Look at that square jaw! Do dimples get any sexier than this? And the prematurely gray salt-and-pepper hair?! OMG! Clearly "Making a Murderer" needs to have a spin-off show called "Making a Babe."
Aaron Keller, the silver fox reporter on the uber-popular and highly addictive Netflix documentary "Making a Murderer" has become the show-stealer for his smoldering good looks — and yes, his hair is a big part of it. Twitter loves the dude — and we’re thinking so does every guy out there who has gone prematurely gray.
Keller, who was a reporter with NBC26 in Green Bay at the time of filming, now has a law degree and joined the New Hampshire state bar in 2014. We’d like to think that the possible legal injustices involving the Steven Avery case got to him and pushed our Disney Prince in the right direction. He also works as an English and Communications adjunct professor at New Hampshire Technical Institute in Concord, where, it’s been quipped, enrollment is likely soaring at the moment.
But back to the hair! Check out what they are saying on Twitter:
We’re not sure it’s just a generational thing.
Mom’s favorite "Making a Murderer" character? The salt and pepper haired reporter.
— Diane Vadnal (@dvadnal) December 28, 2015
He needn’t speak. He just must be.
And if we were all being honest.
Still very engrossed in Making A Murderer but also kinda just here for the sexy grey haired reporter dude.
— Rachel Goof Ball (@Rachel_Ball) January 3, 2016
We feel your pain.
Here’s a thought …
As for those lovely tresses, Keller is not alone in going gray early. Typically, white people start going gray in their mid-30s, Asians in their late-30s, and African-Americans in their mid-40s, says WebMd. Keller was in his mid-20s when Making a Murderer was taped.
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