Anita Renfroe

From starting out a YouTube sensation, to traveling across the country, Good Morning America contributor Anita Renfroe has been making people laugh with her family-oriented comedy, giving her take on life as a mother and all the, ahem, joys that come with it.

Renfroe was already well loved by women's groups across the U.S. before YouTube delivered her infectious stand-up hilarity to the rest of us. In her most famous videotaped bit, she sings everything a mom typically says to her kids during a single day to the tune of "The William Tell Overture" (which takes just 2 minutes and 55 seconds) and garnered more than 15 million hits.

The mother of all comedians was born.

This pastor's wife now has a comedy DVD under her belt, called "It's Probaby Just My Thyroid," as well as a couple books -- "The Purse-Driven Life" and "If It's Not One Thing, It's Your Mother."

Renfroe's newest book, "Don't Say I Didn't Warn You," goes on sale in October 2009.

Renfroe and her husband, John, live in Atlanta and have three children, Calvin, Austin and Elyse.

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