’30 Rock’ Actor Returns From Kidney Transplant

Feb 8, 2011  •  Post A Comment

One of the stars of the NBC sitcom "30 Rock," who has been sidelined since December, has returned to work on the show, reports Entertainment Weekly.

Tracy Morgan underwent a kidney transplant in December and missed a few shows while recovering from the surgery. He has been up and about, having been seen at Madison Square Garden, where he watched a New York Knicks basketball game. He appeared on camera with the TNT announcers, including Charles Barkley, during a pregame telecast, and made headlines with a lewd remark about Sarah Palin, as we reported earlier.

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  1. Documentary – “My Kidney, His Life” is story of a father and his son. In April of 2008, the son donated his left kidney to a perfect stranger so that his father could receive a kidney from yet another stranger. Four donors gave to four people they had never met before in the largest kidney exchange to date in the Midwest. All did it to save their loved ones. This documentary is a personal story about the fears, concerns and joys experienced throughout the donation process. It’s about having the opportunity to save life yet having to risk to do it.
    To watch please visit – http://www.cultureunplugged.com/play/4987

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