If there’s anyone to make light of a scary situation, it’s someone like Tracy Morgan. The 47-year-old comedian survived a wreck that ended his friend’s life, and although things looked bleak at one point, Tracy managed to pull through and practically pick up right where he left off in his career. Because of his amazing recovery, Barbara Walters selected Tracy as one of the 10 Most Fascinating People of 2015. In the special, he made sure to acknowledge his guardian angels who he feels had a reason for keeping him alive.
Only Tracy Morgan can bring back 30 Rock! That’s right — Tina Fey, Jack McBrayer, Jane Krakowski and Alec Baldwin all graced the stage during Tracy’s opening on Oct. 18 after an epic skit that proved just how much they all loved him. Watch here.
Tracy Morgan, 46, is back and he’s so ready to rock the Saturday Night Live stage! The former cast member is getting ready for his hosting debut on Oct. 17, post-car accident, and there is nothing off topic for the comedian. He’s even poking fun at his brain damage in the new SNL promo with Bobby Moynihan, 38!
Only a few dozen people were lucky enough to witness Tracy Morgan’s return to live comedy on Oct. 12! The 46-year-old popped up at the Comedy Cellar and The Stand in NYC to give his first public stand-up shows since getting severely injured in a car crash 16 months ago, and from what attendees say, it seems he hasn’t lost a beat!
Tracy Morgan is truly an inspiration. The 46-year-old comedian, who is still recovering from his highway accident in June 2014, stepped on the Emmys stage on September 20 and immediately received a standing ovation. After the powerful moment, a brave Tracy lifted his shirt for photographers and revealed his large accident scars. See the pics and find out what the Emmys night meant to him!
Tracy Morgan, 46, surprised the 2015 Emmys audience when he took the stage to present an award on Sept. 20. Meanwhile, back in the pressroom, it was his adorable daughter Maven Sonae Morgan, 2, who clearly stole the show.
Tracy Morgan, 46, returned to the spotlight the only way he knows how — making everyone laugh! The funnyman returned to the stage for the first time since a tragic accident in June 2014 left him in a coma. The audience at the 2015 Primetime Emmy Awards on Sept. 20, was so moved they even gave him a standing ovation. The 46-year-old comedian returned the love by doing what he does best — cracking everyone up. But the highlight was definitely when he promised to get a ‘whole lot of women’ pregnant at the after party!