Tiny Fey is a comedian, actress, producer and writer from Pennsylvania who got her start as a player in Chicago's improv troupe The Second City. She subsequently joined the Saturday Night Live writing team and worked her way up to become the lead writer and featured player on the show throughout 2006. She made her transition onto the big screen in 2004's Mean Girls, which she penned and starred in, and went on to write and star in the critically acclaimed, Award-winning television series 30 Rock, which lasted from 2006 to 2013. Fey returned to SNL as a recurring guest performer in 2008 with her satirical impersonations of Vice Presidential candidate, Sarah Palin, one of the more celebrated impersonations in the history of the program. The series of parodies quickly became viral videos, earning Fey the Emmy award for Outstanding Guest Actress In a Comedy Series. A critical darling and one of the most respected women in entertainment, Fey is acclaimed for both her razor-sharp wit and her intelligent brand of comedy.
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