Born on May 18th, 1971 in Upper Darby Pennsylvania, as Elizabeth Stamatina Fey. One older brother Peter, who works for QVC and is eight years older than her.
Started working on Saturday Night Live in 1997 as a writer. In 1999, she became the first female head writer ever on SNL. Some of her most memorable sketches that she wrote were "Boston Teens", and a parody of the talk show "The View".
In 2000, she began co-anchoring the Weekend Update segment with Jimmy Fallon. Soon after, she became known for wearing her thick-rimmed black plastic glasses during the segment. After Jimmy left in May 2004, fellow castmember Amy Poehler came in, making her and Tina the first all female co-anchors.
In April of 2004, she wrote and starred in the comedy Mean Girls. She played Ms. Norbury. Costars included Lindsay Lohan, Ana Gasteyer, Rachel McAdams, Tim Meadows, and Amy Poehler. The movie made 80 million dollars at the box office.
She married Second City director Jeff Richmond in 2001, and together they had a daughter named Alice on September 10th, 2005.
She is currently about to star in the new comedy 30 Rock, on NBC, with such actors as Alec Baldwin, Rachel Dratch and Tracy Morgan.
"I just saw Means Girls with Tina Fey and Lindsay Lohan."
"Tina Fey's glasses are awesome."