07:51 AM EDT 07/06/2014
Originally posted 11/21/2013 07:50AM
Sylvia Celeste Browne, a celebrated psychic and New York Times best-selling author, died Wednesday at Good Samaritan Hospital in San Jose, Calif., her website announced. She was 77.
"For nearly six decades," said her site, "Sylvia Browne dedicated her life to helping others as a spiritual guide through private readings, past-life regressions and prayer groups that spanned the globe."
With her strong beliefs in God and reincarnation, the Kansas City, Mo., native often assisted authorities in criminal cases and, with her son, Chris Dufrense, offered personal psychic readings from their Northern California office, according to the San Jose Mercury News.
Originally posted 01/05/2011 01:05PM
Montel Williams was busted carrying a marijuana pipe as he passed through security at a Wisconsin airport Tuesday, according to reports.
Williams, a medical marijuana proponent who has said he uses the drug to relieve chronic pain from Multiple Sclerosis, was cited for possession of drug paraphernalia at General Mitchell International Airport in Milwaukee.
The former talk-show host, 54, was released after paying the $484 fine and continued on his way. He was first diagnosed with MS in 1999.
Originally posted 04/29/2008 06:40PM
His long-running talk show will end next month, but Montel Williams couldn't be happier, thanks to new bride Tara.
"It's been six months, but we'll be newlyweds two years from now," Montel told PEOPLE Monday night at the Tribeca Film Festival's premiere of War, Inc. "That's what I think. That's how I feel."
Originally posted 01/30/2008 06:40PM
"I can't say thank you enough to those who've welcomed me into their homes," he says
Originally posted 07/12/2006 09:35PM
Talk show host Montel Williams is engaged, PEOPLE has learned exclusively.
Originally posted 05/24/2004 06:00AM
Love the tough guys on Navy N.C.I.S.? Well, we hate to shatter your image, but they're not so tough. "Mark (Harmon) and I, sometimes we start to giggle, when we're supposed to look each other in the eye and be kind of tough," costar Michael Weatherly tells us. "It's hard for the editors to find bits with us not laughing with tears in our eyes." Hmm. But there is one thing about which Harmon – PEOPLE's Sexiest Man Alive in 1986 – is tough: punctuality. "You have to be on time," Weatherly says. "It's a Mark Harmon show, and he's a very punctual guy. He really feels it's out of respect for the process and all the people who work hard every day, that the actors should really endeavor to be on time. It's just the Mark Harmon way." Don't be late for the show's season finale on Tuesday – you've been warned.
Originally posted 01/08/2004 10:00AM
In the five years since Montel Williams learned that he has multiple sclerosis -- a progressive neurological disease with symptoms ranging from dizziness and fatigue to severely impeded mobility -- the talk-show host has become a man with a mission, PEOPLE reports in its latest issue.
Originally posted 01/15/1999 12:00AM
Montel Williams has been diagnosed with multiple sclerosis but told reporters Monday he won't quit his talk show. "This disease is not going to stop me," said Williams, who was accompanied by his wife, Grace, at a New York news conference. "We don't know how long I've had it for, but I've been misdiagnosed for 10 years." Williams, 43, is considering several recently approved drugs and is starting a fund drive to find a cure for the crippling disease. Today Williams will begin taping the ninth season of his nationally syndicated daytime talk show "The Montel Williams Show."
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