With a deep, refined voice, Ted Williams asked for help to get off the streets. He has been heard. Left homeless after his life and his radio career were ruined by drugs and alcohol, Williams has been offered a job by the Cleveland Cavaliers and is being pursued by NFL Films for possible work. He and his compelling tale became an online sensation after The Columbus Dispatch posted a clip of Williams demonstrating his voiceover skills by the side of the road.
“This has been totally, totally amazing,” Williams said in a phone interview, his voice choking with emotion. “I’m just so thankful. God has blessed me so deeply. I’m getting a second chance. Amazing.”
Williams, 53, was contacted Wednesday by the Cavaliers, who offered him a position that could include announcing work at Quicken Loans Arena. The team said details were still being worked out.
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