Son of Mia Farrow and Woody Allen (or is it Frank Sinatra?), Ronan Farrow isn't content with resting on his parents' success. He's tried his hand at TV with a short-lived MSNBC show but also has experience as a kid genius and political leader. After graduating from Bard College at age 15 with double majors in philosophy and biology, he attended Yale Law School, studied at Oxford University, and became a Rhodes Scholar. Since then, he's rubbed elbows with the political elite, having served in the Obama administration and founded the State Department's Office of Global Youth Issues while Hillary Clinton was secretary of state. Also on his impressive résumé? Ronan was a UNICEF spokesperson for several years, and he's written for publications like Newsday and The Wall Street Journal.