Tracy Morgan

Stand-Up Comedian Tracy Morgan

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Born: November 10, 1968

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April 25 9:00 PM

Mystere Theatre
Treasure Island
3300 S. Las Vegas Blvd.
Las Vegas, NV

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Videos

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Tracy Morgan - Black and Blue - Uncensored
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Uncensored - Comedy Central Re-Animated - Tracy Morgan - Thanksgiving at the Morgan's
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TRACY MORGAN - BLACK & BLUE (PUT THE KIDS TO BED)
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Specials (and other video)

2010 Tracy Morgan: Black and Blue
2008 Laffapalooza: Live from Las Vegas
2008 Laffapalooza: Live from Las Vegas

Host

2006 Tracy Morgan: Life, Love and Lust
2002 Comic Groove

Host

This show features multiple comedians.

2002 Tracy Morgan: One Mic
1995 Def Comedy Jam
1993 Uptown Comedy Club

Books (by and about)

2009 I Am the New Black

with Anthony Bozza

Jokes

They got this program called Intervention. White people get on planes and boats and buses then go all the way across country to save the one muthafucka in the family who’s on crack. Black people don’t do shit...

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Delivery: 43211
Material: 21321

Just not exciting.  Sorry.

Biography

With a trio of films on the way, two in production and a hit television series, Tracy Morgan has been an extremely busy man as of late. He is filming the Screen Gems comedy “Death at a Funeral,” a remake of the 2007 British movie of the same name, alongside Chris Rock and Martin Lawrence. He will next be heard lending his voice to two animated movies: Disney and Jerry Bruckheimer Films’ “G-Force” and Sony Pictures Animation’s “Cloudy with a Chance of Meatballs.” In “G-Force,” a combination live action/CG film, Morgan’s stars as “Blaster,” one of the highly trained secret agent guinea pigs dispatched to save the world, opposite Penelope Cruz, Nicholas Cage and Steve Buscemi. Inspired by the beloved children’s book, “Cloudy with a Chance of Meatballs” tells the story of a town where food falls from the sky like rain. Morgan lends his voice alongside Anna Faris and Andy Samberg.

Morgan can currently be seen starring on NBC’s two-time Emmy and Golden Globe Award-winning “30 Rock.” He stars opposite Tina Fey and Alec Baldwin as “Tracy Jordan,” the unpredictable star of Liz Lemon’s (Fey) hit variety show, “TGS with Tracy Jordan.” Morgan has twice been nominated for the NAACP Image Award for his role. Along with the cast, Morgan also has won a 2009 Screen Actors Guild Award for “Outstanding Performance by an Ensemble in a Comedy Series.”

Morgan will also star alongside Bruce Willis in the Warner Bros Pictures’ film “A Couple of Dicks,” a comedy about two cops whose adventures include locating a stolen baseball card, rescuing a woman and dealing with gangsters and their laundered money. He will also be seen in the David O. Russell (“I Heart Huckabees”) romantic comedy “Nailed,” opposite Jake Gyllenhaal and Jessica Biel. Morgan’s other feature film credits include: Dimension Films’ “Superhero Movie,” “First Sunday” opposite Ice Cube and Katt Williams, “The Longest Yard” opposite Adam Sandler, the Wayan’s brothers “Little Man,” “Jay and Silent Bob Strike Back” and “Head of State.”

As a stand-up comic who has headlined across the country, Morgan was first introduced to television audiences in his role as “Hustleman” on the hit comedy series “Martin.” He went on in 1996 to join “Saturday Night Live,” where he appeared for seven seasons and created such memorable characters as “Astronaut Jones” and “Brian Fellow.” After leaving SNL, Morgan went on to star in his own comedy series “The Tracy Morgan Show” and as the voice of “Spoonie Luv” on Comedy Central’s “Crank Yankers.”
Morgan currently resides in New York City.