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Tracy Morgan is best known as a TV actor. Comedian and actor best known for his work on the popular Saturday Night Live TV show and his role as Tracy Jordan on the 30 Rock TV show. His movie credits include Cop Out, The Longest Yard, and Are We There Yet? He was born on November 10, 1968 in New York City, NY. He stared at 30 Rock alongside Tina Fey and Alec Baldwin. Before starting his acting career, he worked briefly as a painter in New York. His recurring characters on Saturday Night Live included Brian Fellow, Uncle Jem, African Andy, and Benny the Bengal.

Tracy Morgan Biography
Short Bio
First NameTracy
Last NameMorgan
ProfessionTV Actor
Age50 years old
Birthday & Zodiac
Birth SignScorpio
Birth DateNovember 10, 1968
BirthdayNovember 10
Birth PlaceNew York City, NY


  • TV Actor

Tracy Morgan Education

  • Morgan was attending DeWitt Clinton High School. In 1985, at the age of 17 in his second year, he learned that his father had contracted AIDS from hypodermic needle use. His father died at the age of 39 in November 1987.
  • Morgan married his girlfriend Sabina that year and dropped out of college just four credits short of his diploma to take care of his sick father.

Before Fame

  • Before starting his acting career, he worked briefly as a painter in New York.

Tracy Morgan Height, Weight & Body Measurements

Tracy Morgan is 50 years old, he is 5′ 7″ (1.74 m) tall. His body measurements are still not confirmed yet. We will update you as soon as possible. His zodiac sign is Scorpio.

Height & Weight
Height (Approx.)5 Ft 7 In
Weight (Approx.)84 Kg
Body MeasurementsUnknown
Physical Stats
Eye ColorBlack
Hair ColorBlack
Dress SizeUnknown
Shoe SizeUnknown
Tracy Morgan Height, Weight & Body Measurements


  • His recurring characters on Saturday Night Live included Brian Fellow, Uncle Jem, African Andy, and Benny the Bengal.

Saturday Night Live

  • Morgan joined the comedy series Saturday Night Live in 1996 (Lorne Michaels chose him over Stephen Colbert in the final round) and performed as a regular until 2003. He returned to the host on 14 March 2009 and took up his role as Brian Fellow and Astronaut Jones. He then made a guest appearance at the 2011 Christmas Show, hosted by Jimmy Fallon, and hosted it again on October 17, 2015.

3D Rock

  • From 2006 to 2013, Morgan was a cast member of the 30 Rock TV show, portraying the character Tracy Jordan, a parody of himself. His work on 30 Rock was well received, and he was nominated for Outstanding Supporting Actor in the Emmy Awards 2009 Comedy Series.

The Last O.G.

  • Morgan started working at The Last O.G. in 2018.

Tracy Morgan Autobiography

  • Morgan's memoir, I Am the New Black, was published on October 20, 2009. The book features tales about staying at Tompkins Projects in Bed-Stuy, Brooklyn, and becoming a cast member on Saturday Night Live. Morgan appeared on National Public Radio Fresh Air hosted by Terry Gross, sometimes becoming very emotional about his former life in the New York ghetto.

Tracy Morgan Health problems – Diabetes, Kidney Transplant and Alcohol Abuse

  • Morgan was diagnosed with diabetes in 1996 and has been dealing with substance dependence for years to come. Morgan has admitted that many of his own problems have been incorporated into 30 Rock episodes. Morgan received a kidney transplant due to his diabetes and alcohol abuse at the beginning of December 2010. Morgan admitted that he did not take his diabetes seriously at first, but later realized that taking care of it would end up being a matter of life and death.

Tracy Morgan Controversies

  • On January 27, 2011, Morgan appeared on the TNT pregame coverage of the Miami Heat and New York Knicks nationally televised live basketball games on the NBA. During the show, the commentators Charles Barkley and Kenny Smith asked Morgan to choose between Sarah Palin and Tina Fey as to who was looking better (Fey, Morgan's 30 Rock co-star, portrays Palin on Saturday Night Live). Morgan said Palin was a “good masturbation material,” for which TNT apologized to the live camera.
  • During a show in Nashville , Tennessee, on June 3, 2011, Morgan made comments about homosexuals, allegedly claiming that if his son were gay, his son had better talk to him like a guy, or he would “take out a knife and stab him.” Morgan apologised, saying that he had “goed too far.” NBC Entertainment chief Bob Greenblatt said, “I speak for NBC and myself personally when I say we don't condone him.
  • On June 25, 2011, during a show at Caroline's in New York City, Morgan made remarks about disabled children, saying, “Don't ever mess with women who have delayed babies” and referring to a woman as “a cripple.” Peter Berns, CEO of The Arc, a disability group, said, “Tracy Morgan should apologize immediately, which is much too disrespectful to be excused as a joke,
  • In 2012, Morgan 's mother, Alicia Warden, said that her home in Youngstown, Ohio, was on the verge of foreclosure as a result of being laid off from her job the previous year. Her home valuation at the time was valued at $28,000, and her offer for assistance from Morgan resulted in a one-time donation of $2,000, which she declined. Morgan responded in a statement, “I'm saddened that these untrue stories about me have people questioning my commitment to my family. For reasons that are between us, I haven't seen my mother here in 11 years and out of a random call, and there's little to no contact with my sister. We all have personal family issues that we have to deal with in life, but I choose to deal with mine in my life. She said she had returned the following day and had been allowed to spend five minutes with Morgan, who was still a comatose at the time.

