The son of Mia Farrow and Woody Allen is reported being in talks to join the network's weekend line-up.
Ronan Farrow may host his own show on MSNBC. Amidst paternity issue after his mother Mia Farrow told Vanity Fair that he's "possibly" the son of Frank Sinatra, the 25-year-old is reportedly considering to lead a new program to join the network's weekend line-up.
According to The Hollywood Reporter, MSNBC president Phil Griffin has been in discussions with Farrow for some time, but a rep for the channel declines to comment on the news. Should Ronan sign up for the hosting gig, he will join Alec Baldwin who was recently added to the network's weekend line-up and will make his debut as the host of "Up Late With Alec Baldwin" on Friday, Octorber 11.
Ronan, who is considered the only biological child of actress Mia Farrow and director Woody Allen, is a graduate of Yale Law School. The human rights activist, freelance journalist and lawyer served as a foreign policy official in the Obama Administration.
The eligible bachelor has spoken extensively on engaging with marginalized people such as youth and women's groups, and addressed the issues of AIDS in Africa and the genocide in Darfur. His writings, maily focused on human rights issues in Africa, have appeared in the Los Angeles Times, the International Herald Tribune, the Wall Street Journal and other publications.