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‘Modern Family’ Co-Creator Steve Levitan Says Larry King Once Found His Lost Credit Card

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‘Modern Family’ Co-Creator Steve Levitan Says Larry King Once Found His Lost Credit Card
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Leviton paid tribute to the longtime radio and broadcast host, sharing King’s story of the time, “pretending to pay for expensive dinners around Canada with my credit card.”

Modern Family co-creator Steve Levitan is sharing a comic story about the late Larry King, who died at the age of 87 on Saturday.

Taking to social media on Sunday, Leviton reflected on a trip he took with friends to Canada, leading to an accident.

“The day after wakeboarding, I realized the ziplock bag with my AMEX, Drivers’ License and $ 100 cash had flown off the boat. I searched the area where I felt it happened, but, of course, It was gone, ”he wrote. On Twitter “We had no internet where I was staying, so I didn’t check on Twitter until several days later. When I saw a tweet from a man that my credit card, cash, and license had washed up on his shores.”

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Leviton calls for his “great surprise”, the mysterious man tweeting about his personal belongings was the king. After failing to get Leviton’s response, Leviton said that King made fun of him by recording and posting videos of himself “pretending to pay for expensive dinners around Canada with my credit card.”

Levitan said, “Such a great tip of the hat to @kingsthings. (And, yes, I got it all back when I returned home).”

According to a statement posted on his official social media accounts, King died Saturday morning at Cedar-Sinai Medical Center in Los Angeles. A cause of death was not specified, although Raja was hospitalized with COVID-19 this month.

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Following the news of his death, stars, CNN Pratibha and Anjam were taken to social media to pay tribute to the longtime radio and television host.

Read Leviton’s thread below.

True story: I was spending a week in Canada on a lake with friends. The day after wakeboarding, I realized the ziplock bag with my AMEX, driver’s license and $ 100 cash had gone out of the boat. I discovered the area where I thought it happened, but, of course, it was gone …

– Steve Levitan (@SteveLevitan)

Since I did not respond to Larry’s tweet, he attributed it to a string of videos showing me paying for expensive Canadian dinners with my credit card. So a huge tip of the hat to @kingsthings. (And, yes, I got it all back when I returned home).

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– Steve Levitan (@SteveLevitan)

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