After a tumultuous 14 months left him fighting for his life and grieving the loss of a close friend, actor Tracy Morgan finally married his long-time fiancée, Megan Wollover, 28, in an intimate and emotional ceremony Sunday night (Aug. 23),

According to People, Morgan and Wollover not only celebrated their love but also their health and the future of their relationship. The two were surrounded by close family and friends, including their two-year-old daughter Maven, as they exchanged vows in a heartwarming ceremony. The location of the venue has yet to be disclosed.

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

Morgan was involved in a horrific near-fatal car accident on June 7, 2014, after a Walmart tractor-trailer smashed into his limousine on the New Jersey turnpike. The comedian suffered from a traumatic brain injury and several broken bones from the crash. His dear friend and fellow comedian, James McNair, died as a result of the collision.

The road to recovery was not an easy one. The 30 Rock star pushed himself through an extensive period of physical rehabilitation in order to have the opportunity to walk his wife down the aisle on their wedding day. Morgan learned to walk, stand, and sit all over again. He recalls the physical therapy and recovery exercises as a painful process, but the 46-year-old was determined to stand tall with his wife at the altar.

"I don't want to walk my wife down the aisle with a cane or in a wheelchair," said the Top Five actor. "So I had to go hard with the therapy... I had to get better. There was no ifs, ands or buts about it."

We Are FAMILY !!!!!! A photo posted by Tracy Morgan (@realtracymorgan) on Apr 5, 2014 at 6:11am PDT

After accomplishing his goals and promising to spend the rest of his life with his new wife, the couple is excited about the milestones and adventures they'll get to celebrate in the future. "I'm so excited to see what our future holds and feel so blessed to spend the rest of my life with Tracy," gushed Wollover.

Morgan, who received a star on the walk of fame earlier this year, will be returning to his Saturday Night Live home on Oct. 17 as a host for the late night comedy sketch show's forthcoming season.