Tracy Morgan is scheduled for his first interview since the tragic accident last June that killed one passenger and seriously injured Morgan and three other passengers. Morgan will be interviewed by Matt Lauer, co-host of NBC’s Today show. Show More Summary
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The Hollywood Reporter brings word that Tracy Morgan is scheduled to join Today’s Matt Lauer for an interview on Monday, which will mark the first TV appearance for the former Saturday Night Live and 30 Rock star after he suffered debilitating injuries in a car crash last June. Show More Summary
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Tracy Morgan is heading to the Today show on June 1. The actor, joined by his lawyer, Benedict Morelli, will give his first TV interview to Today's Matt Lauer since sustaining critical injuries in a car crash last year Morgan and some friends were in a limo van on a New Jersey highway last June when they were slammed by a Wal-Mart truck. Show More Summary
Tracy Morgan will sit down with Matt Lauer on Monday's Today show, his first interview since being critically injured in a car accident nearly a year ago. The interview will be conducted live in the Today studio, and Morgan will be joined by his lawyer, Benedict Morelli. Tracy Morgan's lawyer says he... Read More > Other Links From TVGuide.com Tracy Morgan
Actor and comedian Tracy Morgan will sit down with Matt Lauer Monday in his first television interview since the June 2014 car crash that left him critically injured.
The "Entourage" star talks to TODAY's Matt Lauer about the upcoming film spin-off from the HBO comedy, and says new fans will enjoy the movie as much as devotees of the original series.
Actor and comedian Tracy Morgan sits down with Matt Lauer for his first TV interview since the June 2014 car crash that left him critically injured. The live interview airs Monday on Today. Yesterday, it was revealed that Morgan settled his lawsuit against Walmart. A Walmart truck slammed into the limovan Morgan was riding in, killing fellow comic James McNair.
When Matt Lauer pedaled into 30 Rock Thursday morning, Savannah Guthrie reported that Lauer’s 226-mile bike ride had raised $150,000 for Red Nose Day charities. 24 hours after the ride, Lauer’s “Tour de Red Nose” raised another $173,000 for a total of $323,000. Show More Summary
NEW YORK—Nervously checking his watch and glancing around the desolate underground parking garage in anticipation, The Today Show host Matt Lauer was reportedly waiting for an anonymous source with inside knowledge of the latest parenting trends during the early morning hours Thursday. Show More Summary
Matt Lauer pulled into the Today show plaza this morning just after 8 a.m. ET following a 226-mile bike tour, arriving ahead of tonight’s Red Nose Day telethon on NBC. Lauer trained for months riding about 100 miles a week leading up to the challenge which began Sunday in Boston. Show More Summary
Save the Children staff members Sara Bernabeo, Jeremy Soulliere and Ellen Gerstein with NBC "TODAY" show host Matt Lauer along his 230-mile bike trek to promote Red Nose Day. Photo by Susan Warner / Save the Children. It's rare we can...Show More Summary
Did Joe Scarborough just suggest that the suits at his own network are craven cowards who put bucks over ethics? On today's Morning Joe, Scarborough predicted that if Matt Lauer had pulled a Stephanopoulos, NBC would hesitate to punish him [just as ABC hasn't disciplined Steph], because Lauer's morning Today show "is where they make the money."
The former 'Today' co-anchors joked about a 2009 accident with a deer that landed Lauer in the hospital. read more
In this "Where in the World is Matt Lauer" clip from 2002, Matt gives the history of the Cannes International Film Festival.
While Ellen DeGeneres has been busy digitally dressing our own Matt Lauer in a series of barely-there outfits for months now, she's also had her eye on some serious fashions for her fans. -- This feed and its contents are the property of The Huffington Post, and use is subject to our terms. It may be used for personal consumption, but may not be distributed on a website.
Wednesday morning found the networks already investing front-line talent in the deadly crash of an Amtrak train just outside Philadelphia, with NBC’s “Today” moving Matt Lauer to the scene of the investigation. This evening, all main evening news anchors will be reporting and anchoring live from the accident site. Show More Summary
Janelle Richards is an NBC News producer who works on “NBC Nightly News.” She was headed back to New York aboard the Amtrak train that derailed Tuesday night. She survived the fatal crash, and told “Today” host Matt Lauer she’s physically...Show More Summary
On Tuesday's NBC Today, co-host Matt Lauer proclaimed: "potential presidential candidate Jeb Bush under fire now from both Democrats and fellow Republicans....a comment that, just like his brother, he would have authorized the 2003 invasion of Iraq." The headline on screen read: "Jeb's First Interview Fail?; Slammed by Both Parties Over Iraq Comments."