Tracey Morgan is well-known for her stand-up comedy and comic acting careers. Morgan's life was tough, and it took several personal tragedies before he could begin his career in comedy. His comedy career has lasted for several years, and, despite a near-fatal auto accident, he has continued to make a mark. Tracy Morgan's Net Worth is estimated to be $ 70 million.
Tracy Morgan was born Tracy Jamel Morgan in The Bronx, New York, on November 10, 1968. The mother of Tracy, Alicia, was a stay-at-home mother as was his dad; Jimmy was an accomplished musician and Vietnam Veteran, recovering addict to heroin who left his wife and children when Tracy was just six years old. Morgan was victimized as a youngster growing up in Bedford St. Stuyvesant's Tompkins Houses. T
Racy was a student at DeWitt Clinton High School when he was discovered in 1985; in his sophomore year, his father was suffering from AIDS due to the use of hypodermic needles. When Jimmy was diagnosed with AIDS in 1987, his condition deteriorated, and Tracy, newly married, walked out of school to take care of his health. Morgan briefly made a profit from crack to help his newlywed wife and two young children when Jimmy died in November of the same year. Tracy followed Morgan's best friend's suggestion, started doing stand-ups on the streets following his friend's death, and eventually became a renowned stand-up comedian.
Tracy had a wedding with his sweetheart from high school, Sabina, from 1987 until 2009. They welcomed their son Tracy Jr. in 1992, and Morgan officially adopted two sons of Sabina of previous marriages, Grid and Malcolm. Unfortunately, Sabina died of cancer in the year 2016. Tracy married the model Megan Wollover on August 23, 2015, and they had one child, Maven (born July 2, 2013). They were married until Tracy was divorced in July 2020. Morgan's addiction to alcohol caused him to divorce Sabina, in addition to a New York misdemeanor drunken driving charge and a Los Angeles DUI charge. Tracy was diagnosed as diabetic in 1996 and underwent an organ transplant in 2010.
in 2009 Morgan got nominated to win his debut Primetime Emmy, Outstanding Supporting Actor in a Comedy Series for "30 Rock." In 2016, "Saturday Night Live" was awarded An Outstanding Guest Performer for a Comedy Series nomination. Morgan was awarded the Golden Nymph award (from the Monte-Carlo Television Festival) as well as a NAMIC Vision Award for "30 Rock" in 2010, and Tracy, as well as the cast from "The Boxtrolls," received an award called a Behind the Voice Feature Film Voice Acting Award in 2015. He was also considered for 3 Black Reel Awards for Television and 10 NAACP Image Awards, and three Online Film & Television Association awards. He was also awarded an honorary Star at the Hollywood Walk of Fame in 2018.
Tracy Morgan is a very successful personality and has put in a lot of hard work to get there. He was committed throughout his entire life and never let himself stop thinking about his future. Tracy Morgan has seen what poverty can be and has been hit with a major blow following his dad's passing.
But, Tracy Morgan remained strong, and stand-up comedy became his life-saver. Tracy was able to achieve all the success in the world due to his work as a stand-up comedian and actor. Morgan is still active in his profession and is doing an amazing job.