In A Released Statement Confirming The TV Host’s Death, His Wife Kedakai Turner Claims That He ‘Would Like To Be Remembered As Someone Who Loved What He Did.’
James Lipton, the longtime host of U.S. TV show “Inside the Actors Studio”, has died, aged 93.
The veteran writer interviewed Hollywood’s biggest stars during his 22-season run of the beloved show, which launched in 1994, before stepping down in 2018.
He died at his home in New York City on Monday, March 02.
“There are so many James Lipton stories but I’m sure he would like to be remembered as someone who loved what he did and had tremendous respect for all the people he worked with,” Lipton’s wife Kedakai Turner says in a statement.
Lipton served as Dean Emeritus of the Actors Studio Drama School at Pace University in New York.