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‘Golden Voice’ – Rediscovered

Ted Williams

Ted Williams

A pauper former radio announcer with a magic voice is rediscovered by an Ohio reporter and he is having a great comeback.

A reporter of Columbus Dispatch newspaper posted a video on YouTube, of a former radio announcer, who is now on roads begging for a living. The video has paved way to his come back.

Ted Williams, aged 53 is now employed after falling down from a promising career as a radio announcer. Wednesday will remain a memorable day for him, forever; who used to beg on a street during the day with a cardboard sign and slept in a temporary tent behind an old petrol station at night. He was homeless and hopeless, till the reporter chanced to come across him on Wednesday. He is now getting job offers.

According to reports, the video on Ted Williams received some eight million hits. He is rediscovered by a Columbus Dispatcher reporter in Ohio. Ted told the reporter that he visited his mother in New York for the fist time after a long gap of 20 years.

He told the reporter that he felt like Susan Boyle or Justin Bieber, admitting that ‘it almost’ chocked him. He has been without a place to live for the last ten years.

His life was beautiful, with a family of five children and a radio career. He took to drugs and alcohol. He lost interest in his career and landed himself on roads.

After the video on YouTube, it is reported that he got a full time job with basketball team the Cleveland Cavaliers. The job is full time announcing work

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Posted by on Jan 11 2011. Filed under Breaking News, Entertainment. You can follow any responses to this entry through the RSS 2.0. You can leave a response or trackback to this entry

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