Laughter is known to be the best medicine, and there is arguably no one funnier than actress Tina Fey. After performing on Saturday Night Live for more than a decade, Tina Fey has become synonymous with humor and laughter to millions of her fans across the world.
Named one of New York’s 50 Most Powerful Women by the New York Post in 2007 and the Time 100 Most Influential People that year, Fey has risen to superstardom in the acting world and is highly regarded in her industry. Using her fame for good, Fey has taken a feminist stance and has brought invaluable awareness to its concept.
Additionally, Fey supports Autism Speaks, an organization that sponsors autism research. She performed in Night of Too Many Stars, a comedy benefit show for autism education. She also supports Mercy Corps, a global relief and development organization, in their campaign to end world hunger and Love Our Children USA organization, which fights violence against children.
Fey has brought joy and laughter into the lives of millions of people across the world and has brought awareness to gender issues. Filling the gap as not only a woman in comedy but a feminist leader to rely on, Tina Fey is a legend of not only entertainment but inspiration.