|Name||Elizabeth Stamatina Fey|
|Age, Born||43 years old, Upper Darby Township, Pennsylvania, U.S., May 18, 1970|
|Net Worth||$40 million|
|Source of Wealth||Actress, producer|
|Assets||West End Avenue apartment, Lexus Hybrid|
|Achievement||Primetime Emmy Award for Outstanding Writing for a Variety, Music or Comedy Program, Primetime Emmy Award for Outstanding Writing for a Comedy Series, People’s Choice Award for Favorite Funny Female Star, Writers Guild of America Award|
|Family||Married to Jeff Richmond, have two children Alice Zenobia Richmond and Penelope Athena Richmond|
With amount net worth that nearly $40 million, we would say that Tina Fey is not only pretty, sexy and funny but also rich too. Yes Tina Fey is very rich and with that potential source of net worth, it’s easy for us to predict that amount of money will increase more and more. Tina Fey made his other venture by signing $5 million with publishing company Little, Brown Book Group. Media also reported that Tina Fey was paid nearly $300,000 per episode by appearing in American television comedy series 30 Rock.
Fey thanked to her parents because of them, she was introduced to comedy world since she was very young. She said that her parents always engaged her and her older brother to watch a comedy show on television. While Fey attends Beverly Hills Middle School in Upper Darby, she knew that she is really interested in comedy and then joined the school drama club to hone her skill in acting. In 1997 Fey tried to submit several scripts to NBC’s variety show Saturday Night Live (SNL) and then she was hired as the writer. Her first breakthrough in the television series was when Fey asked to appear on ABC’s morning talk show The View. But Fey really stole people attention since May 2003 after portraying the protagonist Liz Lemon in 30 Rock. Despite made a career in television, Fey also appeared in several movies included Mean Girls, Martin & Orloff, Man of the Year and Admission.
To the media, Tina Fey said her amount of salary was about $7.5 million in 2010. It became $13 million in 2011 and stayed still to $11 million in 2012.