In an in-depth interview with Rolling Stone, Tracy Morgan opens up about the accident that claimed the life of a dear friend of his and almost did the same to him. He talks about the road to recovery, thoughts of suicide and much more. “I said, ‘If my funny ever went away, I’d die. And I thought I was going to die for a long time. My thoughts — I was in a very dark place.”
The funny man also explains his first performance after the accident, hosting SNL and how either “it was going to be a train wreck or it was going to be a miracle. I decided to give you a miracle,” he said.
And about Tracy’s second chance at life? He says he looks forward to his wife getting pregnant again, to his daughter going to nursery school…I get to see all of that.” And we get to see more of him.
Check out the full article on Rolling Stone.