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TINA FEY (Ms. Norbury) makes her feature film debut with "Mean Girls.” Emmy-winner Fey, co-anchor of the popular "Saturday Night Live” "Weekend Update” segment, is in her fifth season as an on-air performer on "SNL.” Along with co-anchor Jimmy Fallon, Fey has won much acclaim, including being named one of Entertainment Weekly's 2001 Entertainers of the Year, for her work on "Update.”

An "SNL” co-head writer since 1997, Fey was named writing supervisor in 1999, making her the first female head writer in the show's 29-year history. Recurring sketches Fey has penned include the biting satires of "The View” and "Sully and Denise,” featuring Jimmy Fallon and Rachel Dratch as the Bostonian teens. Fey also served as the head writer for the Emmy Award-winning special "Saturday Night Live —The 25th Anniversary.”

Fey, co-head writer Dennis McNicholas and the writing staff of "SNL” were honored with a 2002 Primetime Emmy Award and Writers Guild Award nomination for Outstanding Writing for a Variety, Music or Comedy Program.

In the summer of 2000, Fey joined "SNL” fellow cast member Rachel Dratch in a critically praised sketch comedy show "Dratch and Fey” at the Upright Citizens Brigade Theater in New York City. The show was dubbed "the funniest thing to be found on any New York comedy stage this summer” by Time Out New York.

Prior to "SNL,” Fey was a writer-performer with Chicago's famed Second City.


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