Morgan was born and raised in Bedford Stuyvesant, Brooklyn, and he has been a Giants fan his whole life. Morgan was injured in a serious car accident in June 2014, but he has made a miarculous recovery since. Nothing can get in the way of him watching his Giants.
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The fastest rapper alive has yet to release a serious track about his love for the Giants, but is there any doubt that he could find a way to incorporate the entire 53-man roster in just three verses?
You couldn't paint a better picture of a New York sports fan. Spike Lee is known for his die-hard New York Knicks fanhood, but he won't miss a Giants game.
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Most famous for his role in Entourage as Johnny Drama, the New Rochelle, N.Y., native decided against getting those calf implants after achieving the look he wanted himself during the Giants' 2011 Super Bowl run.
Although his most famous song may tell you differently, the rapper out of Queens, N.Y, doesn't always enjoy popping bottles at the club, but when he does it is because the Giants won.
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George R.R. Martin
The man most famous for Game Of Thrones is a big New York football fan. In fact, he has been sneaking famous Giants into his books for years now. He once referred to the Giants as House Stark, and he meant it as a good thing.
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Lady Gaga is a big Giants fan, but after her little incident during a game in 2011, she may actually be banned from attending home games.
Daniel Radcliffe is actually one of the most die-hard Giants fans on this list. He fell in love during his stay in New York. Gryffindor's seeker has a knack for the snitch, and you have to think that the Giants could find a way to get him into their lineup on defense.
Rooney and Kate Mara
The gorgeous sisters are best known for their work in Hollywood, and you don't need anything to confirm that they are true blue Giants fans. Rooney and Kate are the daughters of Giants VP of player evaluation Tim Mara.
Jackman doesn't just play a tough guy in his role as the Wolverine; he's a pretty tough guy in real life also. Jackman was a big rugby fan as a kid and he can be spotted in the picture above attending the Giants-Jets game from a few years back. The man prefers big blue over gang green.
Radio personality Artie Lange has been a Giants fan for a long time, but he doesn't quite care for the fair-weather Giants fans.
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The State Island native has rooted for the Giants since she was born. Those that were lucky enough to see her during her early 2000s run on Charmed believe that she had something to do with David Tyree's helmet catch.
The former American Idol winner perfromed the National Anthem during Super Bowl XLII between the New England Patriots and the New York Giants. When asked about which team she prefers, she was quick to call on the Giants.
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Joe "License Plate Guy" Ruback
The License Plate Guy has become a symbol and celebrity among all Giants fans. Ok, maybe he's not an actual famous person, but you won't find too many Giants fans who haven't heard of him.
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The Long Island native is best known for her role on Sports Center and her intense New York Rangers fanhood, but don't let that fool you. Behind the scenes, she roots just as hard for the Giants.