Nick News with Linda Ellerbee: So Not Cool: The Most Annoying Stuff Parents Say and Do 2009 - 2010 (TV Show)
On Stage at the Kennedy Center: The Mark Twain Prize Celebrating Lorne Michaels 2004 - 2005 (TV Show)
Upper Darby High School
The Second City
University of Virginia
Starred in the war comedy "Whiskey Tango Foxtrot"
Starred alongside Amy Poehler in the comedy "Sisters"
Wrote the Netflix series the "Unbreakable Kimmy Schmidt"
Co-starred with Jason Bateman in "This Is Where I Leave You"
Co-starred with Paul Rudd in "Admission," directed by Paul Weitz
Co-hosted 70th Annual Golden Globe Awards along with Amy Poehler
Wrote part-memoir, part-essay collection Bossypants
Co-starred with Steve Carell as a suburban couple whose "Date Night" turns hilariously disastrous
Voiced news reporter Roxanne Ritchi in animated comedy "Megamind"
Became third female cast member to return and host "SNL"
Collaborated with former "SNL" castmate Amy Poehler in comedy "Baby Mama"
Returned to "SNL" to impersonate former Republican Vice Presidential candidate Sarah Palin in several sketches
Created and starred on NBC comedy "30 Rock" as Liz Lemon, head writer and co-executive producer of a NYC based sketch-comedy show
Penned first feature "Mean Girls"; also co-starred with Lindsay Lohan; film also featured fellow "SNL" cast members Tim Meadows, Ana Gasteyer, and Amy Poehler
Reprised appearances in "Dratch & Fey" in NYC
Appeared on camera as co-host (with Jimmy Fallon and later Amy Poehler) of Weekend Update segment of "SNL"
With "SNL" player Rachel Dratch, performed sketch comedy "Dratch & Fey" in Chicago
Elevated to position of head writer at "SNL" (NBC); the first female to ever hold post
Named head writer of "Saturday Night Live: 25th Anniversary" (NBC)
Interviewed for position as a staff writer at "Saturday Night Live" (NBC); hired by Lorne Michaels
After college, moved to Chicago, IL to study at the Second City
Raised in Upper Darby, PA
Fey's husband Jeff Richmond told Vanity Fair (December 2008) magazine about her scar on her left cheek. He said a stranger slashed Fey's face when she was five years old in the front yard of her house.
Fey was voted The Associated Press' Entertainer of the Year in 2008.