TORONTO — Condolences and personal anecdotes poured in after news of Larry King’s death Saturday, as superstars and public figures alike respond his passing.
The legendary TV host and media personality died at age 87 at Cedars-Sinai Medical Center in Los Angeles, according to an announcement posted to his official twitter account Saturday morning.
King was hospitalised with COVID-19 in the new year, but had been moved out of the ICU earlier this month.
King’s death is “terribly sad, because there’s no one left like him in broadcasting really,” said veteran Larry King Live executive producer Tom Farmer on CTV’s News Channel Saturday.
Farmer, reminiscing when he produced the show in the 1990s, said that King had an “insatiable curiousity, and would interview anyone about anything…people tend to think of Larry in terms of personality interviews, but he was a man who could cover a terror ……
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