Larry King on the day he celebrated his 86th birthday in November 2019 in Beverly Hills.
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The iconic journalist and American television host Larry King is hospitalized with COVID-19 in Los Angeles, according to ABC News.
A source told the newscast that “Larry has struggled with many health problems in the past years and is fighting this one too with all his might.”
The report indicates that 87-year-old King He is admitted to Cedars-Sinai Hospital, located in Beverly Hills, for 10 days.
The American television legend, who was born in New York and spent 25 years on CNN with his popular show “Larry King Live,” has battled a heart attack, stroke and cancer.
His prominence as a communicator has even led him to be part of The Simpsons.
King, in addition to his extensive media career, is famous for his suspenders and for being a loyal fan of the Los Angeles Dodgers, frequently appearing in the front row of seats at the stadium.
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