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I...I would never harm Ezra, detective. I was...in love with him.— Keith McKinney

Keith McKinney is a robobrain and former Hollywood actor living in Vault 118 in 2287.

Background

Keith McKinney used to be a famous Hollywood actor before the Great War, and was selected as a participant for the Vault 118 social experiment. He was then convinced by Bert Riggs and Julianna Riggs to transfer his brain into a robobrain. Since the Great War, he has been the partner of Gilda Broscoe.

He starred in the film The Fightin’ Furies: Last Stand at Fort McGee being played at Eden Meadows Cinemas, as well as several unseen films, such as Empires of the Nile and Ditch Diggers of Dusseldorf.[1] Keith has a secret love for Ezra, but implies that Ezra already knows and ignores him.[2][3]

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Appearances

Keith McKinney appears only in the Fallout 4 add-on Far Harbor. He is mentioned in the Fallout 4 add-on Nuka-World on a plaque in Wixon's Shovel Museum. Film posters bearing Keith's name also appear in Fallout 76.

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References

  1. Fallout 4 message box transcriptions
  2. Keith McKinney: "I- I would never harm Ezra, Detective. I was... in love with him."
    (Keith McKinney's dialogue)
  3. Keith McKinney: "When we first met him he was just so mysterious and exciting. It seemed like he had been everywhere and done everything. I convinced Gilda that we should invest in the hotel so I could stay close to him, but he never seemed to realize how I felt. I mean we spent time together. Going hunting, having drinks, talking about his plans for the hotel. He must have known, but he never said anything. Do you have any idea what it's like to pine for someone for 200 years, Detective?"
    (Keith McKinney's dialogue)
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