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Veteran British Broadcaster David Frost Dies At 74
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  Originally Published on: 9/2/2013

Veteran British broadcaster David Frost passed away over the weekend at age 74. Frost died of an apparent heart attack while aboard the cruise ship, the Queen Elizabeth, on Saturday, according to family members. Frost was best known to American audiences for his series of interviews with disgraced President Richard Nixon. His death was reported by the B-B-C, which aired many of his shows, and by Al Jazeera English, where he also worked. British Prime Minister David Cameron sent his condolences through a Twitter post that called Frost "a friend and a fearsome interviewer."
   
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