Larry King was a legendary talk show host who hosted the popular nightly interview television program, Larry King Live, on CNN from 1985 to 2010. In his heydays, he was the first individual to host a worldwide phone-in TV talk show, which catapulted him to fame. His talk shows would comprise of a popular mix of celebrity interviews, up-to-date discussions, politics and other tomfooleries. In his long and successful broadcasting career, he conducted more than 40,000 interviews and even became the first individual to host ‘sit-downs’ with most U.S. Presidents since the time of Gerald Ford. He also made his mark in the international arena, when he hosted a momentous tour on the Middle East Peace course with Yasser Arafat, King Hussein and Yitzhak Rabin. In a career spanning five decades, Larry King became legendary, by quizzing high-profile guests such as Madonna, Tony Blair, George H.W. Bush, Bill Clinton, Elizabeth Taylor, Margaret Thatcher, Barbara Streisand and Malcolm X, to name a few. His immense broadcasting success also went on to earn him the titles; ‘Muhammad Ali of the Broadcast Interview’ and ‘Master Interviewer’. In addition to his broadcast credits, he also made brief appearances in films and television.