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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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  • Golden Globes: Zings, hugs and coos behind the scenes

    Golden Globes: Zings, hugs and coos behind the scenes
    The Golden Globes are the most reliably fizzy awards show of the year, typically fueled by a mix of the Champagne flowing at the Beverly Hilton Hotel and more irreverent hosting than the Oscars. On Sunday night, even as somber world events and a lack of...
  • Golden Globes 2015: New, progressive TV shows score big wins

    Golden Globes 2015: New, progressive TV shows score big wins
    The Golden Globes honored the new and the socially progressive in TV on Sunday, with top awards going to two freshman series, Amazon's transgender comedy "Transparent" and Showtime's extramarital drama "The Affair." Offering thanks for the comedy...
  • Golden Globes 2015: A surprisingly mature broadcast

    Golden Globes 2015: A surprisingly mature broadcast
    The Golden Globes is all grown up. As the first gathering of Hollywood in the wake of the Sony hacking scandal and the terrorist attacks in Paris, the awards show known for boozy outrageousness admirably balanced humor with meaning, self-...
  • Golden Globes 2015: Dispatches from inside the room

    Golden Globes 2015: Dispatches from inside the room
    ‎Away from the podium, wedged between the closely arranged dinner tables, during commercial breaks, there is a different experience of the 72nd Golden Globes on Sunday night. Times reporter Amy Kaufman worked the room and shared these moments: "I...
  • Golden Globes 2015: Tina Fey, Amy Poehler let 'Interview' jokes fly

    Golden Globes 2015: Tina Fey, Amy Poehler let 'Interview' jokes fly
    According to Golden Globes co-host Tina Fey, North Korea's review of the Sony comedy "The Interview" "wasn't even the worst review the movie got." In their opening for the 72nd awards show, Fey and co-host Amy Poehler didn't shy away from joking about...
  • Golden Globes 2015: 'Fargo' wins for miniseries or TV movie

    Golden Globes 2015: 'Fargo' wins for miniseries or TV movie
    "Fargo" has won the Golden Globe for miniseries or motion picture made for television. The FX anthology series beat Starz's "The Missing" and three projects from HBO: "Olive Kitteridge," "The Normal Heart" and "True Detective."  Created by Noah Hawley,...
  • Golden Globes 2015: What time is the show?

    Golden Globes 2015: What time is the show?
    Say hello to the first major awards show of the year, the Golden Globes. Broadcasting live at 5 p.m. PT (8 p.m. ET) Sunday on NBC from the Beverly Hilton Hotel, the 72nd Golden Globes will recognize film and television in the year 2014. Yes, both film...
  • Oscars: Paula Pell writes for Neil Patrick Harris

    Oscars: Paula Pell writes for Neil Patrick Harris
    Paula Pell, the "Saturday Night Live" writer who grew up in Central Florida, is on the team supplying material for the Oscars and host Neil Patrick Harris. Harris will lead the special material writing team with head writer Dave Boone, who won Emmys for...
  • REVIEW: 'The Art of Falling' by Second City and Hubbard Street Dance Chicago

     REVIEW: 'The Art of Falling' by Second City and Hubbard Street Dance Chicago
    Aside from being a hugely entertaining and strikingly emotional show, "The Art of Falling," Second City's not-to-be-missed new collaboration with Hubbard Street Dance Chicago, is a very significant formative moment in this city's long history of...
  • Comedian John Mulaney is the throwback kid

    Comedian John Mulaney is the throwback kid
    John Mulaney has the benevolent wide-set eyes, cresting hair and copacetic choirboy appearance of a superhero who has taken a spa day. He is trim to the point of receding, and as angular as Peter Parker. He walks with his hands plunged deep in his...
  • New programming chief at Orlando's Dr. Phillips Center talks about grand opening

     New programming chief at Orlando's Dr. Phillips Center talks about grand opening
    Scott Galbraith has good use for the skills he honed during a stint as a background actor on television's "Saturday Night Live." As a new top official at Orlando's Dr. Phillips Center for the Performing Arts, Galbraith may not need his sense of comic...