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Robin Robin from Huntington Beach wrote on October 16, 2016 at 6:32 pm:
I would love, love to see Lily do her operator personality on a phone call with Donald Trump!!! Love your comedy Lily!!!!!!!
Andrew Andrew from San Francisco wrote on October 16, 2016 at 6:45 am:
Saw the show tonight in Berkeley Lily, and you are magical as always! The first time i saw your show was in LA, in 1978 when I was just a kid. I was lucky to meet you after the show and we did the antler dance. Years later I saw you from the floor at an Adam Ant concert ...I called your name, you looked down, and we did the antler dance again. Great to see you tonight! A lifelong fan ; )
Laura Laura from Detroit wrote on October 14, 2016 at 6:23 pm:
Your performance in Royal Oak was terrific! You are an amazing person and actress. Thank you for a lifetime of laughter.
Lyn Lyn from Clough wrote on October 14, 2016 at 5:33 pm:
Loved you for a lot of years! Congrats on grace and frankie. Can't get enough!!
Ben Martins Ben Martins from Brentwood wrote on October 13, 2016 at 5:35 pm:
Hi Lily, I am currently staring in a production of the musical version of 9 to 5, and having a great time! Just watching the movie made me realise how much as a society we have changed but even so there's still a long way to go. The reason for my contact is my partner is playing the part of Violet and I was wondering if you would be kind enough to send her a message of support? She really admires the character and how she stands up to the sexiest, egotistical, lying, hypocritical bigots! I would really appreciate it and I know she would be thrilled by any message you could give her. Oh, her name is Rachel Lane! Many thanks from a great fan of your work! Ben Martins
Haley Atkinson Haley Atkinson from Melbourne, Australia wrote on October 13, 2016 at 5:51 am:
Together you two ladies are the very definition of, "Class Act". Two brilliant minds powered by even more brilliant hearts. With love and admiration ladies from Haley (Melbourne, Australia - who had to marry her wife in NYC as our country does not allow us the right to marry - still as of October 2016). Thank you ladies, from the bottom of my heart xxx
Virginia Bunn Virginia Bunn from Bristol, Connecticut wrote on October 10, 2016 at 10:23 pm:
You are both my heroes. I have listened and heard you for years. Thank you.
Deena Darwish Deena Darwish from Brooklyn, NY wrote on October 9, 2016 at 2:35 pm:
Dear Mrs. Tomlin: My mother and I are very excited to see you tonight in Ptown. Yesterday was my mom's 64th birthday. We had end stage cancer and hasn't been able to leave her house in about 4 months. I got the VIP tickets to see you here with here many months ago and she has been looking so forward to it. She got physical therapy just so she could make the 6 hr car ride here from NY and in the hopes of being able to meet you and see your show. We learned yesterday that the VIP event is Monday evening which complicates our drive back to NY in time for Yom Kippur. If possible can you lease take a moment to meet my mom, Pnina Darwish tonight at your show as I am not sure if we can make it to Monday's event, although we will try. I grew up with you as my mom is one of your greatest fans. No need to post this on the public guestbook, I just didn't know how else to contact you. Looking forward to tonight. Best, Deena
M H M H from Leeds U.K. wrote on October 8, 2016 at 9:13 am:
Hi Lily I have just been introduced to "Grace and Frankie" 2 days ago. I don't know if I should be mad or thanks whoever created your character who is totally ME with or in the exact crazy situation. All of it from my ex turning gay ,having two boys and the life style...it's all me. I felt like you guys inspired yourself from my life and my person even with my character and turned it into Frankie. It's madness and the jokes are almost my own jokes it's freaking me out! Anyway well done and if you get stock writing your script... I have more jokes as a single mother with a gay ex who turned into therapist for the occasion in my bag. Good stuff. Best regards M
Rosemary McEwin Rosemary McEwin from Mt. Elgin wrote on October 5, 2016 at 2:32 pm:
You look beautiful in Grace & Frankie. Never seen you prettier! What a complexion, girl.
