Tracy Morgan Loves New York City and Talks Crazed Fans
Tracy Morgan is an actor and comedian best known for his roles on "Saturday Night Live" and "30 Rock", recently released his autobiography titled "I Am the New Black." In the book, Tracy talks about his struggles with life in Bed-Stuy, Brooklyn, being a star on "Saturday Night Live" and his personal life with his mother and father.
AOL Travel had the opportunity to sit down with the man who plays Tracy Jordan on "30 Rock" to talk about his love for New York City, his hundred-plus thousand dollar stay in the Bahamas and crazy fans on vacation.
What's your favorite city? Tracy Morgan: I love New York City. I mean, that's not a trick question right? Home is where the heart is and New York City is the mecca. I love other cities cause they're hip and I love America period. But home is where the heart is. There's no place like home, that's what Dorothy said. When you're in New York City, it's big lights baby. It's where dreams are made of. There's nothing you can't do. (singing) I'm in New York!
Worst Travel Experience?
Tracy Morgan: Being stuck in an airport in Pittsburgh for twenty-four hours.
What's your craziest fan encounter?
Tracy Morgan: Craziest moment? I guess, women pulling out their boobs. Women pulling their breasts out while I'm standing there with my wife and my three sons. It happens! I was just used to it happening at shows but to be walking down the street and a girl walks up like "bladow, sign my ..." I was flattered but it was also crazy.
Most outrageous hotel bill?
Tracy Morgan: My most outrageous hotel bill? I didn't pick it up. Someone, I'm not gonna mention any names, paid for me to stay at the Michael Jackson suite at Paradise Island in the Bahamas and that was twenty-four, twenty-five thousand dollars a night. I was there for about eight days so it was awesome.