- The Washington Times - Wednesday, April 16, 2014

It’s not just paparazzi and fed-up fans who think Hollywood’s Alec Baldwin has been taking his frustration over media intrusions into his family life a bit too far.

Tracy Morgan, Mr. Baldwin’s former “30 Rock” co-star, told the New York Times that he’s “worried” about the high-strung star.

“[Mr. Baldwin] was concerned about the structure of my life, and now I’m concerned about the structure of his life,” Mr. Morgan said during an interview with the Times. “He’s getting fired from TV shows. He had about six fights since we left ‘30 Rock,’ you know. I’m worried about him. I mellowed out, my daughter mellowed me out, and I don’t get mad at anyone.”

Mr. Baldwin recently penned a piece in a New York publication condemning the city for allowing photographers such easy access to his family on the street. He threatened to move back to Los Angeles and live behind gates.

Mr. Morgan, no stranger to controversy himself, advised to his friend to “chill out.”

“Raise your family and enjoy your wife and your daughter,” Mr. Morgan said. “The paparazzi do what they do, man. They have a job, too.”

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