Awards & Achievements

Emmy Awards

  • 2009, Outstanding Supporting Actor in a Comedy Series, 30 Rock, nominated
  • 2016, Outstanding Guest Actor in a Comedy Series, Saturday Night Live, nominated

Image Awards

  • 2007, Outstanding Supporting Actor in a Comedy Series, 30 Rock, nominated
  • 2008, Outstanding Supporting Actor in a Comedy Series, 30 Rock, nominated

Work in Filmography

A Thin Line Between Love and HateBartender
Half BakedV. J.
BamboozledTV personality
How HighField of Dreams Guy
WaSanGoWoo PingEnglish dub
Jay and Silent Bob Strike BackPumpkin Escobar
30 Years to LifeTroy
Frank McKlusky, C.I.Reggie Rosengold
Head of StateMeat hustler
The Longest YardMs. Tucker
Are We There Yet?Satchel Paige BobbleheadVoice
Little ManPercy
VH1's Totally AwesomeDarnell
Farce of the PenguinsMarcusVoice
First SundayLeejohn
Superhero MovieProfessor Xavier
Deep in the ValleyBusta Nut
Cop OutPaul Hodges
Death at a FuneralNorman
The Other GuysHimself
The Son of No OneVincent Carter
Chick MagnetTracy
Why Stop NowLeopold “Sprinkles” Leonard
Rio 2LuizVoice
The BoxtrollsMr. GristleVoice
Top FiveFred
Accidental LoveKeyshawn
The Night BeforeNarrator / Santa Claus
Fist FightCoach Crawford
The ClapperChris
The StarFelixVoice
What Men WantJoe “Dolla” Barry
Scoob!Captain CavemanVoice
Coming 2 AmericaReemPost-production

Work in Television

MartinHustle Man7 episodes
Saturday Night LiveVarious roles137 episodes
3rd Rock from the SunTracy MorganEpisode: “Dick'll Take Manhattan: Part 1”
Crank YankersSpoonie LuvVoice
The Tracy Morgan ShowTracy Mitchell18 episodes; also producer
Mind of MenciaCaptain Black CawkEpisode: “Stereotype Olympics”
Where My Dogs At?WoofVoice
8 episodes
30 RockTracy Jordan136 episodes
Human GiantThe Invisible ManVoice
Episode: “I Want More Corn Chowder”
Scare TacticsHimself (host)20 episodes
Saturday Night LiveHimself (host)Episode: “Tracy Morgan/Kelly Clarkson”
Saturday Night LiveVariousEpisode: “Jimmy Fallon/Michael Bublé”
Tracy Morgan: Black and BlueHimselfStand-up special
Tracy Morgan: Bona FideHimselfStand-up special
Mr. PicklesSkidsVoice
Episode: “Dead Man's Curve”
Saturday Night LiveHimself (host)Episode: “Tracy Morgan/Demi Lovato”
Tracy Morgan: Staying AliveHimselfStand-up special
Somebody Feed PhilHimselfEpisode: “New York City”
The Raw WordHimself1 episode
The SimpsonsHimself
Tow Truck Driver
2 episodes
Episode: “Stuff”
The Last O.G.Tray BarkerMain cast
The Twilight ZoneJ.C. WheelerEpisode: “The Comedian”
Green Eggs and HamMichael the FoxVoice
Bubble GuppiesDr. Bigmouth BassVoice
Episode: “Secret Agent Nonny”

Tracy Morgan Martial Status

  • He married Sabrina Morgan in 1985 and had three sons until her divorce in 2009. He married Megan Wollover in 2015. The couple's got a daughter named Maven.

Family & Relatives

SpouseSabrina Morgan & Megan Wollover


  • He worked at 30 Rock alongside Tina Fey and Alec Baldwin.

Tracy Morgan Net Worth

Tracy Morgan is a well-known and popular Actor. The main and primary source of his income comes from Acting. Let’s check how rich Tracy Morgan is in 2020?

Net Worth (2020)$1.5 Million
Annual SalaryUnder Review.
Income SourcePrimary Income source Actor(profession).
Tracy Morgan Net Worth

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