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Sir David Paradine Frost, OBE Kt was an English journalist, comedian, writer, media personality and television host.

David Frost

Born: April 7, 1939, Tenterden, United Kingdom
Died: August 31, 2013
Spouse: Lady Carina Fitzalan-Howard (m. 1983–2013), Lynne Frederick (m. 1981–1982)
Movies: The Slipper and the Rose, Bhutto, Leadbelly, Frost Nixon: The Original Watergate Interviews, ABC Presents a Royal Gala, The Lawless
Parents: Mona Paradine Frost, W. J. Paradine Frost
David Frost Quote: Love is when each person is more concerned for the other than for one’s self. View More David Frost Quotes
Filmography: Retreat (2011/I), In Your Dreams (2008/II), The Frost Report Is Back (2008), Inside Elton’s World (2005), Decisive Battles (2004), Decisive Battles of Ancient History (2004), Bloodlines: The Dracula Family Tree (2003), The Strategic Humor Initiative (2003), Rogue Trader (1999), Talking with David Frost (1991-1997), Live for Peace: A Royal Gala (1995), Governor and Mrs. Clinton talking with David Frost (1992), Ben Bradlee Talking with David Frost (1991), Robin Williams Talking with David Frost (1991), H. Norman Schwarzkopf Talking with David Frost (1991), Andrew Lloyd Weber Talking with David Frost (1991), ABC Presents: A Royal Gala (1988), Spitting Image: The 1987 Movie Awards (1987), Spitting Image: The Ronnie and Nancy Show (1987), Spitting Image: Down and Out in the White House (1986), The Search for Mengele (1985), That Was the Year That Was (1985), This Is Your Life: 30th Anniversary Special (1981), The American Movie Awards (1980), The Bee Gees Special (1979), The Music for UNICEF Concert: A Gift of Song (1979), Peeping Times (1978), David Frost Interviews Richard Nixon (1977), Leadbelly (1976), The Slipper and the Rose: The Story of Cinderella (1976), Dynasty (1976), David Frost Presents the Guinness Book of World Records (1975), Who Killed Lamb? (1974), Charley-One-Eye (1973), George Bernard Shaw (1971), The Rise and Rise of Michael Rimmer (1970), Futtocks End (1970), David Frost Presents… Frankie Howerd (1969), How to Irritate People (1969), No, That’s Me Over Here! (1967-1968), The Ronnie Barker Playhouse (1968), At Last the 1948 Show (1967), This Week (1956), Frost on Satire (2010), The Music for UNICEF Concert: A Gift of Song (1979), David Frost Salutes the Beatles (1975), BBC 3 (1965), Not So Much a Programme, More a Way of Life (1965), That Was the Week That Was (1964), That Was the Week That Was (1962-1963), Here’s Lucy (1971), The V.I.P.s (1963), The Music for UNICEF Concert: A Gift of Song (1979), A Liar’s Autobiography: The Untrue Story of Monty Python’s Graham Chapman (2012), Frost/Nixon (2008), Bobby Jones: Stroke of Genius (2004), The Frost Interview (2012-2013), Frost on Sketch Shows (2013), This Morning (2004-2013), When Frost Met Bakewell: Joan Bakewell at 80 (2013), Yes, Prime Minister: Re-elected (2013), Nixon’s the One (2013), This Week (2011-2012), Tales of Television Centre (2012), Frost Over the World (2012), Frost on Interviews (2012), The Untold Tommy Cooper (2011), Breakfast (2007-2011), Piers Morgan Tonight (2011), 24 Hour Panel People (2011), The Day John Lennon Died (2010), The Vera Lynn Story (2010), Frost on Satire (2010), Mark Lawson Talks to… (2010), The One Show (2008-2010), Bhutto (2010), The Alan Titchmarsh Show (2009), Piers Morgan’s Life Stories (2009), The Richard Dimbleby Lecture (2009), The Making of Frost/Nixon (2009), The Orange British Academy Film Awards (2009), The Man Who Made