Montel Williams’ Wife Tara Fowler

Tara Fowler

Tara Fowler is the gorgeous wife of TV personality and actor, Montel Williams –who was recently hospitalized due to over exercise.

Tara’s hubby is best known for hosting The Montel Williams Show from 1991 to 2008. Born Montel Bryan Anthony Williams on July 3, 1956; the Maryland native has also transitioned as a spokesman and businessman. He is an advocate for medical ********* use and supports efforts to make it legal across the country.

He is currently married to wife number three, Tara Flower, his wife since 2007. Williams is the proud father of four children, two each from his first two wives.

He was first married to Rochele See with whom he fathered daughters; Ashleigh Williams and Maressa Williams. Montel who served in the U.S.

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Military met his first wife while both were stationed in Guam. Williams and See were married from 1982 to 1989.

Montel’s daughter, Ashleigh Williams is a make-up artist while Maressa is a two-time cancer survivor and philanthropist.

In 1992 Montel married second wife, Grace Morley, the mother of his other two children, Montel Brian Hank Williams and Wyntergrace Williams.

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Accoridng to the NY Post Grace is a former exotic dancer turned actress whom Montel met during a taping of one of his shows. She is also described as a record producer and owner of Lowdown Records.

Montel Brian Hank Williams is an MMA fighter while sister, Wyntergrace is an actress whose credits include POP TV’s This Just In.

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Montel tied the knot to Tara Fowler in 2007 during a private ceremony in Bermuda. At the time of their wedding she was 36 and he was 51-years-old. According to People Tara Fowler wore a white Badgley Mishka gown and chandelier earrings.

Before becoming Tara Fowler Williams, she worked as an American Airline flight attendant. Montel popped the question in front of their families at a restaurant in Manhattan. Before their wedding ceremony, the couple treated all of their guests to a cruise around the island on a 100-ft. yacht.