Frost, who may be best remembered for his post-Watergate interviews with former president Richard Nixon, was 74.
1977 Broadcaster David Frost, left, is shown with former president Richard Nixon in California. Frost died Saturday at age 74, his family said. In a television career that spanned half a century across both sides of the Atlantic, Frost interviewed a long list of the world’s most powerful and famous, including nearly every British prime minister and U.S. president of his time. AP Buy Photo