In 1988, Shadoe Stevens, a radio host from North Dakota, landed the gig that would turn him into one of the most recognized voices in the world. He was asked to take over "American Top 40," Casey Kasem's wildly popular radio show. During Shadoe's seven years hosting the program, it became one of the most successful radio shows in the world with one billion listeners every week.
Before he landed that dream job, Shadoe says he was an addict who had been abusing drugs since the late 1960s. Now 30 years sober, "Oprah: Where Are They Now?" caught up with Shadoe at his home in Los Angeles. Every year, he celebrates his sobriety with his wife, former model Beverly Cunningham and ...
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