Tracy Morgan Net Worth:$70 millions
|Net Worth:||$70 Million|
|Date of Birth:||Nov 10, 1968 (53 years old)|
|Height:||5 ft 10 in (1.78 m)|
|Profession:||Comedian, Actor, Television producer, Screenwriter, Voice Actor, Writer|
|Nationality:||United States of America|
Tracy morgan Net Worth is $70 million.
Tracy Morgan is an actor, comedian, and author who has a net worth of $70 million. A former “Saturday Night Live” cast member (1996–2003), Morgan is also well-known for his Emmy-nominated performance as Tracy Jordan on “30 Rock” (2006–2013), which was created by his “SNL” co-star Tina Fey.
The role was a loose caricature of Tracy’s real-life off-screen persona and was widely loved by critics and audiences. Morgan has also starred in several films, including “The Longest Yard” (2005), “Cop Out” (2010), and “Death at a Funeral” (2010) as well as the stand-up comedy specials “Tracy Morgan: Black and Blue” (2011), “Tracy Morgan: Bona Fide” (2014), and “Tracy Morgan: Staying Alive” (2017). Tracy began starring on the TBS network’s “The Last O.G.” in 2018, and he released his memoir, “I Am the New Black,” in 2009.
Tracy Morgan Wiki:
Morgan was born in Brooklyn and raised in Marlboro Houses and Tompkins Houses in its Bedford Stuyvesant neighborhood. He is the second of five children of a homemaker, Alicia and Jimmy Morgan, a musician who left the family when Morgan was six years old.
His father named him Tracy in honor of a platoon mate and friend who shipped off to Vietnam with him and was killed in action days later.
The target of bullies as a child, Morgan attended DeWitt Clinton High School.In 1985, at age 17 in his senior year, he learned his father had contracted HIV from hypodermic needle use.
Morgan married his girlfriend Sabina that year and dropped out of high school just four credits short of his diploma to care for his ailing father.
His father died in January 1987, at age 38. Living on welfare, Morgan sold crack cocaine with limited success, but began earning money performing comedy on the streets, after his best friend was murdered.
Morgan embarked on a stand-up comedy career, successfully enough that he “finally moved to a nice community in Riverdale, from a run-down apartment next to Yankee Stadium in the Bronx.
|Birth name||Tracy Jamal Morgan|
|Born||November 10, 1968 (age 53)|
Brooklyn, N.Y., U.S.
|Medium||Stand-up, television, film|
|Genres||Musical comedy,cringe comedy,character comedy|
|Subject(s)||African-American culture,race relations,racism,marriage,family,self-deprecation,recreational drug uses,ex-current events|
|Spouse||Sabina Morgan(m. 1987; div. 2009)|
(m. 2015; div. 2020)
Tracy Morgan Age, height, weight
Ніѕ hеіght іѕ 1.78 m tаll, аnd hіѕ wеіght іѕ 84 kg.
Tracy Morgan career:
Аftеr реrfоrmіng соmеdу, Тrасу Моrgаn gоt аn орроrtunіtу tо арреаr іn thе ТV ѕеrіеѕ ‘Маrtіn’ іn 1994. Ніѕ ѕuссеѕѕ mаdе hіm а саѕt оf ‘Ѕаturdау Nіght Lіvе’ fоr 7 ѕеаѕоnѕ. Durіng thаt tіmе, hе арреаrеd іn а tоtаl оf 137 еріѕоdеѕ оf thе ѕhоw.
Morgan was also a regular cast member on Uptown Comedy Club, a sketch-comedy show filmed in Harlem that aired for two seasons, from 1992 to 1994.
He appeared twice on HBO’s Def Comedy Jam
Morgan joined the cast of 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.
Morgan appeared in a stand-up special, One Mic, on Comedy Central. He also hosted the first Spike Guys’ Choice Awards, which aired on June 13, 2007.
In 2003, he was on an episode of Punk’d in which his car was towed from the valet parking. He can be heard as Spoonie Luv on the Comedy Central program Crank Yankers and as Woof in the animated series Where My Dogs At?. He also was the voice of Luis in the animated film Rio.
He returned to host Saturday Night Live on March 14, 2009, and reprised his roles as Brian Fellow and Astronaut Jones. He then made a guest appearance on the 2011 Christmas show, hosted by Jimmy Fallon, and hosted again on October 17, 2015.
From 2006 to 2013, Morgan was a cast member of the television series 30 Rock, playing the character Tracy Jordan, a caricature of himself. His work on 30 Rock was well-received, and he was nominated for Outstanding Supporting Actor in a Comedy Series at the 2009 Emmy Awards.
He returned to the role in July 2020 for a reunion episode during the COVID-19 pandemic that was an upfront special for NBCUniversal
Morgan had his own sitcom, The Tracy Morgan Show, in 2003, which was canceled after one season.
Morgan acted in commercials for NFL 2K, NBA 2K, and NHL 2K, co-starring with Warren Sapp, Ben Wallace and Jeremy Roenick. He appeared in Adam Sandler’s film The Longest Yard as a transgender inmate.
Morgan has hosted the VH1 Hip Hop Honors for two consecutive years,and hosted the 2013 Billboard Music Awards.
Morgan appeared in two episodes of the Animal Planet series Tanked, first having a Jaws-themed shark tank built in the basement of his house, then having a replacement tank built for his giant Pacific octopus.
In July 2019, he hosted the ESPYs in Los Angeles. In February 2022, the New York Friars Club announced that it would bestow the Entertainment Icon Award on Morgan at the club’s spring gala. Morgan is only the ninth recipient of the prestigious comedy award, and the first Black recipient
Tracy Morgan Personal life:
In 1987, while in high school, Morgan married his girlfriend Sabina. The pair have 3 sons together. Morgan filed for divorce in August 2009, after having been separated for approximately eight years.
Morgan credits one of his sons with having saved him from his alcoholism.Morgan said in 2009, “I’m estranged from my own mother and most of my family, and I’m not sure that’s going to change much.
In September 2011, on the red carpet at the Emmy Awards, Morgan announced he and model Megan Wollover had become engaged six months earlier in San Francisco.Their first child, daughter Maven, was born in New York City on July 2, 2013.Morgan and Wollover married on August 23, 2015. Morgan filed for divorce July 2020.
Tracy Morgan Awards:
2009, Outstanding Supporting Actor in a Comedy Series, 30 Rock, nominated
2016, Outstanding Guest Actor in a Comedy Series, Saturday Night Live, nominated
2007, Outstanding Supporting Actor in a Comedy Series, 30 Rock, nominated
2008, Outstanding Supporting Actor in a Comedy Series, 30 Rock, nominated