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Hello Ms Tomlin Thankyou so much for being you .♥️???????
I love watching Grace and Frankie. Then I googled you! you have done extraordinary things! Your life has been so interesting. I wish you all the best ❤️ Thank you for everything you give to society. ?
I'm addicted to Grace and Frankie. Your such a beautiful actress. Your carefree life on the show is amazing. God bless you your amazing.
Hi, Lily. Just wanted to write in and say that I've been a huge fan of yours growing up in the 80s. The first time I saw your performance was on Sesame Street as Edith Ann. When I saw your film The Incredible Shrinking Woman, I knew I had to see every one of your films thereafter. Growing up with your entertainment meant a lot to me, and I cherish every single one of your films and stage performances. Even to this day, I consider you my absolute favorite actress, comedian, and all around great and wonderful personality. No matter what I was feeling, your bright, cheerful smile, your performances, and your films always made each day a good one to live from. It gives me a great honor to be able to be given an opportunity to write you and tell you just how much you meant to me growing up, and I thank you graciously for your amazing work in the entertainment field.
Dearest Lily, I have truly enjoyed watching the many characters you embraced and brought to life. BRAVO...you never disappoint, from Edith Anne (I was just a baby), Ernestine the Operator and fast forward to Frankie & Grace. Thank you for all of the laughter and emotions you carried through these characters, always giving a piece of yourself. An amazing artist with a creative and genius mind!
Thank you for all the laughter you have brought to my life! From the Incredible Shrinking Woman to recently Grace and Frankie. OMG you are utterly amazing and truly an amazing actress! As I grow older I’ve started to feel old...but after binge watching you in Grace and Frankie, I swear you have given me life!!! Just amazing!!
I have always enjoyed your comedy. Now loving your serious acting chops in Grace and Frankie.
Thank you, Lilly, for getting my friend Gloria and I through the Pandemic watching Grace and Frankie. I am going to be sad when we get through the series because your entire cast is a little bit of both ourselves and our families and we laugh so much that it takes our minds off the current situation. Gloria runs her catering company her grandparents began in 1964 and its been tough on business now that catering buffets is all but gone. I wrote a children’s book that came out right when the pandemic hit, halting my progress to promote. However, finding your snow has helped us as we sit and watch episodes for hours. Lol We watch the show and laugh, and cry. Tonight we saw up to the show where you got the house back. Seriously, We are going to miss you and Jane when there are no more shows to watch! Thank you again for being the saving Grace (no pun on words) to get us through the last month or so that we have been binge watching. Kelly and her BFF, Gloria.
Thank you so very much. I saw you in Search for Signs many years ago in Boston, have enjoyed so many of your characters before and since. You are a genius. Your work in Grace and Frankie is the most amazing gift, as I can enjoy your incredible talent in my living room during Covid. I hope you know how much joy you bring to the universe.
Hi Ms. Tomlin, Back in the 80s you and Jane were doing a show at the Old Globe Theater in San Diego. I was just a kid, around 12 or 13, and one night the two of you came into my parents’ video game arcade, Mission Games, in Hillcrest. Now I have to tell you, my mom (Ruthie) was not into movies or celebrities but the minute you walked in I knew who you were. You happened to be the one comedian my mom LOVED! After that night, my mom made sure to stay open later than usual so you and Jane could come in and play games undisturbed while you were in town. She was so excited to have you in the arcade, and never asked for your autograph or a picture because she felt you were there to have fun not be a “celebrity”. As a now 51 year old woman with a lesbian 24 year old daughter, I have to tell you how lucky I feel I was to have experienced working in the arcade with my parents in a primarily gay neighborhood and seeing couples like you and Jane. Thank you for being a wonderful influence on me.
Signed the petition you mentioned after seeing you on Hoda last night! Thank you for the heads up and for all you do, in all ways.
Good morning to you two!! Hope you are doing well. Saw Lily yesterday on Hoda and Jenna!! Lily - you are looking fabulous!! Whatever you are doing keep doing it!! Can't wait for the 7th season of Grace and Frankie to come out!! I am on my 40th time of watching seasons 1-6. I have watched so much that at certain times I can recite the lines!! Anyway - just wanted to say hello and send you both hugs and kisses!! Much Love and Admiration!! Elaine
Their performances are great, but the spirit and energy you pass through are insurmountable. A big hug from Chile.
Hello Miss Tomlin, our lives have crossed paths twice due to being Michigan natives. The first time I met you I was working in a studio in North Hollywood and I was the airbrush artist that spent the evening with you working on signs for intelligent life. I have to say you one of the nicest people I've ever worked with. Since I met you I started a retouching studio in Atlanta then moved it to Detroit and now back to Los Angeles. Very find side story I got to know and worked with Lisa Engler for six years. She's awesome and from what she tells me you and her mother were great friends. Small world isn't it. I've always loved your work but I really loved how genuine you were that night in North Hollywood! Lee
Lily, my mom gote hooked on you years ago and when I miss her I watch you, and all is right in my world. Thank you for being such an amazingly talented, brilliant, badass woman. I hope your art feeds your soul as it does mine. Brava!
Dear Ms Tomlin, I just watched and enjoyed your movie Radium Girls. An important, but sad, chapter in the effort for worker’s rights. What’s more sad is the same thing happened 50 years later when the US government sent me and thousands of my brother servicemen to Enewetak Atoll, Marshall Islands, to clean up radioactive debris from US nuclear testing in the 50’s and 60’s. We were sent there without any training or protection and now, 40 years later, many of those same men are dead or dying from radioactive contamination. And our government, like American Radium, knew the risks and are now just waiting for us to die. They won’t recognize our service nor give us health care. Possibly in another 50 years someone will make a movie about us, long after we are dead. Wish we could take them to court but we can’t and also can’t get anyone to support us. My only point is power continues to corrupt. Again, I enjoyed the movie and applaud the production. Aloha
Imagine my surprise when I received an email from change.org asking for $3 to help “get Palm Oil from Girl Scount cookies!!! Frankie B lives.
I don’t know if you’ll ever see this post but I sure hope somehow it gets to you. My husband and I have been a huge fans of yours not only because you’re a champion of LGBTQ rights but because you’re a phenomenal actress as well. The reason I am writing is not for that. I just watched your movie radium girls and you moved me beyond tears. I live in Ottawa Illinois Where the radium girls are very very familiar to me. I love how your movie garage the human side to the story. The horrific things that these women went through in the name of money appalls me. Up until this point I had not seen anything regarding the radium girls that showed such a humanity side to the story. I’m writing this post through tears to let you know how much the story meant. I hope someday you can see this post and no how meaningful this movie meant to me. Sincerely Mark Bruns-Revell