studied the usual acting methods at college - Stanislavsky and whatnot but none of it really clicked for me. At The Second City, I learnt that your focus should be entirely on your partner. Suddenly it all made sense.
  • Stepping into the "Saturday Night Live" (1975) studio for the first time was momentous. The only equivalent would be doing "The Tonight Show with Jay Leno" (1992) - stepping into the show that I grew up watching. And it has a live audience. Even with a taped audience, you can get them jacked up and they know its their job to pretend they like it. But especially in New York, that live audience is a real proving ground.
  • I think theres a huge overlap in the middle, where funny is just funny - everyone gets it and laughs at that. But then I think there are certain kinds of jokes that women prefer and certain kinds that men prefer. Like, men will gravitate towards screaming and bears fighting robots. On the female side, if left alone, we will drift towards more and more character detail and minutiae. The tiniest behaviour will amuse us.
  • I am obsessed with things like strippers and Playboy Playmates. Im obsessed with portraying that as how grim I think it is. My friend Stephnie Weir did the best version of a sketch that I was always figuring out how to do. She did it perfectly, playing a stripper at a bachelor party who had to bring her kid because the babysitter fell through. The discomfort of that really makes me laugh.
  • A portion of "30 Rock" (2006) is autobiographical. Our world is a little more bent, but the relationships reflect the kind of over familiarity and competitiveness mixed with friendship mixed with contempt. Its a very, um, specific kind of workplace. The one thing about our show was that we could never portray writers as heroic. Theyre the least heroic, most cowardly, lazy group of people you could spend time with.
  • "30 Rock" (2006) s fast-talking style comes from the fact that our show needs to be two and a half minutes longer than it is - Im trying to fit five pounds worth of ideas into a two-pound bag".
  • I work, and then whenever I have any other time, Im with my daughter, and then I go to sleep. I think you basically have to abandon the dreams of having any other adult activities in your life. You have to go to sleep whenever your child goes to sleep. Thats basically how were doing it.
  • I try to keep learning, but I do think there is some... If you ask someone else, they would probably tell you there is something to do with gender and telling the truth about women. At least, as truthfully as I can see it. To let them be flawed in the way they are flawed. I dont know. I like to write about women, not so much about the way they relate to men, but about the way they relate to each other. And I dont think anyones really doing it.
  • [on wearing a Princess Leia costume for a "Saturday Night Live" (1975) sketch] You put that costume and that wig on and nerds go bananas. People were just staring at me in the hall, all these extras and background people and nerds wanted to talk to me all of a sudden. Guys have a real weird thing for that outfit.
  • [on Paris Hilton on "Saturday Night Live" (1975) ] She just wanted to make fun of all the girls she hates. She was like, Jessica Simpson , I hate her. She would come in the room and say, You should do a show about Jessica Simpson because shes fat.
  • Mrs. Palin is an inspiration to working mothers everywhere because she bailed on her job right before Fourth of July weekend. You are living my dream. Thank you, Mrs. Palin! [2009 Emmy acceptance speech.]
  • Being a mom has made me so tired. And so happy.
  • [on performing in Improv]: You have to be resilient in that world. You have to fight your way in and hopefully you are playing with good players and their give and take is good and they will let you in. I always liken it to basketball. If you get passed to once in a game, you have to learn to make that basket or you dont get passed to again.
  • Im not that good looking... nobody is that good looking. I have seen a lot of movie stars and maybe four are amazing looking. The rest have a team of gay guys who make it happen.
  • [on getting her first period at 10] I knew from commercials that ones menstrual period was a blue liquid that you poured like laundry detergent onto maxi-pads to test their absorbency. This wasnt blue, so I ignored it for a few hours.
  • Lie and say Yes! I lost all my baby weight! Can you believe it?! And people will be like Good for you! and they wont really look.


Tina Fey Photoshoots

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Tina Fey Other Works

  • Print ad for The GAP stores (2001)..
  • Was featured as #80 in Maxim Magazine's "Hot 100 of 2002" supplement (2002).
  • TV commercial for American Express credit card (2007).
  • Print ads for the America Express credit card (2008).
  • (April 2011) Book, "Bossypants".
  • (2012) TV commercial for Garnier Nutrisse Nourishing Color Foam.
  • (2012-13) Print ads for Garnier's Nutrisse Nourishing Color Creme hair color.


Tina Fey Trademarks

  • Black plastic-rimmed glasses
  • Characters with embarrassing addictions to junk food
  • Characters with unsuccessful or embarrassing relationships
  • Frequent references to Star Wars (1977)
  • Her Sarah Palin impression
  • Characters wanting to be mothers


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  • When is Tina Fey's birthday?

      May 18, 1970

  • How tall is Tina Fey?

      5' 4 1/2"

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  • Where was Tina Fey born?

      18 May 1970, Upper Darby, Pennsylvania, USA

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