Larry King - Himself - Host (533 episodes, 1989-2010)
Geraldo Rivera | Ryan Seacrest | Nancy Grace | Kermit the Frog | Dan Rather | Newt Gingrich | Wolf Blitzer | Kathie Lee Gifford | Roger Cossack | Bob Schieffer | Bob Costas | Chris Pixley | Dr. Phil | Bill Maher | John Roberts | Mike Shiver | Star Jones | Jimmy Kimmel | Harvey Levin | John King | Dr. Drew | Glenn Beck | Joy Behar | Kathy Griffin | Jeanine Pirro | Sanjay Gupta | Ali Velshi | Tavis Smiley | Jeff Probst | Donald Trump | Kyra Phillips
Chip Hirzel (649 episodes, 2005-2009)
Randy Douthit (unknown episodes)
Tim Scowden - Senior Supervising Producer (556 episodes, 2002-2008)
Mary Ade - Supervising Producer (104 episodes, 2007-2009)
Quinn Brown - Producer / Co-Producer (32 episodes, 2006-2010)
Larry King brought his Washington-based radio call-in show to television more or less intact - thick-rimmed glasses, hunched shoulders, shirtsleeves and all. It obviously wasn't his appearance, or slick production, that made Larry King Live one of the best-known programs on cable. Solid interviews with leading news-makers and an intelligent audience characterized the series, which aired five nights a week in prime time. Perhaps its high point, at least to date, came during the 1992 presidential election campaign, when Larry King Live became the forum of choice for all the major candidates. Maverick Ross Perot announced his candidacy on the show. The following year it was the site of a formal debate between Perot and Vice President Al Gore on the NAFTA trade bill.
In 1993 the program expanded to six nights a week by adding Saturday.