If you’re a big Saturday Night Live fan, then you know how significant the recent October 17th, 2015 episode was for not only fans, but for the host, as well. It was the return of Tracy Morgan to the world of not only late-television, but to the world of performing. Tracy had kept an understandably low profile in the aftermath of a traffic collision in 2014 that nearly took his life. His extremely well-received hosting gig from SNL this past October made two things abundantly clear. We know that Morgan is ready to get back on the road. We also know that he has not lost a single time. His absurd observational humor, impeccable timing, and unique perspectives on life remain as sharp and hilarious as ever.
Simply put, if you have the opportunity to check out Morgan for yourself in the near future, then you better take advantage. The 30-Rock star remains one of the funniest comedians on the planet.
Tracy Morgan Bio
It’s hard to believe Morgan has been working as a comic for over twenty years, but it’s true. Even more remarkable is the fact that he made his debut with Saturday Night Live in 1996, nearly twenty full years ago. Morgan stayed with the show for some seven years, creating such popular characters as Astronaut Jones, before leaving in 2003 to pursue other activities. However, like most Saturday Night Live alumni, Morgan has made it a point to show up on the show sporadically.
However, as popular as he was during his Saturday Night Live stint, some might make the case that Morgan achieved his greatest creative and commercial success as a profound caricature of himself. For seven seasons, Morgan stole the show on 30 Rock, appearing with SNL cohorts like Tina Fey, but also sharing memorable moments on the screen with the likes of Alec Baldwin, Jack McBrayer, Jane Krakowski, and others. Morgan received a Primetime Emmy nomination for his work on the show, and established himself during the show’s run as a formidable comic talent. He has proven to be highly memorable in a wide range of films, including Cop Out, Death at a Funeral, Top Five, Jay and Silent Bob Strike Back, and many more. Morgan has proven repeatedly that even in multifaceted ensemble pieces, he can stand out from the crowd.
His stand-up comedy remains one of the hottest comedy tickets in the business. Tracy will be coming to Niagara Falls for one night only on February 26th, 2016 at the Seneca Niagara Casino. Seneca is located on the American side of Niagara Falls, a mere 5 minute drive from the Marriott Fallsview Hotel. When in town stay at the #1 rated Fallsview Hotel in Niagara, the Marriott Fallsview Hotel & Spa. For more details view our: