It's a fact everybody knows Larry King as the world-renowned TV anchor who kept Americans in-the-know on global happenings for 25 years via his CNN show, Larry King Live.
Get familiar with, My Life As A Dad (MLAAD), the popular web series that delves into the lives and fatherhood journeys of celeb dads, recently chatted with Larry King about his experience in being a dad to five children, two of which were born almost four decades after his first children.
Did you know? My Life As A Dad (MLAAD) is the first show of its kind to delve into the lives of celebrity and professional athlete dads and highlights their journey to daddy hood.
The show features personal interviews, kid jam sessions, and games, along with advice, discovery, and emotional messages direct from celebrity and professional athletes that you know. MLAAD gets their answers to important questions, such as how they feel about being a dad, their parenting philosophies, how they balance their family life with their professional life and, in some cases, how they relate their unique upbringing to being a dad today. You’ll find out what their favorite activity to engage with their child is; their best piece of parenting advice, and even their first thought following their child’s birth. You can also find MLAAD on Facebook and Twitter.
MLAAD has also conducted interviews with the likes of NBA star Chris Paul, Eddie George (former NFL player, Heisman trophy winner, and Fox sports broadcaster), Backstreet Boy Howie Dorough, actor/comedian Tom Arnold, NCIS: Los Angeles star Eric Christian Olsen, Dancing with the Stars winner J.R. Martinez, and many more. These interviews can all be viewed at the MLAAD YouTube Channel here.
Be sure to check samples quotes below from a recent video where Robert "Daddy" Nickell interviews Larry King about the importance of spending time with your children on "My Life As A Dad." The visual from the MLAAD video interview starts here.