Larry King was seen on the set of his CNN show in November 2010.
King was married to Sharon Lepore from 1976 to 1982. King had seven wives eight times in his life.
King, right, joined CNN in 1985. He began his career as a radio coordinator in Miami in 1957. His late-night radio talk show, “The Larry King Show,” appeared in 1978 and was nationally involved.
King and wife Julie leave the White House Correspondents Dinner in 1990. On the left is ABC News anchor Peter Jennings.
King put the finishing touches to his make up during a break on his show in 1992. His guest was Presidential Candidate Ross Beirut.
First lady Hillary Clinton shows her wedding ring to King during a 1994 episode.
Actor Marlon Brando planted a kiss on King during an interview at Brando’s house in 1994. They sang a song together.
King, in his trademark, at his offices at CNN in 1995.
King is set up on his show set in 1995.
King receives a star on the Hollywood Walk of Fame in 1997.
King and his son Chance attended a fundraising campaign for the Larry King Cardiac Foundation in 2000. Surviving heart problems, including several heart attacks and quintuple bypass surgery in 1987, King created the Larry King Heart Foundation to help those without insurance To bear the costs of medical treatment.
Russian President Vladimir Putin shakes hands with King before appearing at King’s show in 2000.
King interviewed Patty Hearst, heir to Hearst Publishing’s fortune, in 2001. This was her first interview since President Bill Clinton pardoned her conviction of bank robbery.
King made a big entry in a benefit for his foundation in 2001.
King bagged an extra large amount of powder during a short time at the 2002 Emmy Awards.
King – with his wife Sean and their children Chance and Kanon – sign copies of his 2003 mystery novel “The Moon Over Manhattan”.
King threw the first pitch before the 2004 Los Angeles Dodgers game.
King attends the 2004 Democratic National Convention.
King modified his microphone on his show set in 2007.
King interviewed media mogul Oprah Winfrey in 2007.
King cheering on the Dodgers during a playoff game in 2009.
In 2010, King announced his decision to retire from his show after 25 years. Here, he takes a look at some of his past work: An interview with convicted murderer Karla Fay Tucker.
King interviewed former President George HW Bush and his wife Barbara in 2010.
King signs autographs in the broadcast of his latest show on CNN in 2010.
King participates in Comedy Central Roast for Donald Trump in 2011.
King watches his wife, Sean, at a red carpet event in 2014.
King straightens his tie before speaking in the 2015 Newseum event about his broadcast life.
King received a Lifetime Achievement Award at The Soiree gala in February 2019.
King is the guest of honor on “Let’s Be Real” in 2020.