Mo Rocca is an American journalist, humorist and actor best known for hosting TV shows such as CBS Sunday Morning, My Grandmother’s Ravioli and The Henry Ford’s Innovation Nation. Born in Washington D.C., Mo was raised in a middle-class family. He became interested in drama and writing at an early age and following his high school graduation, he enrolled at Harvard University to study literature. In college, he also participated in theatrical productions. After acting in the musical titled Grease, he made his television debut as a correspondent in 1998 with The Daily Show, a late-night talk show. He has since become famous for his appearances as a correspondent on popular shows such as CBS Sunday Morning, CBS This Morning and The Tonight Show. In addition, he has also hosted many non-news related television programmes such as I Love the ‘70s and I Love the ‘80s, along with The Henry Ford’s Innovation Nation and My Grandmother’s Ravioli. He is also known for running a series of podcast titled Mobituaries, which is based on his book of the same name. In a 2011 interview, he came out as gay.