SEATTLE — Tina Fey's career may be longer than we realized.
There's a painting in the Frye Art Museum's original collection from 1917 that bears a striking resemblance to the star.
The stunning 'Portrait of Hanna Ralph' by Friedrich August von Kaulbach first caught the eye of the Seattle museum's staff, who joked that it carried a certain familiarity.
We showed the painting to the comic legend's best friend and fellow performer, Amy Poehler.
"Oh, sure. I mean, I can see it a little bit in the eyes," Poehler said, "Tina has such gorgeous, almond-shaped eyes."
So what could explain the Golden Globe host's features appearing in a dramatic prequel more than a century ago?
"We're all just witches, haunting in every decade," Poehler joked, "We're always watching you so don't forget that."