A homeless man in Columbus, Ohio is the talk of the Internet since a video showcasing his amazing voice has gone viral.
Ted Williams aspires to be in the radio or voice-over business, and has the set of pipes to back it up.
The Columbus Dispatch newspaper interviewed Williams near his regular roadside stop, where he collects donations by saying phrases for motorists.
His booming voice might not suit his appearance, but he would fit perfectly behind the microphone somewhere reading off liners.
An online campaign to get Williams a job has taken off, and even Ryan Seacrest has noticed, tweeting out the video link to his millions of followers on Tuesday.
We’re sure he won’t be unemployed and homeless much longer.
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