Ever since news of Larry King’s death broke on Saturday, fans have been revisiting some of the more memorable interview clips from the 87-year-old’s broadcast career, including a 25-year extension as CNN’s host. Is. Larry King Live. One clip in particular is getting a lot of attention: a 2007 interview with Jerry Seinfeld in which the comedian, to promote his animated film Fly picture, King’s advice turned out to be a surprise to his hit set work Seinfeld May have been canceled. (As Seinfeld noted during a vinyl interview, he chose to end the popular NBC show on a high note.
“You gave it up, right?” King asked. “You canceled them, they didn’t cancel you.”
“You don’t know that?” Seanfield replied, as King set up his field. “Do you think I’m canceled?” Are you under the impression that I was canceled? I thought it was well documented. Is it still CNN?
Seanfield continued to persevere with interest,[When] I went off the air in the first show on television, Larry. Do you know who i am
“Jewish boy. Brooklyn,” King replied.
As rumors circulated about King in the hours following King’s death, Seinfeld went on social media to pay tribute and set the record straight. According to the former Ccomcom star, it was all fun.
Seanfield wrote, “I was just enjoying this little mistake as ‘canceled’.” Nothing more. Or less. “
He added that he would “remember” the experienced broadcaster.
Always loved Larry King and will miss him. ‘Canceled’ I was enjoying this little mistake. Just nothing more. Or less. #ripLarry❤️
– Jerry Seanfield (@ Jerry Seinfeld) January 23, 2021
Seinfeld is not the only star of his 90s set work to be seen in the King Mid-Interview. A 2013 interview with her former co-star Julia Louise Dreyfuss, who defended her claim to have a “male name”, began last month.
Meanwhile, Larry King’s three sons – Larry Jr., Cannon and Chance – have issued a statement breaking their hearts over the death of the veteran TV host. King’s son Andy and daughter Chaya both died last summer, less than a month apart.
“We are deeply saddened by the death of our father, and mourn his passing with our extended family,” the statement said. “The world knew Larry King as a great broadcaster and interviewer, but to us he was the ‘father’. He was the man who overwhelmed our daily schedules and our well-being with love.” Was, and who took great pride in our accomplishments – big, small or imaginary. And, through all of them, we in the world know without a doubt that He loves us more than life. He was an inspiring father, and he was very loyal to the people who called him a friend. We will remember him from every day of our lives.
He thanked those who shared his father’s memories and directed the American Heart Association and the Beverly Hills Fire Department to donate to EMS.
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