Ted Williams, the vagrant with the golden voice found on an Ohio road begging for change, has now hit the final miles of his media journey. But someone else in front of a microphone that has talent and needs a break will never get one.
You Tube sensation Ted Williams, whose golden voice captivated millions after a Columbia Dispatch reporter recorded a 97-second video of him while begging in the streets of Columbus, was offered a movie role in Hollywood opposite Jack Nicholson.
A homeless man with the awesome velvety radio voice has dominated the headlines leading newspapers including the Internet and broadcast media following his 97-second sample voice-over which was later uploaded on You Tube. He's now getting many job offers.