David Frost: Nixon Interviewer Dies At 74

So sad! The veteran broadcaster passed away on Aug. 31 from a suspected heart attack while aboard the Queen Elizabeth cruise ship. He was 74 years old.

David Frost, who is best known for the series of interviews he did with disgraced U.S. President Richard Nixon in 1977, died on Aug. 31.

David Frost: Legendary Broadcaster Passes Away

The iconic broadcaster passed away from suspected heart attack while aboard the Queen Elizabeth cruise ship, where he was expected to give a speech, according to BBC. The vessel left Southampton, England for a 10-day Mediterranean cruise.

David became known internationally after securing a series of television interviews with Nixon, who had resigned three years earlier. David’s interview skills, charisma, and ability to improvise made history during those interviews, as he was able to get Nixon to open up more than ever and say, “I’m saying when the president does it, it’s not illegal,
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