Ted Williams, Homeless 'Man With The Golden Voice,' Discusses Drugs, Fame, Giving Back (Video)

05/17/2012 08:56 am ET | Updated May 17, 2012

Ted Williams, “The Golden Voice” success story who went from homeless to famous overnight, has made another big stride.

Williams released a book that he co-wrote with New York Times bestselling author Bret Witter, “A Golden Voice,” on May 10. The book discusses Williams' personal demons with substance abuse and his relationship with God

Williams also celebrated one year of sobriety on May 4, after spending time in rehab twice.

“God brought me around a great circle of people,” Williams told Good Day NY.

Plucked from the street corner on I-71 in Columbus, Ohio, for his "golden voice," Williams found instant fame when a YouTube video that the Columbus Dispatch released went viral.

Instantly people tried to take him under his wing. He even began doing radio voiceovers for Kraft Homestyle Macaroni and Cheese, ET News and became the official voice of the New England Cable News, reported.

WATCH the interview above for more.

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