Tina Fey: Funny and Sexy
In 1998, Tina Fey was nothing more than a writer for Saturday Night Live on NBC. She eventually moved up to become the first female head writer in the show’s history by 2000. Shortly after that, she started to appear on the show and became one of the Weekend Update hosts.
It wasn’t long after, 2006, that she branched off and started her own show, 30 Rock. She also started winning Emmys, Golden Globes, and every other award you can think of for her role as Liz Lemon on 30 Rock.
Needless to say, she went from background artist to front line superstar in a matter of ten years. And for that, we celebrate her 43rd birthday in style.