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Tracy Morgan marries

Published 24/08/2015

Megan Wollover and Tracy Morgan
Megan Wollover and Tracy Morgan

Tracy Morgan has tied the knot with Megan Wollover after being seriously injured in a fatal car crash that took place in the summer of 2014.

The 46-year-old 30 Rock actor found himself critically injured after being involved in a car crash on June 7, 2014 that took the life of his friend James McNair.

But Tracy has been recuperating nicely and seeing as he is on the mend, the star wed Megan on Sunday.

"After almost losing Tracy last year, I am so grateful to finally be married to the love of my life," Megan gushed to People magazine. “We have been through so much and our love is stronger for it.

“I'm so excited to see what our future holds and feel so blessed to spend the rest of my life with Tracy!"

The happy newlyweds tied the knot in front of close friends and family, including their two-year-old daughter Maven.

Tracy was in a coma for two weeks and suffered multiple broken bones which left him requiring a wheelchair after the auto accident.

He can now walk again and the star previously revealed he didn’t want to get hitched until it was possible for him to exchange vows standing on his own two legs.

“I don't want to walk my wife down the aisle with a cane or in a wheelchair. So I had to go hard with the therapy,” he told People in the past. “I had to get better. There was no ifs, ands or buts about it."

Tracy is also father to three sons from his first marriage to high school sweetheart Sabina, which lasted for 23 years. The comedian revealed in 2011 he and Megan had become engaged to wed.

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