Mia Farrow and Woody Allen's Rhodes Scholar son Ronan is in talks to host a political debate show on U.S. news network MSNBC. The 25 year old has been linked to a new role as part of the channel's weekend line-up, according to The Hollywood Reporter. A human rights activist, Ronan has served in the Obama administration's foreign policy department and also at the State Department, where he founded the Office of Global Youth Issues and was an adviser to former Secretary of State Hillary Clinton. He has appeared on MSNBC and CNN and has written articles for The Wall Street Journal and International Herald Tribune, among other top newspapers. If he lands a gig at MSNBC, he won't be the only high-profile new face on the network - his father's Blue Jasmine star, Alec Baldwin, premieres his Friday night interview programme, Up Late with Alec Baldwin, next week (11Oct13). But before he comments on the news, Ronan was in the news on Wednesday (02Oct13), after an interview his mother gave to Vanity Fair, in which she confessed Frank Sinatra could "possibly" be his biological father, was released to the media. Farrow was married to Allen when Ronan was born, but accepts her ex-husband could have been the boy's father.