Eric & Ernie (2008), Behind Your Dreams (2008), The Tonight Show with Jay Leno (2008), The Daily Show with Jon Stewart (2000-2008), Through the Keyhole (1987-2008), Legends (2008), The Frost Report Is Back (2008), Auntie’s War on Smut (2008), Happy Birthday Brucie! (2008), Charlie Rose (1995-2007), The New Paul O’Grady Show (2007), Real Time with Bill Maher (2007), Parkinson (2007), The Sunday Programme (2007), 4th Irish Film and Television Awards (2007), TV’s 50 Greatest Stars (2006), The Story of Light Entertainment (2006), Comedy Connections (2006), Billy Graham: God’s Ambassador (2006), Heaven and Earth with Gloria Hunniford (2006), Frost Tonight (2006), The Wonderful World of Whiteley (2005), And It’s Goodnight from Him (2005), Avenue of the Stars: 50 Years of ITV (2005), Breakfast with Frost (1993-2005), Inside Elton’s World (2005), The Royal Wedding of HRH the Prince of Wales and Camilla Parker Bowles (2005), Britain’s 50 Greatest Comedy Sketches (2005), The Variety Club Showbusiness Awards 2004 (2004), Best Sellers or: Peter Sellers and Dr. Strangelove (2004), That Was the Week We Watched (2003), Richard Whiteley: Television Man (2003), The Strategic Humor Initiative (2003), Paul McCartney in Red Square (2003), The Anti-Establishment Club (2002), The Showbiz Set (2002), When Louis Met… Ann Widdecombe (2002), The Sketch Show Story (2001), Alpha: Will It Change Their Lives? (2001), Elizabeth Taylor: A Musical Celebration (2000), Ross Meets Frost (2000), The Debate of a Lifetime (2000), The Talk Show Story (2000), The Unknown Peter Sellers (2000), The South Bank Show (1999), Python Night: 30 Years of Monty Python (1999), Late Night with Conan O’Brien (1995-1998), Frost (1997), Off the Menu: The Last Days of Chasen’s (1997), A Royal Gala (1997), Talking with David Frost (1993-1997), 50 Years of Television: A Celebration of the Academy of Television Arts & Sciences Golden Anniversary (1997), Auntie’s All-Time Greats (1996), Everyman (1996), A Royal Gala (1996), Christmas with Kiri Te Kanawa: Carols from Coventry Cathedral (1995), Omnibus (1990-1995), The Frost Programme (1993-1995), Live for Peace: A Royal Gala (1995), American Masters (1994), Watergate (1994), CBS This Morning (1994), Clive Anderson Talks Back (1993), BAFTA Advertising Awards (1992), TV Hell (1992), Storm in an Eggcup (1992), This Week (1991), The Royal Variety Performance 1989 (1989), Live with Kelly and Michael (1989), The Guinness Book of Records Hall of Fame (1989), Inside Edition (1988), ABC Presents: A Royal Gala (1988), Aspel & Company (1988), Spitting Image: The 1987 Movie Awards (1987), Spitting Image: Down and Out in the White House (1986), Television: The Magic Rectangle – An Anatomy of the TV Personality (1986), David Frost on Sunday (1986), The Bob Monkhouse Show (1986), Thirteen at Dinner (1985), Night of 100 Stars II (1985), That Was the Year That Was (1985), Ultra Quiz ’85 (1984), David Frost Presents: The Fourth International Guinness Book of World Records (1983), Good Morning Britain (1983), The Kenny Everett Television Show (1981), This Is Your Life: 30th Anniversary Special (1981), The Big Time (1980), The American Movie Awards (1980), The Morecambe & Wise Show (1979), The Bee Gees Special (1979), Gala de l’Unicef (1979), The 21st Annual Grammy Awards (1979), The Music for UNICEF Concert: A Gift of Song (1979), Headliners with David Frost (1978), Today (1970-1978), The 20th Annual TV Week Logie Awards (1978), The Jim Nabors Show (1978), NBC Special Treat (1977), The Frost Programme (1977), V.I.P.