On May 18, 1970 Tina Fey was born. She is best known for her work on the NBC sketch comedy series, “Saturday Night Life,” as well as starring in the highly acclaimed series, “30 Rock.”
Besides achieving success on television, she has successfully ventured into film. She starred and wrote 2004’s “Mean Girls” alongside Lindsay Lohan, Rachel McAdams, and Amanda Seyfried, as well as starred in 2008’s “Baby Mama.” In “Baby Mama” she was reunited with her “Mean Girls” and Saturday Night Live co-star, and close friend, Amy Poehler. Other film credits include 2010’s “Date Night,” 2013’s “Admission,” and most recently, 2014’s “Muppets Most Wanted.
For her work, Fey has won eight Emmy Awards, two Golden Globes, five Screen Actors Guild Awards, four Writers Guild of America Awards, been on The New York Times Best Sellers list, as well as been the recipient of the Mark Twain Prize for American Humor award.