Conan O'Brien's long lost 'son' wants to team up on TV
If your claim to fame is you look eerily like Conan O'Brien, there's a long road ahead of you to get into show business. One man is taking shortcut though, with a video directed at the "Conan" host himself, claiming O'Brien is his long, lost father.
Gregory Keating says he's never known his real father and shows off some of the reasons he knows O'Brien is his dad, the most compelling of which is his masterful string dance.
All Keating wants is a chance to appear with his dad on TV, but that's not likely to happen. O'Brien responded to Keating on Twitter, writing, "A kid in New Jersey is falsely claiming to be my illegitimate son. For the record, I have three children: Neve, Beckett, and @RonanFarrow."
Farrow, the son (maybe) of Woody Allen made headlines Sunday (Jan. 12) after lashing out at his dad's Golden Globes tribute.
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