Ronan Farrow—the child of Mia Farrow and Woody Allen. Need we say more? Well, yes, if only because he has accomplished so much, and he’s only 25. BuzzFeed was onto something when, in February, they put out a list titled “23 Reasons Why Ronan Farrow Is Cooler Than You.” There are probably more than 23 reasons, but you’ve got to stop somewhere. Mr. Farrow, whose full name is Satchel Ronan O’Sullivan Farrow (he was named after the baseball player Satchel Paige), graduated from Bard College at the age of 15; he then attended Yale Law School, checking that off by 21. Between Bard and Yale, Mr. Farrow worked for the late Richard Holbrooke, and two years ago, the prodigious Mr. Farrow became a Rhodes scholar. He’s also written for publications like The Wall Street Journal and The Los Angeles Times. See how his accomplishments sound good in list form? Mr. Farrow is a champion of human rights: he’s worked as a UNICEF spokesperson, advocating on behalf of women and children in Darfur, for example, traveling there in his late teens to get an early look at adversity. Most recently he was the special adviser for global youth issues to former Secretary of State Hillary Clinton. In short, he’s a diplomat, a polymath, a Renaissance man who could probably outcompete James Franco if he ever chose to pursue an acting career. (He also sings.) Mr. Farrow doesn’t look much like his nebbishy father—he’s blond, he’s got a feminine face, his slate blue eyes have probably melted the heart of every woman he’s looked at—but he certainly inherited Mr. Allen’s brains. He has had a fraught relationship with his father since Mr. Allen left Ms. Farrow for her adopted daughter, Soon-Yi Previn. Mr. Farrow has called Mr. Allen’s actions “a moral transgression” and refuses to have a relationship with him, though he remains close with his mother.