Larry King remembered by Suzanne Somers: 'Not many people like him'
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In the wake of his death, Somers, 74, opened up to Entertainment Tonight about the broadcast king.
"Larry King could talk to anyone about anything," she said, noting that the star was full of "pure curiosity."
Suzanne Somers said that Larry King was full of 'pure curiousity.' (Photo by Michael Caulfield/WireImage)
When news of King's COVID-19 diagnosis broke late last year, the "Three's Company" alum said that she was concerned.
"I was kind of expecting it," she admitted. "His health has been bad the last several years, and when, every time I would see him, he was thinner and thinner and then he's had so much sadness in the last few years, you know having two children die... within a short period of one another."
Two of King's children died just weeks apart in 2020. His 65-year-old son Andy died in July before lung cancer took the life of his 51-year-old daughter Chaia in August.
Somers also noted some of her success as an author is owed to King.