Hi, getting ready to escape to the beach house, such a healing, hillarious, show. You help balance this world out with laughter, wisdom, and love. I appreciate all that you do! Go Lilly! You empower us all...warmth.
Hey Jane and Lilly, I must have been under ten years old when I first noticed your comedy. It carried a message that a struggling London black kid got: there are some smart people out there poking fun at society's norms. That gave me comfort. Since then, I've caught snippets here and there and only yesterday looked up Lilly Tomlin on Wikipedia and now know why. More power to you sisters, in your way, you've done so much good in this world.
hi Lily or assistant, I just love your show, it is so refreshing for us older ladies, can you tell me where you get your clothes, especially those long sleeved undershirts. I adore your style. Good luck with your next season.
Hello Lily, My name is Julie Hillman. Im on the phone with my mother Susan Marienthal Hillman discussing some my earliest childhood memories and one of my most vivid memories is seeing you perform at my grandfather Oscar Marienthal's club Mr Kelly's. i never met my grandfather as he died in !963 1 year before i was born. The only time i ever went to Mister Kellys was to see you and i remember it like yesterday. I was a little girl and you were the 1st live performer I had ever seen and to this day probably the most memorable. I am 52 and live in NYC so i have seen many shows since but nothing for me was as exciting as that day with my mother seeing you. We are trying to figure out what year it was and what the date was. I of course figured i could find it on google and i could not but i did find your website which i just love. If you possibly know could you please tell me the dates that you performed at Mr Kellys? i feel like i was about 4 or 5 so it must have been the late 60s or early 70s but would love to know for sure. Thank you for leaving me with such an amazing memory. My Best,Julie
I love the G&F show; please keep up the good work. Lily, Jane, Martin and Sam are all such talented actors and absolutely a joy to watch. The talented guest stars are a wonderful infusion of talent. I love Lily's twinkling, dancing eyes.
Dearest Lily, My 16 yr old is so infatuated with you ever since Grace & Frankie came out. So much that we joke her & her youngest sister is exactly like you & Jane on there. Her sisters name is Lilly also, we seriously think she's a mini you. They want to meet you so badly! If you are in the Pittsburgh area look us up! Maddie, would love for you to come visit or vice versa. She now looking into your older work and she loves you even more! Keep doing what you do! Much love to you.
Lily, I really want you to meet you some day! You are honestly one of my favorite actresses and I cannot get enough of Grace and Frankie! Love you bunches!! 💗
Dear Lily, I have been giggling at you (with you?) for years. 🙂 Your passion for what you do is palpable... but for some people (me... and my friends), it's not only fun and frivolity, but a soothing form of therapy. Thank you for what you do, it's important, and precious. Still giggling! Peace, Mel
I just wanted to say how much I appreciate your work, Tomlin Wagner. I was born in 1961 and distinctly remember watching "J.T." as a child. I remember being moved to tears by that story that I watched when it first aired. I remember begging my folks to let me watch "Laugh-In" and being so grateful when they let me. You have always been a source of laughter and an honest unique perspective that I am glad to say has help shape me as a person at ease with himself. Thank you!
For many years I have lived without laughter. Grace and Frankie show has spoken to me. I can't stop watching, loving, laughing and enjoying every show. Thank you! Finally this is something for us older chicks to resonate with and feel good about ourselves. xoxo
Just wanted to sent greetings from zuerich (switzerland) I'm one of your biggist fan since ever.Just watched "All of me" again and i love "Frankie and Grace" God bless you and take care. Best wishes from switzerland Gesa
Dear Ms. Tomlin, My wife and I enjoy watching your show "Grace and Frankie". I remember in Season 1 when you made the comment on removing the Caps off the PET plastic Bottles. I am a member of the Association for Plastic Recyclers and will be hosting a webinar on KEEPING THE CAPS ON this June 20th. I would very much like to have you part of the discussion and like to help you understand why the importance of keeping the caps on the bottles. We, our company, construct the Bottle Recycling plants and just in North America alone, 1,500,000,000 pounds of PET bottles with Caps annually are , sorted, cleaned, and reprocessed in to many new products. As much as I love your show and admire your character, I would truly believe you can help us improve recycling by better understanding the way recycling works. There are hundreds of thousands of people related to the recycling industry in North America, and we believe strongly in making the world a better place. Please let me know how we might just connect so that we can help your audience understand the we want the CAPS ON! Thank you, Anthony S. Georges, President, AMUT North America, Inc.
