Jon Favreau (Age: 26) is the chief speech writer of candidate Barack Obama. Graduated from the College of the Holy Cross in Worcester, Massachusetts, he served as a speech writer for John Kerry in 2004. Favreau was the architect of Obama's teasing "announcement" during an appearance in December on "Monday Night Football." 
Favreau is not the actor who played the lovelorn Mike Peters in the movie "Swingers."
- For his inspiration, Mr. Favreau said, "I actually read a lot of Bobby Kennedy."
- “I see shades of J.F.K., R.F.K.,” he said, and then added, “King.” 
Jon Favreau is a fan of the Boston Red Sox.