A Dinner with The Kings airs Dec. 4
November 22nd, 2011
12:29 PM ET

A Dinner with The Kings airs Dec. 4

Conan O'Brien, Tyra Banks, Russell Brand, Shaquille O'Neal and other A-listers tell all at Larry King's dinner party

For the fourth hour-long special for CNN, Larry King and his wife Shawn hosted a dinner part with some of the biggest names in Hollywood and invited viewers in to join. The one hour special titled “Larry King Special: A Dinner with Kings” will air Sunday, December 4th at 8 and 11pm ET.

The dinner prepared by celebrity chef Wolfgang Puck includes Tyra Banks, Russell Brand, Twitter and Square founder Jack Dorsey, Quincy Jones, Seth MacFarlane, Conan O’Brien, and Shaquille O’Neal. Join Larry and his guests as they discuss life, love, insecurities, success and failures at this dinner party like no other.

Conan O’Brien on insecurities:  “There's a tendency for people to look at a table like some of the people that are here and say they’ve made it.  They have it.  And what they don't understand is the amount of insecurity that drives you when you're 15.  But it's still there when you're 48”.

Tyra Banks on her looks: “I'm so not sexy.  I know how to turn it on for a picture, but I'm not sexy in real life”

Russell Brand on his success: “How I deal with my personal, material success is guiltily”

Seth MacFarlane: “I'm still working on my hiding my insecurity 100 percent”

Jack Dorsey on success: “I've madehundreds and hundreds of mistakes and - and learned from 'em.  And - and that's what makes a successful company, that's what makes a successful creative endeavor, is learning from your mistakes”.

The special will re-air December 10th at 8 and 10pm ET and on CNN international on Saturday, December 10th at 9pm and Sunday December 11th at 6am.

Please see link to video clips below

http://www.cnn.com/SPECIALS/2011/larryking/

Link to photography

http://imageselect.turner.com/download/downloadimages.aspx?id=dc7958b4-927b-4b4d-85ff-bae844e930b4

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