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Tina Fey

Tina Fey
Writer-comedian Tina Fey was born Elizabeth Stamatina Fey on May 18, 1970. She got her start in comedy at The Second City Chicago Theatre. While at Second City, Fey was scooped up by "Saturday Night Live," where she served as the show's first female head writer, and later, a regular cast member and co-anchor of the Weekend Update segment. During the 2008 presidential campaign, Fey's popularity grew due to her portrayal of Gov. Sarah Palin on "Saturday Night Live." Fey also created her own TV show, NBC's "30 Rock." Her recent movie work includes "Baby Mama" and "Mean Girls." In 2008, Fey was voted The Associated Press' Entertainer of the Year.
Writer-comedian Tina Fey was born Elizabeth Stamatina Fey on May 18, 1970. She got her start in comedy at The Second City Chicago Theatre. While at Second City, Fey was scooped up by "Saturday Night Live," where she served as the show's first female head writer, and later, a regular cast member and co-anchor of the Weekend Update segment. During the 2008 presidential campaign, Fey's popularity grew due to her portrayal of Gov. Sarah Palin on "Saturday Night Live." Fey also created her own TV show, NBC's "30 Rock." Her recent movie work includes "Baby Mama" and "Mean Girls." In 2008, Fey was voted The Associated Press' Entertainer of the Year. « Show less

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  • TV Review: 'Jay Leno: The Kennedy Center Mark Twain Prize'

    LOS ANGELES (Variety.com) - The Kennedy Center Honors is traditionally one of the year's classiest TV events, but its less-well-known cousin, "The Kennedy Center Mark Twain Prize" for American humor, could use a rewrite. At least, that's true based on the 17th edition, honoring Jay Leno, which despite appearances by several high-profile comics saluting the former "Tonight Show" host, never bridges the gap between its live element and a simple clip show devoted to highlights from Leno's body of work. Jimmy Fallon, at least, gets one thing right: After all Leno did for NBC, it's strange that "we had to celebrate his career on PBS."
  • New TV Shows Could Break Into Crowded SAG Awards

    LOS ANGELES (Variety.com) - One thing you've got to hand to the SAG TV voters, they're loyal to a fault. When it comes to the categories for individual acting, once they find someone they like, they stick with them. Each year a host of veterans, not to...

    TV Picks: 'Happiness,' Poehler, Banksy, 'Missing,' Khrushchev

    TV Picks: 'Happiness,' Poehler, Banksy, 'Missing,' Khrushchev
    "Happiness" (PBS, Monday). I am, as a rule, a fan of the films that make up the PBS documentary series "Independent Lens," which tend to spend intimate quality time with the kinds of people TV usually ignores for being too far off, too foreign, too poor...

    Live from New York: Glamour's Women of the Year awards

    Live from New York: Glamour's Women of the Year awards
    I'm not really one for women's magazines. Too many pages devoted to fixing things I never knew were broken. ("Obsessed with your pores?" Not until you mentioned it! I'd never given them a passing glance! What's going on with them? Are they big? Clogged?...

    First Look: 'Z for Zachariah' Starring Chris Pine, Margot Robbie, Chiwetel Ejiofor

    Variety has the exclusive first look photo from Craig Zobel's "Z for Zachariah," starring Chris Pine, Margot Robbie and Chiwetel Ejiofor. Adapted from Robert C. O'Brien post-apocalyptic 1974 novel, the thriller follows a small-town girl (Robbie) who...