Ted DiBiase


Ted DiBiase is a WWE Hall Of Fame professional wrestler, known as the “Million Dollar Man” of the World Wrestling Federation (now known as WWE). Raised by “Iron” Mike DiBiase, Ted received honors in high school football, attended West Texas State college on a football scholarship, then followed his dad’s footsteps to become a professional wrestler. In 1987, his career skyrocketed when he entered the WWF and became the “Million Dollar Man.” He played Madison Square Garden, The Superdome, The Skydome, The Tokyo Dome, Wembley Stadium, and his image became action figures, video game characters, T-shirts, pin-ball machines, and more. After a career-ending injury, he became a manager, winding down his wrestling career while working for Ted Turner at the World Championship Wrestling (WCW). Ted became close friends with CMN founder Dr. Edwin Louis Cole as Ted launched his career as an evangelist and motivational speaker. He is the author of Every Man Has His Price, and subject of the 2018 documentary The Price of Fame. He and his wife Melanie have been married for over thirty years and have three sons.