Vanessa Hudgens is a Disney kid no more. The actress opens up about her recent string of gritty roles, the trials of playing a pregnant teenager, and why she won't do another High School Musical. Plus, Vanessa on Austin Butler - and marriage.
Nearly 18 million Americans struggle with alcohol abuse or dependency every day. Larry and his panel of experts discuss new and groundbreaking treatments for one of the greatest killers in America. Plus, is there a potential cure for alcoholism?
Professional skateboarder turned business mogul and TV star, Rob Dyrdek is one of a kind. Rob gives Larry the inside track on his vast entrepreneurial pursuits and revisits his skateboarding roots. Plus, the two debate over the dreaded prostate exam.
He's a Top Chef winner, F&W Best New Chef, & GQ named his restaurant best in the US. Michael Voltaggio opens up about the secret to his success & whips up a dish for Larry. Plus, Daniel Holzman & Michael Chernow on The Meatball Shop's rapid growth.
He's been hailed as the most watched inspirational figure in America. Pastor Joel Osteen joins Larry for a spirited debate about faith, gay rights, and the existence of an afterlife. Plus, Joel on two cultural institutions -- Duck Dynasty, and the Pope.
She's a rising star in Hollywood. Allison Williams - of Girls fame - dishes about what's in store for Season 3 of the HBO hit show, what to hope for when shooting sex scenes, and what it's like having that incredibly famous dad.
Jerry Ferrara is sans entourage and hitting his Hollywood stride. The actor audiences came to love as Turtle dishes about Mark Wahlberg's enviable work ethic, the upcoming Entourage movie, and the acting advice he got from Morgan Freeman.
At 11, Haley Joel Osment became a household name and an Oscar nominee. Now 25, he's busier than ever. The actor opens up about his turn opposite Kristen Wiig in The Spoils of Babylon, the trials of growing up in the spotlight, and playing gay.
Oscar nominee Abigail Breslin takes a turn in the star-studded August: Osage County. The bright young actress dishes on what it's like to work with Julia Roberts and Meryl Streep, why teenagers don't get a fair shake, and her love for Zac Efron.
Larry King sits down with WWE Superstar Chris Jericho to chat about his new web series "But I'm Chris Jericho," his band Fozzy and how wrestling has been a great training ground for getting into acting.
Legendary actor James Caan gets candid with Larry about his role alongside Marlon Brando in “The Godfather,” the keys to longevity in Hollywood and much more. Plus, Larry meets Caan’s “Back in the Game” co-star, Maggie Lawson.
It’s Jeff Garlin & Wendi McLendon-Covey, stars of The Goldbergs! Jeff riffs on Curb Your Enthusiasm’s possible return & working alongside Larry David, while Wendi and Larry bond over overbearing mothers & the great leading ladies of comedy.
Rob Lowe talks about portraying JFK in the film 'Killing Kennedy.' Plus, we learn about his 'mini-me' relationship with Zac Efron, ending his run on NBC's 'Parks and Recreation' and why 'The West Wing' is still the best television show in history.
It’s an Oscar winner smorgasbord! Hollywood legends Michael Douglas, Morgan Freeman, Robert De Niro, Kevin Kline & Mary Steenburgen open up about their storied careers, the trials of aging, and why making “Last Vegas” was a “no-brainer.”
Larry’s Halloween Fright Fest continues with master of horror Rob Zombie! From “Pee Wee’s Playhouse” to heavy metal icon to film director, Zombie reveals why he got into the scaring game. Plus, is Rob Zombie leaving the horror genre for good?
Halloween is alive in Larry's studio as he dissects the brain (figuratively that is!) of Eli Roth--the man behind some of Hollywood's goriest films. Eli dishes about his love for horror and even gives Larry some tips for spooking his boys!
Quinton "Rampage" Jackson sits down with Larry to discuss his canceled fight with Tito Ortiz, his past with Dana White and his future with Bellator. Plus, who will win in the battle of 'Know Your Foe' between Tito and Rampage?
Before having to cancel his debut Pay-Per-View fight with Bellator on November 2nd (due to injury), Tito "The People's Champion" Ortiz talked to Larry about coming out of retirement and dealing with a very public breakup from ex Jenna Jameson.
Adult film star-turned-bestselling author Jenna Jameson stops by to talk porn, piety and politics. Jenna confesses she has no regrets, while openly discussing motherhood and her breakup with the father of her children, Tito Ortiz.
Legendary guitarist Slash is breaking into horror films as the producer and composer of “Nothing Left to Fear”. In this candid interview, Slash speaks out on leaving Guns N’ Roses, living a clean and sober life & the state of rock and roll today.
The stars of the hit series "The Walking Dead", Steven Yeun and Lauren Cohan, dish on their on- and off-screen chemistry and the potential fate of their characters. What’s in store for Glenn and Maggie this season? Larry’s on the case.
