According to Los Angeles, January 23, Larry & middot; king, a famous American host, died on Saturday at the age of 87. For half a century, the man in Suspenders has defined American style interviews with world leaders, movie stars and ordinary people.
Aurora media, King’s production company, tweeted that he died at cedars Sinai Medical Center in Los Angeles, but did not specify the cause of his death. A spokesman said novel coronavirus pneumonia was admitted in January 4th and had been released from intensive care. CNN reported that Kim’s son, Chans & middot; Armstrong & middot; Kim, also confirmed his death.
From 1985 to 2010, King hosted a night talk show on CNN, the report said. During this period, he has won many honors, including the “Peabody Award” which is one of the highest honors in American radio and television circles;.
The report also said that through celebrity interviews, political debates and current affairs discussions, Jin is not only an evergreen in the hosting world, but also makes himself unique because of his curiosity in each interview. Whether it’s interviewing the victims of the attack known as the “Central Park jogger case,” or questioning the billionaire and industrialist Ross Perot, he does.