Ronan Farrow Reportedly Considering On-Camera Role at MSNBC

Julie Miller


Ronan Farrow, son of Woody Allen OR Frank SInatraRonan Farrow, son of Woody Allen OR Frank SInatraRonan Farrow, the world's most eligible (and well-attired) humanitarian under 30, is making quite the headlines this morning. Following his mother Mia Farrow's revelation in Vanity Fair's November issue that the 25-year-old Rhodes Scholar could be the son of Frank Sinatra, The Hollywood Reporter adds that Ronan is in talks to host his own MSNBC series. Currently a freelance journalist, Ronan has been published by The Wall Street Journal and The Atlantic and served in foreign-policy roles in the Obama administration. While details are scant, multiple T.H.R. sources confirm that Ronan will "likely" join the cable channel's weekend lineup. Later this month, MSNBC premieres another series featuring a host with Hollywood ties: the Friday-night interview program Up Late with Alec Baldwin, which begins on October 11.

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While Ronan Farrow has not publicly commented on the MSNBC report, he has commented on rumors of his Rat Pack lineage in a customarily witty missive from his active Twitter feed. "Listen, we're all *possibly* Frank Sinatra's son," he deadpanned to his 111,000 plus followers this morning.

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