Lily - Totally enjoying your role with Jane Fonda. Thank you for sharing your talent. Thanks for selling your Mustang to my dad, Ted. Thank you for being sweet to me when we met so many years ago at the Grease 2 party.
You deserved that Emmy!!! Emmy or not,there will only ever be 1 Lily.We love you Lily!
I wrote my new one-act/one-woman play with you in mind as the actor. Only you could pull it off with entertainment,compassion, enlightenment. It is about the interior life of a multiple personality and is on my website for you to read. Thank you for all you do for us. https://hhansenma.com/2016/09/16/hiding-a-one-actone-woman-play
Hello and Happy Birthday Lily. Have always enjoyed your work. My father Jim Ben Lindsey was from the Paducah Ky and Cairo Ill area and had always told me that you were a cousin. Always thought that was neat. I just met a brother who was adopted to another family long ago. He is 58 and Im 46, just met, crazy right? Anyway has been a crazy month and figured i would reach out to a possible relative.
I just finished watching "Grandma." Too many times I've watched a movie about someone wanting an abortion and then being the "Good Girl" and changing her mind. Thanks for the refreshing realistic take. All the relationships were complex and believable and wonderful. (I've loved Marcia Gay Harden since "Miller's Crossing"!). Thank you, Lily!
Hi Ms. Tomlin, I met you years ago with my husband and very energetic lab puppy on the Cross Sound Ferry. You were so kind and gracious. I believe my puppy was jumping all over you. Anyway, I have always been a huge fan of yours. Love "Grace and Frankie!" You rock! Have a good day.
Hi Lilly. my name is Lisa and I watch grace and Frankie many times over. I admire the necklaces you wear in the shows. I notice most of them are made from polymer clay. I am a clayer and would like to make you a necklace. hope I you will to that honors to make one for you.
Happy Belated birthday to you. I am profound deaf. Do you know American Sign Language? Wish you can come to Deaf Celebration in Fort Worth, Texas on Sept 24th, 2016. http://www.deafcelebration.org. Do you love art works? I have a deaf man who is from India and sell his colleague works. Look up in Facebook under his name as: Srihasha Sukla.
Preciosa Lily!!! Somos tus fans absolutas! El mundo necesita más mujeres como tu! Nos encantaaaas! 🙂 Adelante con tu talento! We love Grace&Frankie!!!!
You are geniuses. Please develope a monologue satirizing call to AT&T looking for help with a bundle of their services. They are still "the phone company" and they still are arrogant in their artificial intelligence responses.
Lily- you just inspire me. I was going through a very difficult time and I was searching the internet and came across two seasons of Grace and Frankie. I stayed up late and watched both seasons. Yes, I was exhausted the next day but I was smiling again. I then found your fight for Jenny, the elephant and other skits you have done over the years. Your deep human compassion, coupled with your ability to make us laugh is such a treasure. Thank you!!
Hello, So, I just watched 'Grandma' for the first time, a wonderful and beautiful film. I've been a big fan for a long time, but something about your portrayal of a compassionate yet alienated mother and grandparent really hit home for me in a different way. I've heard your comedic quote(maybe not accurate), "All my life, I've always wanted to be somebody, but I see now I should have been more specific." Love your work and your advocacy for humanity in all it's forms, glad you weren't more specific. Jack
Will you be appearing anywhere in Arizona? My wife and I saw you in Colorado yrs ago. Attending concerts/shows was something Dee and I loved to do. Dee passed away 4 yrs ago. And, this yr., I started to attend concerts and shows,again. I would love a meet and greet with you. Please, please, please come to Arizona. I've loved you for yrs.
Happy Birthday Lily, may your day be magical. You are a gem. 😎🌴🐬🍷❤️
Happiest of birthdays Ms Tomlin! Thank you for so much laughter and love.
howdy, just watched your film grandma yesterday, wow, loved it. especially your scene with sam. talking about it allday at work. i,ve never seen your work before lily. really impressed. looking forward to discovering more gems. cheers, rock on
Watching an old Johnny Carson interview with you rembering Laugh In, and attending a performance of "Search for..." I cannot thing of another entertainer I have been so consistently pleased by. Happy belated birthday.
Happy Birthday 🙂
Happiest of birthdays, Lily!
Happy Birthday to an incredible actress/comedian who never ceases to inspire laughter. Lovin Frankie and Grace which my kids recommended.. now I share with them my decades of laughter Lily inspired 🎂