Tuesday, January 31, 2006

Tina Fey's Scar: The Mystery Begins

Any good detective will tell you to start with the obvious. you might not find anything, but you will feel like an idiot if it turns out the answer was right there in front of you all along.

So, in that spirit, the quest for the story of Tina Fey's scar starts at the official Saturday Night Live site. There is a lengthy Tina Fey bio there, and I would recommend it to any Fey fan.

Would SNL itself reveal the secret of the scar? No such luck. But it does reference it:

"She is slight, with bright eyes, fine features, and thick brown hair. A white scar runs up her left cheek. (She has had the scar since childhood but she hates to discuss it.)"

This is what we have learned. (1) She's had the scar a long time. (2) She does not like to discuss it. Note, however, the article does not say she refuses to discuss it. There is hope.

You should read the whole Tina Fey bio from Saturday Night Live.

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