Larry King in Conversation with Regis Philbin
Monday, June 13, 2016, 7pm
Kaufmann Concert Hall at 92Y
Join two of the best broadcasters in the business in a rare 92Y Talk.
Radio and talk show mogul Larry King has been married eight times, fired and incarcerated; he survived a quintuple bypass surgery; and he’s gone public with his desire to be cryonically preserved after death.
He has interviewed everyone from Marlon Brando, Snoop Dogg and Lady Gaga, to O. J. Simpson and Ross Perot ― and now he’s the one being interviewed on the 92Y stage by his longtime friend and fellow broadcasting legend Regis Philbin.
Philbin holds the Guinness World Records for the most time spent in front of a television camera and is most widely known as the former host of Live! With Regis and Kathie Lee and Live! With Regis and Kelly, and as the original host of the US version of Who Wants to Be a Millionaire.
Larry and Regis talk marriage, politics, sports, entertainment, the justice system, America’s future and living a successful life to the fullest.
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