Larry King is planning stand-up comedy tour

By | November 29, 2010 at 4:09 pm | 2 comments | News, TV/Movies | Tags: ,

larry2In a recent interview with New York Magazine, veteran interviewer Larry King made a surprising statement about his plans for after the end of his long running talk show.

“I’m funny,” said King. “I’m going to do stand-up. That’s what I love.”

Now, most people who have seen Larry King interview someone in recent years agree that the man is funny. But, intentionally so? That’s another matter… For reference, here’s a clip dug up by Media Bistro of King cracking jokes at a roast of former D.N.C. chairman, Don Brown in 1992. Dear God…

Hopefully making this plan will be like the name of one of The Beatles, and King won’t remember it.

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  • http://www.roostertfeathers.com Beth Schumann

    I wish him luck, but I heard Letterman won’t feature any new comedians over the age of 40! I wonder if Rooster T Feathers can afford him? :-)

  • http://yourchatlounge.com Sabina

    Can’t wait to see the show

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