Legendary Broadcaster David Frost Dead at 74
Frost died of an apparent heart attack Saturday night aboard the Queen Elizabeth, where he was scheduled to deliver a speech .
During his 50-year television career, Frost hosted several news programs (both serious and satirical), as well as the occasional game show. But he’ll be best remembered for his series of sit-downs with a post-Watergate Nixon in 1977, a riveting tête-à-tête that spawned a Tony-winning 2006 play and an Oscar-nominated 2008 film.
Frost most recently hosted Frost Over The World for Al Jazeera.