Larry King joined the long list of celebrities lampooned by South Park. It happened in episode 98 entitled "Krazy Kripples."
Larry was named as "King of Brooklyn" at the 'Welcome Back to Brooklyn Festival' in 1995.
Larry was inducted into the Radio Hall of Fame in 1989.
Larry was mentioned in the Mojo Nixon song "619-239-KING".
Larry was featured in the 1996 paperback Mug Shots that includes many other celebrities who've been arrested for one reason or another.
He is a diabetic.
Larry's son, Cannon Edward, was born May 22, 2000.
Larry's son, Chance Armstrong, was born March 9, 1999.
Larry has been married six times before his current wife, actress Shawn Southwick.
Larry: From parliaments to presidents, from kings to common folks, each one heard the truth of God's Amazing Grace.
Larry: It's the best thing I do, ... There's no bigger kick for me than helping someone get their heart back.
Larry: I thought of changing my name to Disney.
Larry: If you do something, expect consequences.
Larry: I'm sort of the comic relief after a hard day at work. My message is that it's OK to relax.
Larry: Let's not take the dirt from the front face just because it's easier.
Larry: I never think of access or good will. I just want a good interview. I want guests to be informative and entertaining. I've never been concerned about someone's liking me tomorrow.