By: Sarah Toce
She’s been the recipient of numerous Emmy, Tony, Grammy, and other distinguished awards in the entertainment industry in which she has played an important part for over 45 years on various stages.
Actress and comedienne Lily Tomin has worked alongside some of the very best talents in the history of television, film and all other areas of media. The characters she’s created still live in all of our hearts (remember “Edith Ann” and “Ernestein” from Laugh-In?). The Detroit native struck gold in the hilariously popular 9 to 5 with Dolly Parton and Jane Fonda. From there, she went on to win our hearts repeatedly with The Incredible Shrinking Woman and opposite Bette Midler in Big Business.
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[Photo Credit: Greg Gorman 2009]
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