Tracy Morgan Net Worth is
Tracy Morgan Biography
Tracy Jamal Morgan is highly acclaimed American comedian, actor and author. It is estimated that Tracy Morgan’s net worth reaches $18 million. Tracy’s first appearance on TV was in 1994 “Martin” show where he played Hustle Man. He also had appeared in well known TV series “3rd Rock from the Sun”. What is more, Tracy Morgan had appeared in several feature movies, such as: ‘‘The Longest Yard’’ starring Adam Sandler, Chris Rock and Nelly, ‘‘Little Man’’ starring Marlon Wayans and Shawn Wayans, ‘‘The Other Guys’’ starring Will Ferrell and Mark Wahlberg.
Tracy Morgan Net Worth $18 Million
However, despite the roles in box office movies Tracy Morgan is best-known for performing at TV shows “Saturday Night Live and 30 Rock”, which increased Morgan’s net worth. The latter won him three nominations as an Outstanding Supporting Actor in a Comedy Series in 2007, 2008 and 2009.
Tracy Morgan was born in Bronx, New York City, on 10th November in 1968. Morgan’s childhood was quite challenging. Growing in a family of five children and drug-addict father he was bullied and dropped out of high school. The same year he married his girlfriend, who shortly gave birth to their first child. Tracy Morgan sold crack cocaine in order to support his family. However, soon Tracy started to earn some money by performing comedy on the streets and soon moved to more respectable neighborhood.
Tracy Morgan’s net worth really launched up in 1996 when he joined the comedy show “Saturday Night Live” where he was a regular until 2003. His well-known characters played on the show include Brian Fellow, Bishop Don ‘‘Mack’’ Donald, Astronaut Jones, Woodrow. After SNL, Tracy Morgan became a cast member of “30 Rock”, where he played Tracy Jordan. The performance was widely recognized and Morgan received an Emmy nomination in 2009.
Tracy Morgan also boosted his assets by hosting various events, such as VH1 Hip Hop Honors and 2013 Billboard Music Awards. He also appeared in several commercials and other events. Tracy’s net worth also increased after his autobiography “I Am the New Black” came out in 2009.
Despite the success in business life, misfortune does not bypass Tracy’s personal life. In 1996 comedian was diagnosed with diabetes. At first he did not agree to change his lifestyle, but after experiencing dangerously high fever on TV set he became very cautious. Morgan was arrested in 2005 and charged with driving under the influence of alcohol. In 2014 Tracy survived a serious car accident which caused a number of broken bones in Morgan’s body.
Regardless all the ventures in life, Tracy Morgan still stands tall. Morgan’s net worth is constantly growing. Incomes come from a number of restaurants he owns, what is more, comedian has his own Vodka and perfume brands, which also contributes greatly to his net worth. The one may ask ‘‘So how rich is Tracy Morgan?’’ and we can tell you that it would not be a lie to tell he is filthy rich, otherwise “People with Money” magazine would not have entitled him as a highest-paid actors for 2014.
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|Net Worth||$18 Million|
|Date Of Birth||November 10, 1968|
|Place Of Birth||The Bronx, New York City, New York, United States|
|Height||5 ft 10 in (1.78 m)|
|Profession||Comedian, Actor, Television producer, Screenwriter, Voice Actor, Writer|
|Nationality||United States of America|
|Spouse||Sabina Morgan (m. 1985–2009)|
|Children||Gitrid Morgan, Malcolm Morgan, Maven Sonae Morgan, Tracy Morgan Jr.|
|Parents||Alicia Warden, James Morgan, Jr.|
|Nicknames||Tracy Jamal Morgan|
|Breaking the Silence||1992||TV Movie||Roxy|
|Jo Jo Dancer, Your Life Is Calling||1986||Female Heckler|
|Hell Town||1985||TV Series||Brandywine|
|Hell Town||1985||TV Movie||Brandy Wine|
|Bud and Lou||1978||TV Movie|
|The Paper Chase||1978||TV Series||Pete|
|Helter Skelter||1976||TV Movie||Henna Woman|
|The Mad Bomber||1973||Waitress|
|Play It As It Lays||1972||Jeanelle|
|Julia||1969||TV Series||Hilda Waggedorn / Wanda Waggedorn|
|Perry Mason||1964-1965||TV Series||Doreen Wilde / Waitress|
|The Loner||1965||TV Series||Francine|
|Bombers B-52||1957||Redhead (uncredited)|
|The Colgate Comedy Hour||1955||TV Series|
|A Whole Lotta Fun||1988||TV Movie|
|Me & Mrs. C.||TV Series teleplay - 2 episodes, 1986 - 1987 story - 1 episode, 1987 written by - 1 episode, 1986|