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Starring for seven seasons on NBC’s Emmy and Golden Globe Award-winning “30 Rock,” Tracy Morgan appeared opposite Tina Fey and Alec Baldwin as Tracy Jordan, the unpredictable star of the fictional variety show “TGS with Tracy Jordan.” Morgan received his first Emmy nomination in the Supporting Actor category for this role; he has also been nominated for a Supporting Actor NAACP Image Award. The “30 Rock” cast has also won the Screen Actors Guild Award for Outstanding Performance by an Ensemble in a Comedy Series.
The last few years have been busy for Morgan as he balanced “30 Rock” and a busy movie career while also continuing to tour the country as a stand-up comedian. Morgan even added host to his line of credits when he served as the 2013 Billboard Music Awards emcee, keeping the laughs going on ABC’s live broadcast. With comedy always being his foundation, Morgan has also started to tackle dramas and independent films. In 2010, he starred alongside Al Pacino and Channing Tatum in the crime-thriller film “The Son of No One,” which received Sundance Film Festival honors.
Morgan also had the opportunity to be a part of some of the most successful animated films in recent years. In 2009, he made his animation debut, lending his voice to Jerry Bruckheimer’s “G-Force,” a live-action/CG film. The film opened at number one in US box offices and was celebrated by audiences worldwide. Last year, he starred as the bulldog Luiz in the colorful and lively film “Rio.”
Morgan reached another milestone in 2009 with the release of his first book — a compilation of studied anecdotes and some of the more serious moments that shaped him and his career — entitled “I Am the New Black.” He also headlined the famed New York Comedy Festival, which featured acclaimed comedians including Bill Maher, Andy Samberg and Patton Oswalt. Morgan recently rounded out his list of great comedic achievements with his first HBO special, “Black & Blue.”
As a stand-up comic who has headlined across the country and abroad, Morgan was first introduced to television audiences in his role as Hustle Man on the hit comedy series “Martin.” He went on to join “Saturday Night Live” in 1996 where he appeared for seven seasons and created such memorable characters as Astronaut Jones and Brian Fellows. After leaving “SNL,” Morgan went on to star in his own comedy series “The Tracy Morgan Show” and voiced Spoonie Luv on Comedy Central’s “Crank Yankers.” Additional film credits include “Cop Out”; the remake of the British film “Death at a Funeral”: Dimension Films’ “Superhero Movie”; “First Sunday,” opposite Ice Cube and Katt Williams; “The Longest Yard,” opposite Adam Sandler; the Wayans Brothers’ “Little Man”; “Jay and Silent Bob Strike Back”; and “Head of State” with Chris Rock.