Larry King is recovering in a hospital after undergoing a heart procedure on Thursday, according to Ora TV, the network behind "Larry King Now."
King, 85, was set to have a scheduled angioplasty Thursday when he began experiencing "angina and went to the hospital early to be examined."
According to the Mayo Clinic, angina is chest pain that is caused by a reduced blood flow to the heart.
The veteran TV and radio host survived a heart attack in 1987 and underwent quintuple bypass surgery, which prompted him to quit a lifelong three-pack-a-day cigarette habit and lose weight.
"His doctor successfully performed the angioplasty and inserted stents to reopen the previous bypass from 1987," Ora TV said in the statement.
"He has been recuperating in the hospital and is scheduled to be released soon. His doctors expect him to make a full recovery."
King has had previous health issues, including prostate cancer, and he lives with Type 2 diabetes.