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Montel Brian Anthony Williams, usually named Montel Williams, is a famous person in the entertainment industry. It has been estimated that the overall sum of Montel Williams net worth has reached the sum of 10 million dollars up to date. Montel has earned his net worth as an actor, television personality and the host of radio shows. As the host he is well known for his work in ‘The Montel Williams Show’. Moreover, Williams is the founder of MS Foundation.
Montel Brian Anthony Williams was born on July 3, 1956 in Baltimore, Maryland, United States. He was raised in a family of six children. After school Montel Williams joined the United States Army. From 1974 to 1989 Williams served in the military forces. From 1974 to 1976 Montel served in the United States Marine Corps and from 1980 to 1989 in the United States Navy. He achieved the rank of Lieutenant and was awarded the Navy Achievement Medal, Navy Meritorious Service Medal and Navy Commendation Medal for his achievements.
Montel Williams Net Worth $10 Million
In 1991, Montel Williams debuted in the entertainment industry thus opening his net worth account. Montel started his career in ‘The Montel Williams Show’. After five years the show reached its peak increasing Montel’s net worth much. Montel won two Daytime Emmy Awards as the Outstanding Talk Show Host in 1996 and 2002. The show itself received several nominations. Williams also hosted the political show ‘American Candidate’ in 2004 and a radio show ‘Montel Across America’ in 2009.
In addition to being a very popular host, Williams added to his net worth as an actor. He appeared on the television series ‘JAG’ created by Donald P. Bellisario, ‘Matt Walters’ created by James D. Parriott, ‘All My Children’ created by Agnes Nixon, ’Guiding Light’ created by Irma Phillips and ‘Touched by an Angel’ created by John Masius.
Montel Williams added to his net worth appearing in the following films ‘The Peacekeeper’ (1997) directed by Frédéric Forestier, and ‘The Case of the Telltale Talk Show Host’ (1993) directed by Perry Mason. Moreover, Williams has increased his net worth as a producer and narrator of documentary film ‘4CHOSEN: The Documentary’.
Since 1997, he has published five books, respectively ‘Mountain, Get Out Of My Way’ (1997), ‘Life Lessons and Reflections’ (2000), ‘A Dozen Ways to Sunday. Mountain Movers Press’ (2001), ‘Body Change: The 21 Day Fitness Program for Changing Your Body and Changing Your Life’ (2003) and ‘Climbing Higher’ (2005).
Montel Williams owns his personal website www.montelwilliams.com where people can follow Williams’ career and donate money for MS Foundation. The above-mentioned foundation was launched in 1999 when Montel Williams got sick with multiple sclerosis.
Montel Williams has been married three times. He married his first wife Rochele See in 1982. However, after seven year of marriage the couple divorced, in 1989. He married for the second time in 1992 to Grace Morley. After eight years spent together, in 2000 the couple divorced. In 2007, Montel married Tara Fowler. The couple lives happily up to the present.
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Montel Williams information
|Birth date:||July 3, 1956|
|Birth place:||Baltimore, Maryland, United States|
|Height:||6 ft 1 in (1.87 m)|
|Profession:||Actor, Journalist, TV Personality, Author, Presenter, Spokesperson, Television producer|
|Nationality:||United States of America|
|Spouse:||Tara Fowler (m. 2007), Grace Morley (m. 1992–2000), Rochele See (m. 1982–1989)|
|Children:||Maressa Williams, Ashley Williams, Wyntergrace Williams, Montel Williams Jr|
|Books:||A Dozen Ways to Sunday|