Tina Fey is glad she’s not actually sisters with Amy Poehler, as the chances they would both make it are slim.
There are not many siblings that make it through, like Chris and Liam Hemsworth, Jake and Maggie Gyllenhaal and Kylie and Dannii Minogue, but it’s rare for a whole family to make it into the limelight. Tina and Amy may regard each other as sisters, but Tina is relieved that they have different parents.
“If we’d grown up as sisters it would be like, ‘We can’t both grow up and do this,'” Tina laughed to Britain’s Stylist magazine. “We can’t both be on Saturday Night Live’. That would be weird. That would have messed it up.” The bond between Amy and Tina is strong like sisters, but still there is room for thought to be happy not being exactly related. For the next move Sisters they are working together. It tells the story of the Ellis girls throwing one last house party before their mum and dad sell the family home.
“We feel like sisters,” Amy smiled. “We’ve known each other for 20 years now and a lot about being a family is having those experiences and remembering someone from when you’re trying to figure out who you’re supposed to be.” “Tina and I met each other in Chicago in the mid-’90s when we were on the path where we weren’t quite sure what we were going to be.”