Tiffani Thiessen

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Tiffani Thiessen (formerly Tiffani-Amber Thiessen) (born January 23, 1974) is an American television and film actress. She was born in Long Beach, California. As a child, she competed in many beauty pageants, and she won the Miss Junior America pageant in 1987.

Her first big break in show business was her role on the television program Saved By The Bell, as a nice girl teen. This was very different from her next major role, as a duplicitous vixen on Beverly Hills, 90210. She later starred in the short-lived action show Fastlane.

Her transition to movies has not gone well so far, as most of her movies, including Love Stinks, have been critically panned. In 2002, she appeared in the film Hollywood Ending by Woody Allen.

In 1999, her boyfriend David Strickland committed suicide.


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In 1999, her boyfriend David Strickland committed suicide. In 2003 she won the Mark Twain Prize for American Humor. In 2002, she appeared in the film Hollywood Ending by Woody Allen. Tomlin was inducted into the Michigan Women's Hall of Fame in 1998. Her transition to movies has not gone well so far, as most of her movies, including Love Stinks, have been critically panned. Actually, Tomlin frequently referred to Wagner, but avoided saying point-blank that she herself was, in fact, gay. She later starred in the short-lived action show Fastlane. Tomlin came out in 2000 on the New York City cable-access TV program Gay USA.

This was very different from her next major role, as a duplicitous vixen on Beverly Hills, 90210. In fact, many of her fans are unaware of her sexual orientation. Her first big break in show business was her role on the television program Saved By The Bell, as a nice girl teen. Though Tomlin is now open about being lesbian, the media doesn't focus on this aspect of her personal life. As a child, she competed in many beauty pageants, and she won the Miss Junior America pageant in 1987. Tomlin revived the show for a brief run in 2000. She was born in Long Beach, California. The show won Tomlin a Tony Award.

Tiffani Thiessen (formerly Tiffani-Amber Thiessen) (born January 23, 1974) is an American television and film actress. Tomlin starred in the 1985 hit one-woman Broadway show The Search For Signs of Intelligent Life in the Universe, written by her long-time romantic partner, Jane Wagner. Tomlin currently plays presidential assistant Deborah Fiderer on the TV show The West Wing. Frizzle for the Magic School Bus cartoon series (1994-1997). Tomlin also voiced of the character of Ms.

For example, she played Linnea Reese, a strait-laced mother of two deaf children who has an affair with a country singer played by Keith Carradine, in Nashville; secretary Violet Newstead in Nine to Five; and a sickly heiress in All of Me. Tomlin is noted for her wide range. AT&T offered Tomlin $500,000 to film a commercial using her character Ernestine, but Tomlin turned the offer down because she thought the commercial would compromise her artistic integrity. Tomlin joined the Laugh-In cast in 1969.

After college, Tomlin began doing stand-up comedy in Detroit nightclubs. Tomlin attended Wayne State University, where her interest in the theater and performing arts began. Tomlin was the daughter of a factory worker and a housewife who moved to Detroit from Paducah, Kentucky during the Great Depression. Have I reached the party to whom I am speaking?") and the bratty five-year-old Edith Ann, rocking in her oversized rocking chair and making rude noises (famous for her line "And that's the truth!").

She first became well-known for her character skits on television's Laugh-In, in which she created several indelible characters that have stayed with her and become associated with her throughout her career, including the gum-chewing, wisecracking, snorting telephone operator Ernestine (famous for her lines "One ringy dingy, two ringy dingy" and "A gracious good morning to you .. Lily Tomlin (born Mary Jean Tomlin on September 1, 1939 in Detroit, Michigan), is an American actress and comedian.

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