He is 80 today; or rather, turned 80 yesterday - Monday - for most of you reading this at the time of posting. He is the oldest currently living world champion, with Anatoly Karpov a distant second at the age of 65. (Which seems unbelievable to me, having followed him since he was in his 20s. The years fly by.)
A strange interview with Spassky can be read here (as I've noted before, just about every recent interview with Spassky is a strange one); it's in Russian, but it's relatively intelligible by means of Google Translate.