Homeless man's radio voice is a hit
A 53-year-old homeless man from Columbus in Ohio has been receiving offers of radio work after being talent-spotted by a local newspaper reporter while asking for money by a roadside.
Footage of Ted Williams demonstrating his voice-over skills was posted online by The Columbus Dispatch newspaper.
After a life of drug and alcohol addiction and living on the streets, he has accepted a two-year contract as an announcer.
06 Jan 2011
- From the section US & Canada