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Overview (3)

Born in The Bronx, New York City, New York, USA
Birth NameTracy Jamal Morgan
Height 5' 8½" (1.74 m)

Mini Bio (1)

Tracy Morgan is an African-American comedian and actor from New York City who is known for playing Tracy Jordan from 30 Rock, Luiz from the Blue Sky Studios Rio franchise, Tray Barker from The Last O.G. and several roles on Saturday Night Live. He also was in Scoob, Fist Fight, G-Force, The Boxtrolls, The Longest Yard and Crank Yankers. He was married two times.

- IMDb Mini Biography By: Christian Frates

Family (1)

Spouse Megan Wollover (23 August 2015 - present)  (1 child)
Sabina Morgan (14 August 1998 - 2009)  (divorced)  (3 children)

Trade Mark (1)

jokes about getting women pregnant

Trivia (21)

Is an active stand-up comedian.
Recurring characters include Dominican Lou, Mrs. Parker, Reggie Owens, Captain Munclair Vanderhousen III, and Tate Witherspoon. His impressions include Louis Armstrong, "Judge Judy" bailiff Bert, Maya Angelou, Marion Barry Jr., Cuba Gooding Jr., Tito Jackson, Star Jones, Marion "Suge" Knight, William Perry, Della Reese, Mr. T, Mike Tyson, Maxine Waters, Thelma Weston, Reggie White, Lou Bega and Tiger Woods's father Earl Woods.
Favorite SNL character is Astronaut Jones.
Inspired by Andrew Dice Clay.
His ex-wife, Sabina Morgan, was his high school sweetheart. Their children are Gitrid Morgan (born 1986); Malcolm Morgan (born 1988); and Tracy Morgan Jr. (born 1992).
One of his trademarks is the oddball way he says the word "hilarious".
His father passed away from AIDS when Tracy was 17 years old.
Has diabetes; recovered from a kidney transplant he received on December 10, 2010.
Became engaged to model Megan Wollover (2011).
Has one daughter with fiancée Megan Wollover, Maven Sonae Morgan, who was born on July 2, 2013.
Was critically injured on June 7, 2014, when his limousine was rear-ended by an 18 wheeler on a New Jersey highway. James Uncle Jimmy Mack McNair was killed in the accident.
First met Saturday Night Live (1975) producer Lorne Michaels, while working as a vendor at Yankee Stadium.
Has stated Eddie Murphy was the first person to make him laugh after his 2014 automobile accident.
Jokingly addresses David Letterman as D-Rock, Jimmy Fallon as Jimbo, and Conan O'Brien as C-Black.
Received the final call back audition for SNL with Stephen Colbert (1996).
Settled the lawsuit against Walmart for an undisclosed sum. [May 2017]
Received a star on the Hollywood Walk of Fame at 6280 Hollywood Boulevard in Hollywood, California on April 10, 2018.
According to New York City public records, Tracy and his first wife Sabina were not legally married until August 1998. Several sources state that they were married in 1985, shortly after he dropped out of high school.
His father was a Vietnam veteran. He named him Tracy after a fellow soldier who was killed in action.
Son of Alicia Warden and Jimmy Morgan, a musician.
Grew up in Tompkins Houses in Brooklyn, New York.

Personal Quotes (7)

[on Jimmy Fallon on "SNL"] ...laughing and all that dumb ep] he used to do. He wouldn't mess with me because I didn't ep]ing play that s--t. That's taking all the attention off of everybody else and putting it on you, like, 'Oh, look at me, I'm the cute one.' I told him not to do that s--t in my sketches, so he never did.
You get somebody to crack a smile, that's a beautiful thing. So I think all comedians are earning their wings into heaven. We're all going to heaven, but everybody's not going to get their wings. Some people are just going to be regular angels. Doing cleanup, janitor work. In heaven, I'm going to sit on the couch with Oprah.
[on growing up in the ghetto] The perception that our community is Oz (1997), that it's The Wire (2002), that's not how it always is in the 'hood. There's little girls jumping double-dutch, there's little boys playing skelly, opening up the Johnny pump. There's beauty there.
[on his relationship with Tina Fey] I love her, because she helped me understand my voice, and helped me find who I was, and she's always encouraging me.
[on the truck driver that crashed into his limousine in 2014] I forgave him and I'm not even mad at him no more ... But you know who is mad at him? All my white neighbors.
[on how his grandmother felt after his 2014 automobile accident] Just like every other old black woman, all she cares about is education. So I said, 'Grandma, I made it. I'm alive.' She said, 'Good, now you can go back and get your GED.'.
[on The Godfather (1972)] Sonny would have lived if they had EZ-pass.

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