Since 1985, Larry King has been one of the most familiar faces in TV journalism, interviewing the best-known celebrities
and world leaders. He's stepped down from his day job at CNN, but what's next for the veteran newsman? He's headed on a tour
of the country to talk about his experiences and share stories you won't believe. Buy theater
King got his start as all anchors must - on local TV. He worked as a Florida anchor for a long while before covering national
stories in the late '70s. By '85, CNN had picked him up for a breezy, star-studded talk show. Back then, no one could have
predicted that King would become a TV institution.
Larry King has taken your calls from all over the country during his years as an anchor. But now he's coming to you! King
is traveling on the road for a speaking tour that will let you learn more about what goes on behind the scenes at a TV talk
show. Make sure you get tickets to see him at
the NYCB Theatre
in Westbury, NY.
The strangest sight for fans who get tickets to see Larry King live? His legs. People are used to seeing this talented
anchor behind a desk, but he's stepping out to share a few stories and get personal with the crowd. Don't miss out when he
comes to your city!