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Ted WilliamsTed Williams became famous when he was homeless after a video of him talking with his golden voice went viral. He became homeless after getting addicted to crack and even at his lowest point, Ted Williams continued to pray and maintained his relationship with God.

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Ted Williams became a highly sought after voiceover artist after becoming a web star, but relapsed after gaining fame and fortune. His journey back to a positive lifestyle is documented in his new book “A Golden Voice,” and Ted Williams talked about his faith and more on “The Yolanda Adams Morning Show.”

What is relationship with his children like today? Is he still the voice of Kraft? Hear Ted Williams answer these questions, talk about spending his first Mother’s Day in over 20 years with his mom, his life before becoming famous, how God changed his attitude while he was homeless and much more in this exclusive interview.

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