Tina Fey’s Daughter Plays A Young Liz Lemon

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Like mother, like daughter.

Tina Fey‘s daughter Alice looked every bit mama’s mini me as a young Liz Lemon on Thursday’s episode of 30 Rock. In the much anticipated wedding of Liz and Chris, Alice appears in a flashback scene for her mother’s infamous TV character.

Alice portrays a young Liz who recalled her first wedding experience as a flower girl. The adorable 7-year-old sported a blue dress and headpiece, showing off a major attitude, complete with an eye roll.

Costarring fellow celeb parents Alec Baldwin and Jane Krakowski, 30 Rock will wrap its seven season run with a one-hour series finale on January 31.

Tina and her husband of 11 years, Jeff Richmond, are also parents to 1-year-old daughter Penelope.

Filed under: Alice Richmond,Tina Fey

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  1. Mary

    LOL. Cannot imagine what Alice is like at home. The best mini me I have ever seen. So funny!

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  2. Elektra

    LOL Too cute!

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  3. Sally Ann

    Hysterical! I have always wondered where Alice & her sister Penelope’s sister got their middle names. Zenobia & Athena, respectively. Just quite unique. I love names, especially if the have personal history & meaning. If I ever have a boy or girl & my husband agrees, I want to name them “Morrow Ann _______” or “Morrow James _____”
    Morrow would be my maiden name, Ann is my grandmother’s middle name. Then for the boy, James is after my grandfather. They would be called Morrow, pronounced like ‘tomorrow’ w/o the “to” infront. Maybe go by the nickname, “Row”. I’m not sue, anyway, that’s a ways off.

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    • Faye

      Tina Fey is of Greek descent. i assume that’s reflected in her daughters’ names.

      I hope you change your mind about your baby names. Awful.

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    • steph

      I’m sorry but those names just don’t sound good.

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