-Schaukel (1977), David Frost Interviews Richard Nixon (1977), Dinah! (1975-1976), Neil Diamond: The ‘Thank You Australia’ Concert (1976), David Frost Salutes the Beatles (1975), David Frost Presents the Guinness Book of World Records (1975), HBO Boxing (1974), ABC’s Wide World of Sports (1974), Frost’s Weekly (1973), Frost on Saturday (1968-1973), BBC Show of the Week (1973), The Frost Programme (1970-1973), ABC Late Night (1973), The David Frost Show (1969-1972), The David Frost Revue (1972), The 26th Annual Tony Awards (1972), Frost Over America (1971-1972), This Is Your Life (1972), Flip (1970-1971), The Tonight Show Starring Johnny Carson (1964-1971), The Val Doonican Show (1971), The Carol Burnett Show (1971), Fight of the Century (1971), Petula (1970), Night of Nights (1970), The Dick Cavett Show (1970), The Dean Martin Show (1970), Rowan & Martin’s Laugh-In (1970), The 22nd Annual Primetime Emmy Awards (1970), The 24th Annual Tony Awards (1970), Frost on Sunday (1968-1970), David Frost Presents… Frankie Howerd (1969), Frost on Friday (1968), The Joey Bishop Show (1968), David Frost Presents (1967), The Frost Programme (1966-1967), The Frost Report (1966-1967), ABC Stage 67 (1967), The Hollywood Palace (1966), The Mike Douglas Show (1966), Late Show London (1966), The Eamonn Andrews Show (1965), Not So Much a Programme, More a Way of Life (1964-1965), That Was the Week That Was (1964), 1964 General Election (1964), That Was the Week That Was (1962-1963), The Battle for Britain’s Breakfast (2014), Morecambe & Wise: The Whole Story (2013), Sir David Frost: That Was the Life That Was (2013), The 65th Primetime Emmy Awards (2013), David Frost: Hello, Good Evening & Farewell (2013), Democracy Now! (2013), The Trials of Muhammad Ali (2013), A Liar’s Autobiography: The Untrue Story of Monty Python’s Graham Chapman (2012), Howzat! Kerry Packer’s War (2012), Palme (2012), Woody Allen: A Documentary (2012), Regional TV: Life Through a Local Lens (2011), Elizabeth Taylor: A Tribute (2011), Fire in Babylon (2010), John Lennon: Love Is All You Need (2010), Smash His Camera (2010), Monty Python: Almost the Truth – Lawyers Cut (2009), How TV Changed Britain (2008), Frankie Howerd: Rather You Than Me (2008), The Great British Sunday (2008), Morecambe & Wise: In Their Own Words (2008), Brando (2007), Have I Got News for You (2005-2006), Longford (2006), The Fight (2004), Broadway: The American Musical (2004), Indira Gandhi: The Death of Mother India (2004), The Truth About 60s TV (2004), Biography (1998-2001), Heroes of Comedy (2000), 100 Greatest TV Moments from Hell (2000), And It’s Goodnight from Him: The Very Best of Ronnie Barker (1996), The Beatles Anthology (1995), All You Need Is Cash (1978), ABC’s Wide World of Sports (1974), The Ed Sullivan Show (1969), Four Days in November (1964)
Other Names: Sir David Frost, David Paradine
Astrological Sign: Aries
Best Known For Movie: David Frost Interviews Richard Nixon
Height: 5ft 11.5in ( 1.81m )
First Name: David
Middle Name: Paradine
Last Name: Frost
Birth Full Name: Sir David Paradine Frost, OBE
Birthplace: Tenterden, Kent, England, UK
Death Location: Queen Elizabeth cruise ship, UK
Cause of Death: Heart Attack
Build: Average
Hair Color: Salt and Pepper
Sexuality: Straight
Religion: Methodist
Ethnicity: White
Nationality: British
High School: Gillingham Grammar School ,Wellingborough Grammar School
University: Gonville and Caius College, Cambridge
Occupation: Journalist, Actor, Producer
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