Late-night TV talk show host Conan O'Brien is headed to Boston to discuss his life and work during a special forum at the John F. Kennedy Presidential Library.
O'Brien, a Brookline native and Harvard graduate, will also discuss the art of comedy with National Public Radio's Scott Simon. Caroline Kennedy will introduce O'Brien at the forum, to be held Thursday evening.
O'Brien is a member of the board of directors of the John F. Kennedy Library Foundation and the honorary chair of the foundation's "New Frontier Network," which brings together young leaders committed to advancing President Kennedy's ideals of civic engagement and public service to new generations.
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O'Brien is the host of "Conan," a late-night talk show on TBS.