Larry gets an earful from Iron Mike Tyson and Evander 'The Real Deal' Holyfield on their infamous 1997 bout, the current state of boxing and their new mission to feed the hungry with Yank Barry - the Founder of Global Village Champions.
Larry plays a game of “Hardball” with MSNBC host Chris Matthews. Matthews sounds off on partisan anger today, his cable news competition & how politics have changed since his days as a top Congressional aide during the Reagan administration.
Larry sits down with Marvel's Agents of S.H.I.E.L.D. star Clark Gregg to discuss his journey as Agent Phil Coulson, his work in theater and film and Larry even tries to find out what the deal with Tahiti is...
Kill Your Darlings” stars Daniel Radcliffe & Michael C. Hall reveal what life is like after playing two of the world's most popular characters, Harry Potter & Dexter. They sound off on franchise spin-offs, fame and the taboos of sex scenes.
Everyone's favorite astrophysicist, Neil deGrasse Tyson, boggles Larry's mind with his thoughts on aliens, traveling to Mars, and why an asteroid might flatten Earth. Plus, Neil on the trials of becoming a black scientist & why role models are overrated.
Gayle King joins Larry for a spirited heart-to-heart. The co-host of “CBS This Morning” dishes on her morning show competition, why she won’t turn to online dating like Martha Stewart & if she’s ever been jealous of her BFF, Oprah Winfrey.
She’s the woman formerly known as a girl next door -- Kendra Wilkinson opens up about missing Hugh Hefner, not missing his other girlfriends, and why she’s pro-Miley Cyrus. Plus, the reality star clears up the rumors that she suffered a stroke.
It’s the stars of HBO’s “Boardwalk Empire!” Michael Kenneth Williams and Michael Shannon join Larry in New York to dish about their gangster “Boardwalk” characters, life on set, and their careers beyond the hit drama.
Larry chats with the reigning queen of Latin Pop, Gloria Estefan, about the next generation of latin musicians, her thoughts on political issues such as immigration, and how she has managed to stay scandal-free.
Larry visits baseball's most spectacular hidden treasure-- the Sports Museum of LA. Curator Gary Cypres shows off his extensive private collection of Dodger and Yankee memorabilia, while Larry regales us with never-before-heard baseball stories.
From Compton drug dealer to hip hop magnate, Game takes Larry through his own personal evolution as a rapper & father. Game reveals what made him change his course & why he’s decided to give back with The Robin Hood Project.
From “Showgirls” to Broadway to starring as Donatella Versace in a new biopic, Gina Gershon has one of the most distinct careers in showbiz. Gina dishes on her risqué roles, her love for her gay fans and reveals a hidden musical talent.
Social media darling & Star Trek icon George Takei reveals how he’s found a whole new fanbase through Facebook & Twitter. He opens up on why he decided to come out, who makes his blood boil & the potency of his catchphrase, “Oh my”.
Funny ladies Cheryl Hines & Rachael Harris keep us laughing as they dish on their rise in Hollywood & share secrets of the trade (ie, “What Would Meryl Streep Do?”). Plus, they offer Larry’s staffers advice on how to best impress the King.
PTSD afflicts millions: each day, more veterans’ lives are lost to suicide than those who die in combat. Dr. Norman Rosenthal, Marine Stephen Cochran, and actors Matt Dallas & Steven Grayhm lift the veil on this complex disorder.
Larry sits down with actress, author and designer, Alyssa Milano, to talk about why she is writing a graphic novel, the sex tape that has everyone talking, and balancing motherhood with her role on the hit new show, "Mistresses."
America's favorite style mentor, Tim Gunn, stops by the King house to chat about defining personal style, his favorite trends, and what's inside Larry and Shawn's closets. Plus, Tim opens up about a health scare that changed his life.
Gary Allan has spent a lifetime playing country music and tells it like it is: why country isn’t what it used to be, and how he feels about Taylor Swift. Plus, will we see a gay country star? Gary sounds off.
Larry and Ron Howard sit down to talk about Ron's new film, 'Rush' - the story of the 1976 Formula 1 season and rivalry between drivers James Hunt and Niki Lauda. They also talk Arrested Development and what's up next for Ron.
Republican rebel Meghan McCain is across the table from Larry again and as candid as ever: about what she and her famous father really fight over, today's most pressing issues affecting millennials, and her innovative new docu-talk show "Raising McCain."
She’s a Wimbledon Champ turned candy connoisseur! It’s Maria Sharapova! The tennis superstar dishes about life on the pro tennis circuit and her humble beginnings. Plus, Larry gets a taste of her Sugarpova candy.
The always candid Wendy Williams opens up about her rising career in daytime talk: is she aiming to be the next Oprah? Wendy sounds off on her competition & the struggles she overcame in her own life that led to where she is today.
I’m a guy who’s trying to make up for lost time.” Adam Carolla -- podcast host, New York Times bestseller, and inventor of Mangria -- opens up about his mischaracterized politics and the guys who gave him his break, Dr. Drew and Jimmy Kimmel.
