Ted Williams, the Golden-Voiced Homeless Man, to Star in Reality Show

Feb 23, 2011  •  Post A Comment

Ted WIlliams, the homeless man who shot to fame with his golden radio voice, is getting another chance at fame, with a reality show called "Second Chances at Life," reports the New York Daily News.

The show, which starts shooting in two weeks, will track how WIlliams’ promising career in radio unraveled until he became homeless and then found fame through a YouTube video last month, the story notes.

Williams’ representative declined to provide details on the show, but noted that the network airing it will make an announcement soon, the piece says.

[Here at TVWeek our favorite part of this story is the fact that Williams (of course) now has representation.]

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  1. Ran into Williams on Monday 2/14 at the Sportsman’s Lodge Hotel in Studio City, CA (North Hollywood. He was rehearsing some lines with a table full of people giving him advice. This was the same day Jimmy Kimmell Live was shooting a segement at the same hotel. Coincidence??? I see more rehab coming.

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