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San Diego — For every homeless person like Ted Williams, who rises to sudden celebrity, there is a Debbie Clark, who has experienced the heights of fame only to lose everything except her dignity.

From 1991 to 1993, Clark, using the name “Storm,” was one of the stars of the hit syndicated series “American Gladiators,” a TV competition show that matched amateur athletes against the show’s own elite team of “gladiators” with names like “Zap,” “Tower” and “Laser.”

As “Storm,” Clark participated in events like the “Assault,” where contenders had 60 seconds to make it through an arena-sized obstacle course, firing off weapons to hit a target while avoiding high-speed tennis balls fired by an opposing gladiator through a high-powered air cannon.

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