Life Larry King spent weeks in a coma after stroke By weekster Posted on November 27, 2019 2 min read Share on Facebook Share on Twitter Share on Google+ Larry King (86) was in a coma for weeks after being hit by a stroke this spring. The talk show host has since recovered and celebrated his 86th birthday on Monday. “I can’t remember anything since March” “I had a stroke,” said Larry King. “Everything got better except my left foot. I’ve been rehabilitating every day since then, and they say I’ll walk again at Christmas.” The former CNN host tells Extra that he was in a coma for weeks after his stroke in March. At that time there was a lack of clarity about his hospitalization and it was thought that he has had a heart attack. The talk show host, who is still in a wheelchair, continues: “It has been a difficult year, I have not remembered anything since March. I have not driven a car, but I am back at work and that gives me a great feeling “. According to his doctors, he has “an unparalleled spirit”. The presenter was doped in April. The stroke is not the only thing in King’s medical record: he had multiple heart attacks and was diagnosed with prostate and lung cancer.