After spending the last 17 years as a talk show host and 22 years prior in the military, I'm looking forward to the opportunities the next 17 years bringThis season to be the last for Montel show Jan 31, 2008
New York needs to act now to make marijuana legally available for medical useMontel Williams lobbies for medical pot May 11, 2005
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Montel Brian Anthony Williams (born July 3, 1956) is an American television personality, radio talk show host and actor. He is best known as host of the long-running The Montel Williams Show, and more recently as a spokesperson for the Partnership for Prescription Assistance (PPA). Williams is also active with the non-profit MS Foundation, which he founded after being diagnosed with multiple sclerosis in the late 1990s.
Williams was born in Baltimore, Maryland. As a resident of Glen Burnie, Maryland, he was bussed to Andover High School in neighboring Linthicum, Maryland where he was elected president of both his junior and senior classes. He was a good student, athlete and musician and active in county-wide student government issues in Annapolis, Maryland. His father, Herman Williams, Jr., was a firefighter who in 1992 became Baltimore's first African-American Fire Chief.