Friday, July 31, 2015
Tina Fey, Then and Now
Posted on Wed, Dec 03, 2008
The show-biz whiz (comedian, actress, writer, producer) grew up in Upper Darby and graduated in 1988 from Upper Darby High. "Saturday Night Live" led to her NBC series "30 Rock" and a string of movies. She then received the Mark Twain Prize for American Humor in November 2010, and has subsequently authored a book titled, "Bossypants."
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