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To see someone who looks terrified, and kind of hungry and scared, and at the same time it's vicious. “I’m just more comfortable with myself now,” said Rocca. But it wasn’t until this week that the humorist confirmed our suspicions. , a show about “news, views and dudes” hosted by Ben Harvey and Dave Rubin in New York. And then there was Chicago (we saw him there, too, with his trademark glasses and quirky take on culture). We weren’t stalking Mo Rocca, we swear, but we seemed to run into each other a lot – and at gay places and gay events.If ever there was a time where LGBT people of note could be influential, it’s by coming out in hopes of sparing yet an young person the fear and self loathing that sometimes comes with accepting one’s homosexuality (gee, thanks societal pressure).And it seems that a few “celebrity” folks are taking this to heart, like Rocca, who may never have totally been “in” the closet, but he certainly wasn’t publicly “out” either. Be respectful of our online community and contribute to an engaging conversation.
Rocca began his career acting on stage in the Southeast Asia tour of the musical Grease (1993) and Paper Mill Playhouse's South Pacific (1994).
Maurice Alberto "Mo" Rocca (January 28, 1969) is an American humorist, journalist and actor.
He is a correspondent for CBS Sunday Morning, the host and creator of My Grandmother's Ravioli on the Cooking Channel, and also the host of The Henry Ford's Innovation Nation on CBS.
Rocca is a regular correspondent to CBS Sunday Morning with Jane Pauley.
His work includes cover stories, features, and profiles (such as of Chris Rock and Amy Schumer) with an emphasis on presidential history. In 2012, he became a regular contributor to the then-new CBS This Morning.