Lily Tomlin

The "Grace and Frankie" star told Ellen DeGeneres, “I wanted to be acknowledged for my performance."
Much has been said about Sean Spicer’s surprise appearance at the Emmy Awards Sunday night. Those in attendance and those
The country star brought some levity to a politically heavy award show.
In phoning a dictator, a strongman and an irrelevancy, Trump upended decades of American foreign policy and angered allies
Pack found the earnest details utterly hilarious. He wondered what would it be like to actually read select passages to an
Between tour stops in Kansas City and St. Louis, I caught up with Dolly Parton in a phone interview. The 70-year old singer is on the road promoting her 43rd studio album, Pure & Simple (available worldwide August 19th). Candid and real as always, Parton spoke about her new album, a future appearance on Grace & Frankie with Jane Fonda and Lily Tomlin, and her 50-year career in the entertainment industry. Here are the highlights from our conversation.
"I don't really care if my kids see my work -- I actually hope that they don't see a lot of it (laughs) -- but I hope for a family dynamic that includes sharing a lot of laughter."
This time of year, Jane Fonda is usually at the Cannes Film Festival, but this year she is working back home. After a screening of the first two episodes of the second season of Netflix's Grace and Frankie, the stars Jane Fonda and Lily Tomlin took the stage for a panel moderated by Gayle King.
In Grace and Frankie, whose second season drops Friday on Netflix, he plays Jacob, the love interest of Tomlin's Frankie
In any case, it's Grace's and Frankie's show in the end, and they take turns being first among equals. More to the point
A Weekend With The Family plays like an African-American version of Meet The Parents with just as many, if not more, laughs. In the film, Whang plays Sue Clancy, a traditional Korean-born woman married to a black man named John (Dorien Wilson).
My greatest satisfaction as an activist lies in the changed expectations of today's children, made possible by countless thousands of us who came before them.
Prior winners of the HOME Academy Award for health have been Dallas Buyers Club (for AIDS and access to clinical trial drugs