Monday, August 19, 2019
You see the images that the public is demanding. Why more reality-based TV? You'd think that after the first Survivor it would have gone away, but it hasn't. The public demands it because they get all caught up in the personal stories, and want to see more and more.Ã¢â¬ Montel Williams tells his guest audience about how the press is always wanting to get up close and personal in people's business. As a star and MS patient, Williams knows exactly what he is talking about. Born Montel Brian Anthony Williams on July 3, 1959 in Baltimore, Maryland, Williams was bound for greatness. Growing up, Williams was already a star to everyone. In high school he was the class president his junior and senior year. He was an athlete, musician, and all around a great student. He was well known throughout his community, he was always active in county-wide government issues that was for all the students. As he got older, people still knew his name and his stardom was still advancing. After graduating in 1974 from high school, Williams enlisted into the U.S. Marine Corps. Being very impressed with Montel's strength and leadership, his superiors requested him to be placed in the Naval Academy Preparatory School at Newport, Rhode Island. Later he was accepted to the U.S. Academy at Annapolis and that is where this stars real battle begins. The well-known Montel Williams was hit with some devastating news that would later change his life drastically and forever. Although the now famous talk show host from The Montel Williams Show, the movie star, and the award winner has had to live and deal with multiple sclerosis for a good portion of his life, he has overcome many adversities such as Hollywood shame, pain, and the fear of giving up. Before graduating in ... ...has done. Every goal that was set was accomplished and every thought of defeat was pushed aside. Montel Williams is a true fighter and refused to let any of his adversities hold him back. He has never given up and still today informs his audience and the people about this disease and makes them aware that they are not invincible from it. Williams has made it through the recognition, the pain, the press, and the suffering. He has become one of the worlds most well-known and accomplished star and philanthropists. He has dedicated his life to helping others and informing others about multiple sclerosis. He knows the heartaches and the pain these people have been through, go through, and will go through. He knows what these patients need to fight back and win. He knows because he is a fighter himself and he defeats his illness everyday and in his eyes reigns victorious.