This episode has EVERYTHING. Larry talking to Bill. Bill talking to Larry. Alan Alda and Al Pacino impersonations. Backstage secrets of SNL. A discussion of awkward love scenes. It's everything a Stefon fan could ask for.
Curtis Stone is in Larry’s kitchen and cooking up a storm. The Australian chef dishes about his forthcoming LA restaurant, his son, and being a sex symbol before taking to the grill with the Kings. Plus, Curtis gets Larry proper buzzed.
Can money make you happier? A pill? A hug? Larry sits with PhDs Paul Zak and Jonathan Haidt to explore the science behind the elusive emotion: what brings us joy, what surprisingly doesn’t matter, and how you can be happier right now.
Funnyman Tony Hale is stoked about his Emmy nomination for “Veep”. He revisits his rise to fame, gives us a taste of Buster Bluth from “Arrested Development” and tells Larry what it was really like to kiss Liza.
With his ‘House’ days behind him, Hugh Laurie is singing the blues. The award-winning artist talks preferring music over acting, revisits the role that made him a star -- and gives Larry a taste of his new album.
It’s the Jonas Brothers! Nick, Joe & Kevin are back together again after a three-year hiatus. The band speaks out on their new sound and shedding their image as Disney idols. Plus, Larry has a special surprise for dad-to-be Kevin.
Everyone’s mad for Breaking Bad! Larry tries to get stars Anna Gunn and Dean Norris to spill the secrets on the show’s final season. The pair dish on their last moments on set & address the Breaking Bad movie & spinoff rumors.
Academy Award-winner Forest Whitaker opens up about his personal brushes with racism, and why he had to audition for 'The Butler.' Plus, the film's director, Lee Daniels, on his most significant work yet.
Retweet me!” demands Josh Gad of his “jOBS” costar, former Twitter enthusiast Ashton Kutcher. The stars of the Steve Jobs biopic talk of their admiration for the tech icon & open up about the troubles of living your life on Twitter.
Nothing is off-limits in this candid conversation with Dane Cook. The first stand-up comic of the internet age tells-all: on his new “Under Oath” tour, on making amends with Louis CK, and why he doesn’t Google himself anymore.
After decades of glamorous roles, Sharon Stone is back and as you’ve never seen her in “Lovelace.” The award-winning actress speaks candidly about her brain hemorrhage, her shyness, and her perspective on porn. Plus, the iconic suspender-snap!
Larry sits down with media mogul Oprah Winfrey to talk about her personal experiences with racism, the future of the Oprah Winfrey Network, and her new role in the civil rights film, Lee Daniels' The Butler.
Al Pacino, Bill Clinton, Agador Spartacus -- no voice is off limits in this interview with Hank Azaria. The actor brings his myriad characters to the table while discussing porn, poker, and the things that scare him most.
2 Guns” stars Paula Patton & Bill Paxton discuss the joys of playing opposite Denzel & Mark. Paula opens up about her marriage to Blurred Lines singer Robin Thicke & Bill reveals the secrets to his prolific career in showbiz.
It’s a match made in movie heaven! Denzel Washington & Mark Wahlberg, stars of “2 Guns,” open up about working together for the first time. Plus, director Baltasar Kormakur dishes on filming with two of Hollywood’s biggest stars.
The ever-present Lisa Kudrow reveals how being Phoebe on Friends for ten years lightened her up & why she’s relishing playing the irredeemable Fiona Wallice on Showtime’s Web Therapy. Plus, Lisa on The Comeback’s potential comeback!
Larry chats with 'So You Think You Can Dance' creator and judge, Nigel Lythgoe, and host Cat Deeley about the key to the show's longevity and why Nigel left 'American Idol.' Plus, Nigel teaches Larry some dance moves.
He's come to git-r-done. Larry the Cable Guy sets the record straight on his diverse fan base, where he stands on gay rights, and the birthing of a catchphrase phenomenon. Plus, Larry offers Larry a redneck tutorial.
Hollywood power couple, Giuliana and Bill Rancic, open up -- about the silver lining in their battles with cancer and infertility, and the joys of their son. Plus, Giuliana on Kelly Osbourne’s engagement, and keeping up with the Kardashians.
The King meets The Dude! Larry unwinds with the unflappable Jeff Bridges. The “R.I.P.D.” star treats Larry to a lesson in the art of meditation & opens up about his love for his “main leading lady," Susan, his wife of over 35 years.
Grammy nominated musician Julian Lennon discusses “Everything Changes,” his first album in 15 years, and gets candid about his late father, the Beatles’ John Lennon. Plus, another famous offspring, author and activist Katherine Schwarzenegger.
Candid and charming, Jane Lynch opens up about coming out to herself and to the world. The celebrated Glee star dishes on her Broadway debut, what the the future holds for Sue Sylvester, and why her career will never be a sure thing.
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