Veteran journalist David Frost dies at 74

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British broadcaster David Frost has died.

He’s best known for his interviews with president Richard Nixon.

They inspired a play and evenutally the 2008 movie called ‘Frost Nixon’.

He’s the only person to have interviewed six U.S. presidents and eight British Prime Ministers between 1964 and 2010.

Frost died from a heart attack onboard a cruise ship where he was scheduled as a keynote speaker.

He was 74.


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