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Over pastries and awards, Tina Fey talks about the highs and lows of being a female power player in Hollywood

Over pastries and awards, Tina Fey talks about the highs and lows of being a female power player in Hollywood

The 25th annual Women in Entertainment Breakfast brought together an invitation-only list of female power players to enjoy avocado on toast, frittata and pastries — and an awards ceremony like no other.

Said Jon Hamm, surveying the room from the podium at Milk Studios in Hollywood, “This is the most inspired I’ve been at 10 in the morning in some time.”

The Emmy-winning star of “Mad Men” came to the Dec. 7 event, hosted by the Hollywood Reporter, to present the Sherry Lansing Leadership Award to Tina Fey, while two Academy Award winners, Susan Sarandon and Jessica Lange, turned up to introduce Ryan Murphy, honored for his commitment to make 50% of the...

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