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NJ Man Claims Conan Is His Dad

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A New Jersey man is reaching out to the man that he believes is his father, with the help of social media. Could he be Conan O'Brien's son? We'll let you decide!

His name is Greg Keating, and he's from a small town in North Jersey, about 10 miles outside New York City. He's a redhead and has facial features very much like Conan.

"Hello Conan, I've been expecting you," Greg says in his video.

"This is a picture of my ‘dad,'" shows Greg as a picture of a Hispanic guy appears on screen.

The video is going viral, with more than 70,000 views, in just a few days. Although he's not serious about Conan being his father, the resemblance is uncanny!

Greg will be on Good Day Wednesday. Watch it live here.

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