Tina Fey filmography

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The following is the complete filmography of actress, comedian, writer, and producer Tina Fey.



List of film appearances and roles
2002 Martin & Orloff Southern Woman [1]
2004 Mean Girls Ms. Sharon NorburyAlso writer [2]
2006 Artie Lange's Beer League Front Desk Girl [3]
Man of the Year HerselfCameo [4]
2007 Aqua Teen Hunger Force Colon Movie Film for Theaters Giant Burrito (voice) [5]
2008 Baby Mama Kate Holbrook [6]
Ponyo Lisa (voice)English dub [7]
2009 The Invention of Lying Shelley Bailey [8]
2010 Date Night Claire Foster [9]
Megamind Roxanne Ritchi (voice) [10]
2013 Admission Portia Nathan [11]
Elaine Stritch: Shoot Me HerselfDocumentary [12]
Anchorman 2: The Legend Continues Entertainment Tonight AnchorCameo [13]
2014 Muppets Most Wanted Nadya [14]
This Is Where I Leave You Wendy Altman [15]
2015 Monkey Kingdom Narrator (voice)Documentary [16]
Sisters Kate EllisAlso producer [17]
2016 Whiskey Tango Foxtrot Kim BakerAlso producer [18]
2019 Wine Country Tammy [19]
2020 Soul 22 (voice) [20]
2021 22 vs. Earth Short film [21]
Free Guy Vacuuming Mom (voice)Cameo [22]
2022 Betty White: A Celebration HerselfDocumentary [23]
2023 Maggie Moore(s) Rita Grace [24]
A Haunting in Venice Ariadne Oliver [25]
2024 Mean Girls Ms. Sharon NorburyAlso writer and producer [26]
Denotes films that have not yet been released


List of television appearances and roles
1997–2006 Saturday Night Live Various roles NBC 130 episodes
Also writer
1999 Upright Citizens Brigade Kerri Downey Comedy Central Episode: "Mogomra vs. the Fart Monster" [28]
Saturday Night Live 25 None NBC Television special [29]
2001 Real World/Road Rules Extreme Challenge Herself / Judge MTV Episode: "No Laughing Matter"
2002 The Colin Quinn Show None NBC Writer [30]
NBC 75th Anniversary SpecialNone NBC Television special [31]
2004Soundtracks LiveGrandma Helen VH1 Television film [32]
30 Rock Liz Lemon NBC 139 episodes
Also creator, writer and executive producer
2007 Sesame Street Bookaneer Captain PBS Episode: "The Bookaneers" [34]
2008–2018 Saturday Night Live Herself (host) NBC 6 episodes [35]
2008–2016 Saturday Night Live Sarah Palin NBC 7 episodes [36]
2009 SpongeBob SquarePants Herself Nickelodeon Episode: "SpongeBob's Truth or Square" [37]
2011 Phineas and Ferb Annabelle (voice) Disney Channel Episode: "Run Candace, Run" [38]
2012Betty White's 90th Birthday: A Tribute to America's Golden GirlHerself NBC Television special [39]
Between Two Ferns with Zach Galifianakis Herself Comedy Central Episode: "A Fairytale of New York" [40]
iCarly Herself Nickelodeon Episode: "iShock America" [41]
2013 70th Golden Globe Awards Herself (co-host) NBC Television special [42]
Conan Conan O'Brien TBS Episode: "Occupy Conan" [43]
The Simpsons Mrs. Cantwell (voice) Fox Episode: "Black Eyed, Please" [44]
The Awesomes The Advocate (voice) Hulu Episode: "Pilot, Part 2" [45]
2014 71st Golden Globe Awards Herself (co-host) NBC Television special [46]
Cabot CollegeNone Fox Pilot
Creator and executive producer
Comedians in Cars Getting Coffee Herself (guest) Netflix Episode: "Feces Are My Purview" [48]
Don Rickles: One Night OnlyHerself Spike Television special [49]
Saving My Tomorrow Herself HBO Episode: "Part 1" [50]
2015 72nd Golden Globe Awards Herself (co-host) NBC Television special [46]
Family FortuneNone ABC Pilot
Executive producer
Inside Amy Schumer Herself Comedy Central Episode: "Last Fuckable Day" [52]
Saturday Night Live 40th Anniversary Special Herself NBC Television special [53]
2015–2020 Unbreakable Kimmy Schmidt Marcia / Andrea Bayden Netflix 7 episodes
Also co-creator, writer and executive producer
2016 Maya & Marty Various roles NBC Episode: "Steve Martin & Tina Fey" [55]
Difficult People Herself Hulu Episode: "Unplugged" [56]
The KickerNone CBS Pilot
Executive producer
2017The Carol Burnett 50th Anniversary SpecialHerself NBC Television special [58]
The Sackett SistersNone NBC Pilot
Executive producer
2017–2018 Great News Diana St. Tropez NBC 5 episodes
Also writer and executive producer
2018 My Next Guest Needs No Introduction Herself (guest) Netflix Episode: "It's Just Landmine Hopscotch" [61]
2019 Modern Love Sarah Amazon Prime Video 2 episodes [62]
2020 Mapleworth Murders Martha Tweenis Quibi Episode: "The Case of the Case of Wine: Part I" [63]
One Night Only: The Best of BroadwayHerself (host) NBC Television special [64]
2021 78th Golden Globe Awards Herself (co-host) NBC Television special [65]
2021–2022 Mr. Mayor None NBC Co-creator, writer and executive producer [66]
2021–present Girls5eva Dolly Parton Peacock / Netflix Episode: "Carma"
Also executive producer
Only Murders in the Building Cinda Canning Hulu 9 episodes [68]
2022 Bob's Burgers Miss Bisselbender (voice) Fox Episode: "The Plight Before Christmas" [69]
2023 Carol Burnett: 90 Years of Laughter + Love Herself NBC Television special [70]
Mulligan Dr. Farrah Braun (voice) Netflix 10 episodes
Also executive producer
TBAThe Four SeasonsTBA Netflix Pre-production; also co-creator, writer and executive producer [72]
Denotes television series that have not yet been released

Video games

List of video game roles
1997 Medieval Madness PrincessPinball game [73]
1999 Sabrina The Teenage Witch: Brat Attack Various
Deer Avenger 2: Deer in the City Various [74]


List of stage performances
2000Dratch & FeyVariousOff-Broadway [75]
2017 Mean Girls None D.C. (2017); Broadway (2018); playwright [76]

Fey also performed at The Second City, both touring and then on the main stage from 1992 to 1997, as well as at ImprovOlympic. [77]

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