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In Weird Weekends (1998–2000), Theroux followed marginal, mostly American subcultures such as survivalists, black nationalists, white supremacists and porn stars, often by living among or close to the people involved.Often, his documentary method subtly exposed the contradictions or farcical elements of some seriously held beliefs.while his cousin, Justin, is an actor and screenwriter.He is the nephew of novelist Alexander Theroux and writer Peter Theroux.The film premiered at the London Film Festival in 2015 and was released in cinemas the UK on 7 October 2016.Theroux published his first book, The Call of the Weird: Travels in American Subcultures, in Britain in 2005.
In these special programmes, beginning in 2003, Theroux returned to American themes, working at feature-length and in a more natural way.
Theroux describes the aim of the series as: "Setting out to discover the genuinely odd in the most ordinary setting.
To me, it's almost a privilege to be welcomed into these communities and to shine a light on them and, maybe, through my enthusiasm, to get people to reveal more of themselves than they may have intended.
Theroux is best known for his documentary series, including Louis Theroux's Weird Weekends, When Louis Met..., and his BBC Two specials.
His career started in journalism and it bears the influences of notable writers in his family, such as his father Paul Theroux and his brother Marcel.
His episode about British entertainer Jimmy Savile, When Louis Met Jimmy, In an interview in 2015, Theroux expressed his intention to produce a follow-up documentary about Savile for the BBC to explore how the late entertainer had continued his abuse for so long, to meet people he knew closely, and examine his own reflections on his inability to dig more deeply into the first case.