Larry King born Lawrence Harvey Zeiger was an American television and radio host.
He was born on the 19th of November, 1933 in New York City but he passed away on the 23rd of January, 2021 at Los Angeles California.
Here are 10 facts about His life that you probably didn’t know
- Larry has hosted over 50,000 interviews in his career.
- His father died of a heart attack when he was only nine years old.
- He lost interest in school after the death of his father
- Like his father, King also suffered a heart attack that nearly killed him in the year 1987.
- Larry has been married eight times with 5 children.
- He was won two Peabodys, an Emmy and ten Cable ACE Awards in his career.
- Larry was replaced by the British Piers Morgan on CNN after 25 years.
- He stated on one of his shows that he had no intention of retiring and that he would continue his shows till he died in September of 2017.
- Larry was diagnosed with Corona virus 10 days prior to his passing.
- It was revealed that he had recovered from Corona Virus but passed because of sepsis as a complication.