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Two years after a viral video transformed him from a homeless drug addict to a media sensation, Ted Williams has a steady job -- and a willingness to give back to those struggling as he did.
In a segment that appeared on TODAY Friday, Williams spoke with NBC’s Stephanie Gosk about his new job doing voiceovers for Kraft Macaroni & Cheese -- the latest peak in a life that has had more than its share of highs and lows. After becoming the No. 1 drive-time DJ in Columbus, Ohio, in the 1980s, Williams spent 17 years on the streets because of addictions to crack cocaine and alcohol.
But then came a YouTube video that went viral. Shot by Columbus Dispatch videographer Doral Chenoweth III in January 2011, it showed a bedraggled Williams performing a silky voiceover while panhandling off Interstate 71 in Columbus. In it Williams holds a sign that reads, “I’m an ex-radio announcer who has fallen on hard times...
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