Adult interlocutor .. Corona kidnaps TV star Larry King


The star of the American TV interviews, Larry King, died at the age of 87, weeks after he was infected with the emerging corona virus (Covid 19).

The prominent TV star was transferred to a hospital in Los Angeles in late December, after he was diagnosed with the Coronavirus.

And King’s career spanned more than 6 decades, and the man had type 2 diabetes, and he also suffered from lung cancer, heart attacks and heart attacks in recent years.

The late rose to fame since the 1970s, thanks to his radio program, at the time, “The Larry King Chau” and then accumulated a career full of success and fame.

Later, Larry King had his own TV show on CNN between 1985 and 2010.

The TV star hosted celebrities and personalities from various fields such as politicians, athletes and some advocates of conspiracy theories.

The TV star, who was born in New York, has been married 7 times, and that culminated in the birth of 5 children.

The late was known for his “direct”, non-controversial and annoying manner during the interviews, and this matter made many celebrities welcome to participate in his program, because it allows them to express their positions without falling into controversy and skirmishes.

The late man was not limited to television work, but also wrote an opinion piece for “USA Today” for twenty years.

King won numerous awards, including two Peabody Awards, for his continuous work on CNN from 1985 to 2010.

King gave nearly 50,000 interviews live, and in 1995 he participated in a Middle East peace summit with Yasser Arafat, then head of the PLO, King Hussein of Jordan, and the then Israeli prime minister, Yitzhak Rabin.


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