Brett KeatingLA Staff Writer
Brett was born and raised in Massachusetts, but got his LA resident card when he walked in on Bob Saget in the Giorgio Baldi bathroom. He likes Trader Joe’s, the Red Sox, and driving too far for tacos. Before The Infatuation, he was an actor, which is why he’s a tiny bit dead inside. He went to Wesleyan University, and likes to take credit for the accomplishments of other Wesleyan graduates.
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