Marcel Theroux is an award-winning British novelist and broadcaster. Tonight, he’ll add to that CV presenting a new episode of Unreported World.
But people won’t think “Oh, there’s that successful writer and broadcaster.” They’ll just say “Ooh, that’s Louis Theroux’s brother! There’s another one! Look!” And that’s wrong. But it’s not unusual.
Today we’re celebrating the lesser-known, the undervalued, brothers and sisters – the great talents destined to be known as the other one.
The younger brother of a shertain Shcottish Shuperschpy, Neil’s film roles have primarily involved his familial link to 007 no.1. Take for an example the amazing-sounding O.K. Connery, in which Neil appears as the younger brother of England’s best secret agent – perhaps the greatest allegory for a disappointing casting process that cinema has ever seen.