Veteran Broadcaster David Frost Dies at 74

David Frost became famous with his interview with the disgraced U.S. President Richard Nixon; The encounter was even portrayed in the film "Frost/Nixon", which was written by Peter Morgan.
Frost, 74 died of heart attack on Saturday, in a cruise ship where he last delivered a speech.

The entirety of British nation sympathized with the demise of the veteran media man. British Prime Minister David Cameron even sent a message:
My heart goes out to David Frost's family 
He could be -- and certainly was with me -- both a friend and a fearsome interviewer.
David Frost was born in southern England. He was known to follow the footsteps of his father, a Methodist minister. Frost was also a professional soccer player.

Then U.S. President Nixon Interview with David Frost:
Frost was knighted in 1993.

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