Bryan Batt’s family founded and ran the iconic amusement park Pontchartrain Beach. After Hurricane Katrina, Batt organized, hosted, and performed at events and fundraisers across the country for disaster relief efforts. Hearing stories and memories of Pontchartrain Beach from natives of the Gulf South inspired him to celebrate his familyâ€™s business in a book.
A native New Orleanian, Batt is an actor, designer, and civil activist. He has won numerous awards, including two Screen Actors Guild Awards for his work on Mad Men, OUT Magazineâ€™s Artist of the Year, and the Big Easy Entertainer of the Year award. Batt and his partner own and operate Hazelnut, a fine gift and home accessories shop in New Orleans. In addition, he serves on the boards of NO AIDS Task Force and Le Petit Theátre du Vieux Carré.
Batt earned his bachelor of arts from Tulane University and lives with his partner in New Orleans, Louisiana. This is his third book.
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