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Video - Ted Williams, 'The Man With The Golden Voice', Appears Before Going On 'David Letterman'


Ted Williams, an inspiring former homeless voice-over-artist, took a few moments to answer questions and discuss his sobriety outside the Ed Sullivan Theatre, before going on to appear on 'Late Show with David Letterman'.

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Ted Williams - Celebrities outside the Ed Sullivan Theater for 'Late Show with David Letterman' at Ed Sullivan Theater - Brooklyn, New York, United States - Wednesday 12th November 2014

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Ted Williams - Ted Williams ( The Voice) Wednesday 16th May 2012 departs the Wendy Williams show in Manhattan

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Ted Williams - Ted Williams aka the homeless man with the Golden Voice Los Angeles, California - talking on his cell phone outside Paty's restaurant in Toluca Lake Monday 14th March 2011

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Ted Williams and White House - Guest, Ted Williams, Millions of Milkshakes owner, Sheeraz Hasan, Guest Hollywood, California - the man with the golden voice, creates The Golden Voice Milkshake at Millions of Milkshakes in West Hollywood. Ingredients include strawberries, bananas, Oreo cookies, and non-dairy ice cream. Thursday 17th February 2011

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Ted Williams - Julia Williams and her son Ted Williams Friday 7th January 2011 at Good Morning America New York City, USA

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Two Shades Of Blue Review


Terrible
Good lord, a more wretched film couldn't be made if you set out to do it. This contrived, late-night Cinemax affair takes a blackmail plot, a murder plot, another murder plot, an insurance scandal -- and tries to tie it all together with the TDD phone service for the deaf as a plot device. Of course it stars Marlee Matlin -- and my, how far you have fallen, Marlee -- in her worst role ever. Busey and Roberts couldn't be hammier. And worst of all is Rachel Hunter, unintentionally made up to look like a drag queen, I kid you not. As a final insult, I'm pretty sure the titular Two Shades of Blue refer to her panties. Pap.
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