Aaron Latham, who was married to Leslie Stahl, just died away on July 23, 2018, at the age of 78. At the time of his passing, he was a patient at Bryn Mawr Hospital in Pennsylvania, where he had been admitted.

In the year 2020, Aaron was found to have Parkinson’s disease and also had caught the Covid-19 virus. Leslie revealed this information to a news organisation, saying that both she and Aaron were infected with the virus at the same time.

Leslie also said that she was hospitalised after contracting pneumonia and that she made a full recovery following her stay there. During their conversation, she brought up the subject of her husband and claimed that the virus contributed to the complications of his Parkinson’s disease.

Aaron Latham

Everything that is understood with regard to Aaron Latham

Aaron Latham was a well-known journalist, novelist, and screenwriter who lived in the United Kingdom. Rolling Stone, Esquire, Talk, and The New York Times are just a few of the magazines that he has written for.

Latham was reared in Spur, which is located in Dickens County, West Texas, close to Lubbock. He was born on October 3, 1943, and his parents Cecil Clyde Latham and Annie Launa Cozby raised him there. After graduating from Catalina High School in Tucson, Arizona, in the United States, he went on to further his education at Princeton University in New Jersey.

Aaron covered the Watergate affair for both The Washington Post and New York magazine while working as a correspondent for both of those publications. Latham’s piece served as the impetus for the creation of the film Urban Cowboy, and he collaborated with director James Bridges to write the screenplay for the film. In addition, he was a co-writer for the book of the 2003 Broadway musical adaptation.

It was estimated that Latham had a net worth of around $3 million, and that he made approximately $1.8 million working as a writer. There is presently no access to specific information about his professional life.

In subsequent years, Latham became known to the public as Leslie Stahl’s spouse. In a past interview with People, Stahl recounted the time in 1972 when they were simultaneously reporting on the Watergate affair. She remarked at the time,

“Out of the blue, he decided to phone me. I believe I hung up on him by suddenly slamming the phone down. We continued our relationship all the way through the hearings and the trials. After Nixon had finally handed in his resignation, my colleagues and I exchanged glances and said, “What are we going to talk about now?”

The two spoke about their initial encounter in 1977, saying that Latham had seen Stahl on the news before they really met in person for the first time. Latham said that he switched on the television to check out Stahl’s appearance and went on to say that she had a stunning appearance.

During their conversation regarding their first date, Latham confessed that he did not have to be concerned about his ability to communicate since he did not have the opportunity to do so. They had a daughter, Taylor Stahl Latham, in 1977 after they tied the knot and became parents.

On Twitter, users have been paying their respects

Because of his impeccable work as a journalist, Aaron Latham’s name has become well known among the general public. When news of his passing spread on Twitter, followers immediately began sharing their sorrow.