Luca Luca from Torino (Italy) wrote on October 4, 2016 at 4:12 pm:
Cara Lily, Scrivo questo messaggio per esprimerti tutta la mia stima a livello umano nonchè "creativo / lavorativo" : Ho 27 anni, quindi non posso dire - purtroppo - di aver goduto "in diretta" dei tuoi vari (e premiati) lavori. Ho però recuperato, inizialmente guardando "9 To 5", passando poi per altri svariati film, tra cui "All Of Me", "Flirting With Disaster", "Admission", etc. Tutte interpretazioni impeccabili, anche se in quei casi il tuo personaggio non era il principale, come invece è accaduto in "Grandma". Ma di questo parlerò dopo (*). Forse sarà che appartieni ad una generazione che si prefissava di ottenere risultati positivi facendo le cose per bene, nel rispetto di se stessi e del pubblico. Ed eccomi arrivato a toccare un punto focale, che si è trovato a ripetersi nel corso della tua lunga carriera : Il RISPETTO. Ogni personaggio che nel corso del tempo hai presentato, nessuno escluso, non ha mai oltrepassato certi limiti di decoro. Hai saputo far divertire il pubblico, e al contempo farlo riflettere. Questa si chiama intelligenza. Anzi, intelligenza "fresca e vivace", per essere precisi. La stessa che possiede tua moglie Jane : Diciamo che lei è l'esempio lampante di come il vero talento, la reale bravura e l'effettiva predisposizione nei confronti dell'arte (in questo caso, parliamo di scrittura, ma non solo), non necessitino per forza di andare a braccetto con la mania di protagonismo a livello pubblico. Apprezzo molto la sua riservatezza e la sua "ragionata ironia". (*) Concludo facendo un breve accenno al film "Grandma" : Paul Weitz ci ha visto lungo. Il film è scritto davvero, ma davvero, benissimo. L'idea di affidarti la parte principale si è rivelata azzeccata. Non solo te lo meritavi (parere personale), ma, sinceramente, eri l'unica persona in grado di garantire al personaggio di Elle una rappresentazione che rasentasse la perfezione. La tua capacità di "entrare" di volta in volta in un determinato personaggio creando una sorta di mondo a parte, rende più che mai credibile ogni sceneggiatura, ogni copione che ti viene proposto. Lo stesso è accaduto con "Grace & Frankie" : La tua interpretazione di Frankie è assolutamente pazzesca. Chapeau. Auguro tutto il bene possibile a te e a tua moglie, ve lo meritate. Luca
Amber Whitmire Amber Whitmire from Columbia, SC wrote on October 1, 2016 at 12:04 pm:
I wanted you to see a picture of your namesake. This is my little ewe: Lily Tomlin. I also have a Dolly and a Jane. 9 to 5 is my favorite P.M.S. movie. LOL It doesn't seem as though I can put the picture here, but I assure you - the resemblance is uncanny. She is hilarious and has the biggest personality of any sheep in the flock. I'll see if you have a facebook or something where I can send it. Have a great week.
Tracy Wisehart-Plaisance Tracy Wisehart-Plaisance from Cut off. Louisiana wrote on September 29, 2016 at 6:53 pm:
Dearest Lilly. Your character in grace and frankie .... omg the funniest. I am an artist and relate to a lot of things she deals with. And i want you to trade me that double penis vase on the set for one of my pieces. You are the best ... i cant wait to meet you one day. Peace and love , tracy
Christy McDaniel Christy McDaniel from Mount Vernon wrote on September 26, 2016 at 4:02 pm:
When will you be near seattle???? I cant wait to see season 3 of Grace and Frankie wish itd come sooner.....
MICHAEL SPECK MICHAEL SPECK from AUSTIN wrote on September 26, 2016 at 2:54 am:
I'm watching Lily on a rerun of Johnny Carson. I realized I don't remember not having Lily Tomlin in my life and it made me happy. That smile and those eyes! Thanks for all of the laughs and all you have given... Michael
S S from Hartford wrote on September 26, 2016 at 2:51 am:
Hola Lily, My partner and I love you and Jane. Enjoying your projects together. We look forward to seeing you in Provincetown, Mass. Any chance there will be an opportunity to bring you a gift and have you sign our book? Should I bring my book just in case?
Yamil e Sousa Dutra Yamil e Sousa Dutra from Gramado, RS Brazil wrote on September 24, 2016 at 1:31 pm:
Lily, my family and I were introduced to your genial artistry and comicity by that great character, Ernestine, the telephone operator. That was at the end of the 70's when we lived in the southern US. Since then the kids have grown, two are living in Europe and one is still here in Brazil. We have loved and followed your star all this years and hope to keep on doing it for a very long time!! Um grande abraço and our love!!
Cindy Surendorf Cindy Surendorf from Portland wrote on September 23, 2016 at 6:20 pm:
Hi Lily, Enjoyed your last visit in Portland, OR and I am hoping this time we get to visit. Send me a email or tweet when you are coming back here, and if you are at all interested in doing a performance for our LGBTQ community center, THE Q CENTER? Of course, personally I would love you to do it for the Surendorf Foundation. You and your brother looked great at the Emmy's, by the way! My vote was for YOU!
Amanda Scotese Amanda Scotese from Chicago wrote on September 23, 2016 at 6:19 am:
Hi Lily! I've always thought you were such a fun actress, and then as I grew up people started telling me that I look like you. A man in a wheelchair I used to pass by on the street frequently would tell me I looked like you. If you're ever in Chicago and have a moment, would love to get a drink or a taco with you and talk astrology and anything else!
Bev Bev from Halifax wrote on September 19, 2016 at 12:17 pm:
Wow. My glamorous 86 year old aunt( a Jane clone) and I live for Grace and Frankie. I found a second fashion life in your clothes there; a way for me to dress at last. If only I had half your wit in speaking. Am frantically trying to find your pic from the missed emmys- no luck yet but Congrats anyway! Thrilled with the show and looking forward to the next ones! We so needed your voice and image about how to be our age.

 

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