What Ever Happened To The Man With The Golden Voice? 5 Years Later, Let's Check In

It was an incredible story of a man having a second chance at life, rising from the dregs of his addiction and homelessness. The nation marveled in 2011 at the golden voice of Ted Williams, a man with a professionally-trained radio voice discovered now panhandling in Columbus, Ohio, desperate for someone to hear him speak and give him a job.

America celebrated as Williams got that second shot at a carer that he was hoping for, was given a home by his new employer the Cleveland Cavaliers, and even received a book deal. But what happened to him after that? Was his alcohol addiction truly licked? And where has his struggle for success landed him in the past five years? Find out below:

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