In early January, Larry King was admitted to Los Angeles Medical Center with a coronavirus.
Famous American journalist and television host Larry King died in Los Angeles at Cedars-Sinai Medical Center at the age of 87. It was reported on his Twitter page on Saturday, January 23.
“It is with deep sadness that Ora Media Television Studio announces the death of one of its founders, host, and friend Larry King, who died this morning at the age of 87,” the statement read. In early January, it was learned that Larry King had been hospitalized. He was diagnosed with the COVID-19 coronavirus.
And in late April 2019, Larry King suffered a heart attack and cardiac arrest. At that time, the journalist was preparing to go to the hospital for an examination because of breathing problems he had been having for several months. Even earlier, King had been diagnosed with lung cancer.
Larry King (real name – Lawrence Harvey Zager) – one of the legends of television journalism. Larry King Live, the talk show he hosted on CNN for 25 years from 1985-2010, brought him worldwide fame. He conducted more than 50,000 interviews with practically every famous politician, actor, entertainer, show business star, and other celebrity in the U.S. and beyond. His CNN show was listed in the Guinness Book of World Records as the longest-running show on television with a permanent host