Your show, "Grace and Frankie" is not only incredible adding laughter to viewer's lives, but also great joy and excitement to my 80 year old mom. You see, my mom has dementia and suffers with depression, but your acting in the show is priceless. It brings so much joy into the room and we thank you. If there is any chance to send my mom something for her upcoming birthday in June, I thank you many times.
Dear Lily , Wrinkles, the Musical, a full length play written by myself and Naomi Turner, will have its World Premiere at the Cape Cod Theatre Company from May 11 to June 11, 2017. Our hope is to tour with Wrinkles to over-55 communities throughout the country. Because you and Jane do great work to empower and give visibility to elder women, we think you would love this production and invite you to be our special guest at any time during the run. We would be happy to put you up (with guests), and treat you to seats on the date you prefer. . The evolution of Wrinkles, the Musical: In 2008, two women, Wilderness and Naomi, dearest of friends, were both celebrating their 60th birthdays. Wilderness went on silent retreat for three weeks and wrote poetry. Naomi got a personal trainer, cosmetic dentistry, Botox, Juvaderm, and laser treatments. Using Wilderness” poem, Hags and Crones, as their inspiration, the writers created the Wrinkles Revue which was further shaped, developed and directed by Broadway producer and longtime friend, Dani Davis, as a “work in progress” performance at Wellfleet Harbor Actors Theater in April 2010. Sold out houses, and standing ovations encouraged the writers to keep working toward development of an evening length, two act, book musical. Through extensive work with over 100 Cape Cod women, the writers, with the intention of empowering older women, created a script based on real stories shared by women ages 60-95 in workshops, interviews, and seminars. Nine composite characters were developed using the real life stories shared by these women. Thank you, Lily, for all you do to honor women at every age.
Dear Fantastic Lilly, My fiancé and I have binged Grace & Frankie multiple times — we can't get enough! We would love for you to officiate our wedding! (no kidding!) We're getting married 9/29 in Carlsbad, CA at the La Costa Resort. It would make our day!! Much Love, Lacy & Cisco
Hi. Love the frankie and grace series. So good. Love lilys earings in the finding phil episode. Is it possible to find details of where i can purchase the gold and silver drop earings lily wears in the car when pulled over by the police. Regards nerolie
Hola, Lily and Jane! (do you actually look at this stuff?) Just had to do this guestbook thing for some weird reason....maybe cuz we love you so much. But, likely it's also because I'm a Jan.'66 Cass Tech grad (and WSU) who went to our 50th reunion last June where you and several others famous CT peeps, like Tony award recipient Marilyn McCormick, were cheered and praised ultra-glowingly (not Ben Carson, who should have stuck to pediatric neurosurgery). Who'd o'thunkit? With my screwed up health history I couldn't imagine still being here, but holycrap here I am seizing this opportunity to tell you what you already know: you are a hero to so many, for your attitude and strength, plus your unwavering sense of Justice, and of course, the love and hilarity you give us. You help keep us going. As a Detroit booster living for decades in FL (mostly the FL Keys and Key West, moved to high ground North of Tampa recently) after years of global education and travels and who still gets up to the D nearly every year, I only want you to know me and my crazyass hubby love ALL your work. Yep, like so many, we've binged Grace and Frankie and have followed your work since Laugh-In. You and Jane rock! Big Love to you both, from Tina and Dennis, in FL, one of the top idiot states which also has lots of progressive activists charging onward. Peace!
You and jane arte beatiful..vi amo..........i love you!!! i'm waiting for next Seasons
Just bought And That's the Truth at a local estate sale, so excited to get it on the turntable!!! Would love to get it signed, too!
Annette from Scottsdale thank you Jane and lily for all the years of making me smile and inspiring me ! I love you both! Grace and Frankie saved me.... I broke my leg recently and have been homebound but am laughing thru the rehab !!!