Tina Fey

Tina Fey

Tina Fey

There comes a time in every human being’s life. When he tries to do something new out of his circle, some go from television to movies when it comes to artists.  And some are attracted to stage acting from the concert arena. Similarly, some producers and directors continue to work behind the scenes. At the same time, some of the more creative artists turn to writing. Artists with similar creativity include Hollywood actresses. Among them, one name is Tina Fey. After proving herself in Hollywood, she has been working hard to become a writer. Let’s take a look at some of the Hollywood actresses who are also bestselling authors.

Her Professional Career

Elizabeth Stamatina, 48, is an American actress, comedian, author, producer, and screenwriter. The stage comedy series Saturday Night Live is viral.  The popular comedy series 30 Rock is also her creation, which aired from 2006 to 2013.  Another of her most successful comedy series is Unbreakable Kimmy Schmidt, which is still being shown.  In 2012, Tina Fey published a non-fiction book, Bossypants, putting her writing skills to work, in which the audience can feel Tina’s trademark humor and laughter.  Bossypants made it to the New York Times list of bestsellers, selling more than one million copies in the United States alone.

Tina’s Personal life

In 1992 she joined Chicago based “Second City” improvisational theatre group. After two years of working there, she met with Jeff Richmond. He was a pianist by profession. Her dates made him musical director for Second City. And he also became a music composer for a 30 Rock project. They married with Greek Orthodox traditions in the year 2001. They now have two daughters. Namely Alice born 1995 and Penelope Athena born 2011. They also purchased a luxury apartment on the upper west side in New York. US$3.4 million is the cost of that apartment.

Her Humanitarian Services

Fey contributes to many charity organizations with a great heart. She supports Autism Speaks. In 2008 she also performed in a comedy benefit show for autism education. “Night of Too Many Stars” was the name of that show.

Fey remained concerned about the global hunger problem. That’s why she financially supported Mercy Corps. It is an organization campaigning to end world hunger. Fey also narrated a video. That was linked to Mercy Corps Action Center in New York City. Video defined hunger as a symptom of worldwide issues.

She also helped the Love Our Children USA organization. That is trying to eradicate violence against children. She remained 2009 national spokesperson for the Light The Night Walk. That is benefiting Leukemia and Lymphoma society.

She also won a Grammy Award nomination for her audiobook.  Through this book, Tina Fey has tried to send a strong message to her fans and other readers, “Don’t waste your energy trying to change people’s minds.  Do your job and don’t care if people like you or your work.”