And it’s something I know many other fans can identify with because, when Theroux launches a documentary, he is so personable and genuine in his inquisitiveness, you feel as though he is your friend.
Theroux often seeks out subjects that many would consider controversial, taboo, even fringe — though Theroux himself rejects this identifier when I quiz him on it. And that’s maybe why I resist the term ‘fringe’ slightly.
Because it’s as if we’re all fringe, we’re all grappling with the mysteries of our own psychology to do with human mortality, our urge to harm ourselves, our urge to harm others.
Louis joined for his education on Westminister School and he met his close friend Adam Buxton and Joe Cornish from the very moment they started their friendship where till today they are good going into it.
Later on he also became a part of Magdalen College of Oxford where he took History as his major subject.
This started from the year 1988 till the year 1991.
Louis Theroux struck gold yet again in this brilliant documentary which featured the ‘Introduction Services’ available in Thailand to men from overseas seeking Thai women for marriage.
Being his father as novelist as well as travel writer of America he got much sourced from his father.
Louis mother name is Anne Castle and his brother is also writer and television presenter whose name is Marcel.
It was there that he received a degree in history and was recognized for his film reviews in the Grapevine magazine.
He began working as a journalist for Metro Silicon Valley in San Jose, California followed by Spy magazine in 1992.
However, largely due to the style of presentation, it was quite revealing to listen to the viewpoints of the ‘clients’ and owners, who seemed to feel comfortable expressing their views.