Lily Tomlin Movies
Tomlin's career kicked into high gear in 1970 when she joined the kooky cast of the TV comedy series "Laugh-In," where her daffy characters Ernestine the telephone operator and 5-year-old Edith Ann kept viewers in stitches. Surprisingly, Tomlin made her film debut in a dramatic role in Nashville (1975), for which she snagged an Oscar nomination. Her subsequent movies include 9 to 5 (1980), All of Me (1984), Shadows and Fog (1992) and The Beverly Hillbillies (1993).
Tomlin returned to television in 1996 as a regular on the sitcom "Murphy Brown" and took on a recurring role in "The West Wing" beginning in 2002.
While scouting applicants at an experimental high school, Ivy League admissions officer Portia Nathan discovers that the school's founder is her former college classmate John Halsey -- and that she may have a connection to one of his students.
- Richard Pryor: Omit the Logic
- Carol Channing: Larger Than Life
- Web Therapy
- The Pink Panther 2
- The Walker
- Kate Clinton: The 25th Anniversary Tour
- A Prairie Home Companion
- The Ant Bully
- I Heart Huckabees
- The Magic School Bus: Super Sports Fun
- The Magic School Bus: Bugs, Bugs, Bugs!
- Oscar Wilde: Happy Birthday, Oscar Wilde
- Superstar in a Housedress
- Goodnight, We Love You
- Helen's War
- Orange County
- The Magic School Bus: Creepy, Crawly Fun
- The I Love Lucy 50th Anniversary Special
- The Kid
- Saturday Night Live: 25th Anniversary
- Tea with Mussolini
- Get Bruce!
- Flirting with Disaster
- Getting Away with Murder
- The Celluloid Closet
- Blue in the Face
- The Magic School Bus: Catches a Wave
- The Magic School Bus: Human Body
- And the Band Played On
- Short Cuts
- All of Me
- Nine to Five
- Rowan & Martin's Laugh-In