Larry King, the former host of CNN's Larry King Live, has joined the NOH8 Campaign, which raises awareness and funds for gay rights causes, including ending California's 2008 voter-approved gay marriage ban, Proposition 8.

The NOH8 Campaign, which is helmed by photographer-activist Adam Bouska and his partner Jeff Parshley, photographs celebrities and everyday folks with their mouths duct taped and the campaign's familiar “NOH8” slogan often written on one cheek.

In his photograph, King, 77, is wearing a red tie and matching suspenders while holding an old-fashioned radio microphone.

According to the group, King is also set to star in an upcoming PSA for Freedom to Marry's Say, I Do campaign, which urges President Barack Obama to endorse gay marriage.

Earlier this year, the interviewer also recorded a video urging New Yorkers to support marriage equality.

Other celebrities who have recently posed for the campaign include Miss USA Alyssa Campanella, R&B singer Mya, rapper Darryl “DMC” McDaniels and Spanish-American actress Charo.

The campaign received a huge boost in January when NCIS star Pauley Perrette wore a strapless dress that featured the NOH8 Campaign's logo to the People's Choice Awards in Los Angeles.