No matter who you are, everyone is at least a little bit familiar with famous Talk Show Host Star Larry King. Best known for his various interviews, Larry King has been entertaining audiences for years with insightful talks and great sense of humor about himself and the people he interacted with. On Saturday January 23rd 2021, was announced that Larry King had tragically passed away at the age of 87.
The legendary CNN talk show host’s death was announced on his Facebook page as his son Chance made a statement regarding King’s death. The statement said, “With profound sadness, Ora Media announces the death of our co-founder, host and friend Larry King, who passed away this morning at age 87 at Cedars-Sinai Medical Center in Los Angeles”. No word yet to what the cause of death was for King, though it could be assumed that numerous things were a potential cause as Larry King did suffered through numerous health problems over the years including Lung Cancer and recently Covid-19. The TV personality fortunately recovered from both of those illnesses, yet still did not fully prevent his unfortunate passing just now.
Fortunately Larry King has always been a very likable personality when it comes to his appearances. Not only with entertaining audiences for over 60 years on various talk shows with so many interviews of famous public figures, but the man has also made quite a number of different appearances on TV and Shows as well. Most of those film appearances were as himself, appearing in movies like Ghostbusters, Enemy of the State and even Bee Movie to name a few. Even then, it was still enjoyable to see his brief cameos as he tend to have a sense of humor about himself being an older interviewer in the public eye. It is rather unfortunate we will not get to see him receive another humorous and insightful interview with him, however with so many great talks over the years, Larry King will not be forgotten about anytime soon. Rest in Peace Larry King, your way of poking fun at yourself and others and perceptive talks will always be cherished.