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Tracy Morgan: Will I ever be funny again?

2015-06-03 22:00

Los Angeles – A year after the accident that almost claimed his life, Tracy Morgan had his first interview on the Today show on Monday morning.

Part 2 of his emotional interview was screened on NBC Nightly News on Monday evening.

This interview takes places at the Saturday Night Live studio and it is the first time the comedian has visited since the accident.

Tracy said that being back felt like being at home.

Host Matt Lauer asked him how he is dealing with depression and Tracy responded: "I love comedy. I wonder how I'll be funny again, remembering my identity."

Right now fully recovering is at the top of Tracy’s list so that he can return to the stage and thank all the fans who have supported him.

Watch the full interview here:

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