Larry King Heart Attack: King Hospitalized Following Cardiac Arrest

Update: Reps for Larry King have confirmed that while the iconic broadcaster was hospitalized for severe chest pains, he did not suffer a heart attack.

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Legendary TV host Larry King, 85, has been taken to the hospital after reportedly suffering a heart attack after he went into cardiac arrest.
According to TMZ, King was first hospitalized on Thursday, April 25, after he reportedly went into cardiac arrest.
After being taken to a hospital, King was placed in cardiac intensive care.
King, has who had heart issues for decades and has already suffered two heart attacks, was scheduled to be released from the hospital on Monday, April 29.
Larry King, the longtime host of The Larry King Show and Larry King Live, has been in the media business since the 1950s and possess one of the most recognizable voices and faces in the country.
King, who was born Lawrence Harvey Zeige and raised in Brooklyn, New York, has been famously married to eight different women throughout the years.
King’s broadcasting career began in Florida in the 1950s when he was hired by Miami radio station WAHR and paid $50 a week for his services.
His iconic CNN talk show Larry King Live began in the year 1985. King’s first guest was Governor of New York Mario Cuomo.
After Larry King Live went off the air in 2010, King moved to Hulu to begin hosting Larry King Now, which debuted on July 17, 2012.
Our thoughts and prayers are with Larry King, his friends, family, and various loved ones as we all wish for his speedy recovery.
That is all the information that is available at this time. This article will be updated with new and relevant information should it become available at any time. If there is anything that we missed, please feel free to send an email to [email protected] and we will respond as soon as possible.

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