Tracy Morgan - Excuse My French
Morgan was born and raised in Brooklyn, New York and was discovered at a comedy show at Harlem's famed Apollo theatre. Following his discovery, he secured a role on the hit TV show, "Martin", featuring Martin Lawrence. This gained him exposure and recognizability and eventually led him to joining the cast of Saturday Night Live in 1996. Morgan gained famed with his impersonations of Samuel L. Jackson and Al Sharpton.
Morgan also starred in several movies during this time period including the cult classic "Half Baked", as well as "Head of State" featuring SNL alum Chris Rock and "The Longest Yard", starring Adam Sandler. Morgan was at the top of his game when Tina Fey asked him to portray a fictionalized version of himself on her show "30 Rock". His role as Tracy Jordan has proved to be his most critically acclaimed to date, with the attention earning him an Emmy Nomination for Outstanding Supporting Actor in a Comedy Series in 2009.
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