48 years old (Born on May 18, 1970)
American comedy writer and actress; She is famous from Mean Girls, SNL.Tina and her husband finally revealed in Vanity Fair magazine how she got the scar on her face. The scar is the result of a violent cutting attack by a stranger in her front yard when she was five years old. Tina prefers working in television over movies because of its fast pace and more immediate schedule. Tina did a print ad for The Gap. Tina played the role of Frenchie in her high school`s production of Grease. She later played the role of Sally Bowels in a production of Cabaret in her last year of college. Tina used to do the Asscat shows every week at Upright Citizen`s Brigade theater in New York.
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Fun Facts About Tina Fey
Tina was voted No. 1 on AfterEllen.com`s `Hot 100` list of 2008. The previous year she was ranked 7th.
In high school Tina was a straight-A student.
Tina`s older brother, Peter works as a web editor on QVC, the Home Shopping Network.
Tina and fellow SNL co-star Rachel Dratch performed their two-woman stage show called Dratch and Fey in Chicago in 1999, and in New York, in 2000.
Tina was ranked #80 in Maxim magazine`s `100 Sexiest Women`.
Tina is a Star Wars fan. Her favorite character is Princess Leia.
Tina recorded the voices of two princesses in the Williams` pinball machine Medieval Madness.
Tina was labeled `The thinking man`s sex symbol` by GQ magazine in 2003.
When Tina was a young girl she wanted to be a ball girl for the Philadelphia Phillies.
On May 20, 2006, Tina surprised many Saturday Night Live viewers by stating she was leaving SNL. Tina left to work on her own show 30 Rock.
When Tina worked on Saturday Night Live she was one of a small group of writers and producers who decided which sketches would air, and which writers would join the staff.
Tina has a nude photo of Blaze Starr hanging in her office.
Tina`s trademark are her black rimmed glasses.
Tina`s husband, Jeff Richmand is a Second City director, and that`s how they met. Jeff is ten years older than her.
Tina grew up surrounded by humor, her parents loved comedy, and watched funny movies all of the time. Her mother`s biting wit encouraged Tina to start making snappy remarks & quick comebacks. She credits these influences with molding her into the comic she is today.
Tina has written the following as head writer on Saturday Night Live: Old French wh*re, The View, Sully and Denise and The Monica Lewinsky skits to name a few.
Tina is the first female head writer at Saturday Night Live, while Gilda Radner, her idol, was the first female writer ever.
Tina will watch any television show having to do with `transformations`. Anything from home renovations to makeovers.
Tina gave birth to first child, a 5 pound, 5 ounce baby girl named Alice on September 10th, 2005.
Tina studied drama at the University of v*rginia and graduated in 1992.
Early in her career, Tina worked at a YMCA during the day while she studied at the Second City improv group by night.
Tina staged an intervention for her Mean Girls co-star Lindsey Lohan, after her SNL performance. She and fellow castmates tried to convince her to drop her partying ways.
Tina and fellow former Saturday Night Live co-star Cheri Oteri attended the same high school.
Tina is left handed.
Tina is 5`4" tall.
Tina was chosen as one of People Magazine`s annual 100 Most Beautiful People in the World, in 2003 and again in 2007.
Tina`s favorite color is orange.
Tina`s first comedy job was writing an anonymous column for her high school newspaper, The Acorn under the alias `The Colonel`.
Tina based her first screenplay Mean Girls, on an article that she read in the New York Times.
Tina co-anchored "Weekend Update" on Saturday Night Live with Jimmy Fallon (2000-2003). When Jimmy left the show Tina co-anchored with Amy Poehler (2003-2006).
Tina`s mother is Greek, and her father is German/Scottish-American.
Tina was ranked #8 in Entertainment Weekly magazine`s `Entertainer Of The Year` in 2001.
Tina graduated from Upper Darby High School in 1988. She was inducted into their Wall of Fame in 2004.