Craig Ferguson Shares with ‘The View’ Co-Hosts about His Son Milo Growing Up
Craig Ferguson recently made a guesting on the morning show “The Talk” where he talked about his son, Milo, going to college and experiences as a child.
Craig Ferguson is a television host, actor, author, and comedian, but to his children, he is simply a loving father. During a guest appearance on “The View,” Ferguson shared his thoughts on his eldest son, Milo, going off to college and growing up.
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The topic touched on the latest college admissions scam that involved over 50 parents trying to buy their child’s way into college, to which Ferguson was proud to say that his son made it to a college all by himself.
Although the comedian made a funny revelation that he used to help his son get a head start when he was young at Chuckie Cheese to get ahead on his skee ball than the other kids.
Milo is Ferguson’s son with Sascha Corwin. The 48-year-old is also a proud father to his youngest son, Liam, whom he shares with Megan. Long before he was known for his comedic self on television, the “Late Late Show” star was a drummer to rock bands.
He also ventured into being an author, writing “Between the Bridge and the River,” a novel about two childhood friends and two illegitimate half-brothers, and “American on Purpose,” a memoir of his life.
Among his works are “How to Train Your Dragon, “Brave,” “My Fair Lady,” and “The Drew Carey Show,” which brought him much fame on the stateside.
Last year, it was announced that he would be in a feature film, “Love Me To Death,” with Kathie Lee Gifford, which she wrote.
“[The movie] follows Annabelle (Gifford), a lonely widow who plans a trip around the world, with her husband’s ashes in tow, to visit the places they loved in the movies. When she arrives at the Inn in Loch Lomond, run by a curmudgeonly Scotsman (Ferguson), the first stop on the journey changes her life forever, as a family secret is revealed, one wedding is derailed, another is planned, and two unlikely people get a second chance at love,” Deadline reported.