Larry King's career stretches back nearly seven decades, ranging from his early days as a radio broadcaster in Florida to 25 years at the helm of Larry King Live on CNN. He interviewed a staggering 60,000 people before retiring in 2010. But that retirement would be short lived.
Now in his third year of hosting Larry King Now on the website Ora.tv, King recalls the moment when he realized he couldn't retire. "It was the night Osama bin Laden was killed," King said. "I wanted to get up, go somewhere and broadcast."
Throughout his career, the legendary host has interviewed some of the biggest names in media, politics and pop culture. But there is one person he is still itching to talk to. Find out who King's been trying to interview for most of his career.