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Ronan Farrow Biography and Wiki
Ronan Farrow is a well-known American journalist, human rights lawyer, and activist. He is best known for his investigative reporting for The New Yorker magazine on sexual abuse allegations against film producer Harvey Weinstein.
Ronan Farrow Education
He attended Yale Law School and received his Juris Doctorate in 2009. He eventually passed the New York State Bar Exam. Farrow earned a Doctor of Philosophy in political science while studying at Magdalen College at the University of Oxford.
Ronan Farrow Age
How old is Ronan? He is 35 years old as of 2022. Ronan was born Satchel Ronan O’Sullivan Farrow on 19th December 1987, in New York City the United States of America.
Ronan Farrow Height
Ronan stands at an average height of 5’10” (178 cm) tall. ALSO READ: Olivia Nuzzi
Ronan Farrow Family and Parents
Ronan was born in New York City, the son of celebrity parents Woody Allen, a renowned film director and producer, and actress Mia Farrow. He is the only biological offspring.
Ronan Farrow Siblings
He has his other siblings Bechet Allen, Daisy Previn, Fletcher Previn, Frankie-Minh Farrow, Isaiah Justus Farrow, Kaeli-Sha Farrow, Lark Previn, Manzie Tio Allen, Matthew Previn, Moses Farrow, Sascha Previn, Soon-Yi Previn, Tam Farrow, Thaddeus Wilk Farrow
Ronan Farrow Married | Wife
Farrow began dating podcast host and former presidential speechwriter Jon Lovett in 2011. Farrow proposed to Lovett in a draft of his book Catch and Kill: Lies, Spies, and a Predator Protection Conspiracy, and the two married in 2019.
Ronan Farrow’s Net Worth
Ronan has an estimated net worth of 18 million dollars.
Ronan Farrow Career
He was appointed as UNICEF’s Youth Spokesman while attending Yale Law School, a position he held from 2001 to 2009. He traveled to Darfur, Sudan, as a spokesperson, to advocate for the rights of women and children caught up in the civil war. Ronan also traveled to Sudan’s Darfur region with his mother, UNICEF Goodwill Ambassador Mia Farrow, to advocate for the safety of Darfur refugees. He interned at the law firm Davis Pollock & Wardwell and the United States House Committee on Foreign Affairs while at Yale. He worked as a ‘Special Adviser for Humanitarian and NGO Affairs’ in the Obama administration’s bureau of the ‘Special Representative for Pakistan and Afghanistan’ from 2009 to 2013.
He oversaw the US government’s relations with non-governmental organizations and civil society in Pakistan and Afghanistan. Ms. Hillary Clinton, Secretary of State in the Obama administration, appointed Farrow as her Special Advisor and Director of Global Youth Issues in the State Department office. Hillary had appointed an ad hoc multiyear group to assess the country’s social and economic guidelines on youth issues, and the bureau was established to streamline the tasks. Beginning in 2010, Ronan was appointed as co-chairman of the task force for global youth issues, alongside David Barth, a veteran USAID official (United States Agency for International Development). Ronan’s primary responsibility as a special advisor was to develop guidelines for youth programs with the overarching goal of empowering youth.
Farrow served as Special Advisor from 2010 to 2012, after which the onus of maintaining the policy framework fell on the new incumbent. After finishing his time as a federal government advisor, Ronan left for Oxford University with a Rhodes scholarship to pursue doctoral studies in international relations. However, he arrived in the United States without having finished his dissertation. He has written op-eds, essays, and reports for several newspapers and magazines as a journalist. He has contributed to the ‘Los Angeles Times,’ ‘The Wall Street Journal,’ ‘The Guardian,’ ‘Foreign Policy,’ and ‘The Atlantic.’
Ronan Farrow completed a book titled ‘Pandora’s Box: How American Military Aid Creates America’s Enemies’ in 2013, which was published by Penguin Press in 2015. Ronan Farrow Daily, which aired on MSNBC from 2014 to 2015, was Ronan’s TV news show. He has also hosted several other NBC television shows and programs, including the ‘Today Show,’ ‘Morning Joe,’ and ‘Nightly News.’ Ronan had produced a documentary about the alleged sexual exploits of film producer Harvey Weinstein, which NBC did not air. Despite this, he wrote a detailed investigative report for ‘The New Yorker,’ which was published in 2017.