By Ashley Collman. A year-old Temple University student is 'claiming' to be Conan O'Brien's illegitimate son in a hilarious viral video in which he asks the talk show host for tuition money. Verona, New Jersey native Greg Keating posted the video to YouTube last week, revealing the fact that his mother worked three floors above the Late Night studios when he was conceived and she was mysteriously fired from her job after getting pregnant. Keating goes on to say he wants to 'dominate late night television' with Conan as father and son while demonstrating his 'inherited' string-dancing skills. Famous father? It runs in the family: In the video, Keating shows off his 'inherited' string-dancing skills.
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People know the late Larry King as a broadcasting legend, but Conan O'Brien remembers him as a lover of comedy. For some reason, King found himself coming on O'Brien''s talk show again and again not even Conan knows why across all its incarnations, from Late Night in through his most recent TBS Conan show. He would always let "his comedy side come out," O'Brien recalled during a remembrance of King on Monday. O'Brien demonstrated what he meant by airing a compilation of clips from King's various appearances on his show.
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It was recently announced that he would be ending his iconic late-night show in , after 28 years on the air. Adhering to COVID protocols, the comedian, 57, and his longtime love each donned face masks for their outing. Due to the recent drop in temperatures, Conan layered a navy blue fleece zip-up over his charcoal grey tee. He rocked a pair of medium wash denim jeans and some plain black lace-up sneakers. Liza, whom Conan married in , put on a comfortable, yet fashionable display in a pair of distressed straight-leg jeans.
Conan Christopher O'Brien born April 18, is an American television host, comedian, writer, podcaster, and producer. He served as president of The Harvard Lampoon while attending Harvard University , and was a writer for the sketch comedy series Not Necessarily the News. After writing for several comedy shows in Los Angeles, he joined the writing staff of Saturday Night Live.