"The Million Dollar Man" Ted DiBiase is the son of a wrestler, and the father of three wrestlers, Brett, Mike and Ted Jr. DiBiase is also a Christian minister and author in addition to his wrestling career.
His stepfather Mike DiBiase died 1969 in the ring during a wrestling match due to a heart attack.
In 1959 he was adopted by "Iron" Mike DiBiase.
Two of his sons, Mike DiBiase and Ted DiBiase Jr, have become professional wrestlers.
As a restler he was billed from Clearwater, Florida. In fact he is from Omaha, Nebraska.
He was voted "Best Heel" by the Wrestling Observer Newsletter in 1987 and 1988.
He received a wrestling scholarship at West Texas State University. He quit studying early to become a full-time wrestler.
He was trained by Dory Funk, Jr. and Terry Funk.
His Million Dollar Championship title belt cost 145.000 US$. The belt was made of gold and real diamonds.
In 1997 he released the book Every Man Has His Price.
He debuted at the WWE in 1987.
He founded the Heart of David Ministries in 1999.
He was married to Jaynet Foreman from 21 December 1973 until they got divorced on 22 July 1980.
He is a member of Alpha Tau Omega, an American fraternity.
His last wrestling match was against Scott Hall (known as Razor Ramon) in 1993.
He appeared in the 1978 movie "Paradise Alley" as unnamed wrestler.
He is a a Christian minister.
Ted DiBiase: I stand real tall when I stand on my wallet.
Ted DiBiase: Everybody has a price for the Million Dollar Man!
Ted DiBiase: You don't stand on Superman's cape, you don't spit in the wind, and you don't climb in the ring with the Million Dollar Man!
Ted DiBiase: You don't get the money!