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TheSunday Times Bestseller'Honest and soul searching' Sunday ExpressFrom much loved documentary maker Louis Theroux comes a funny heartfelt and entertaining account of his life and weird times in TVIn 1994 fledgling journalist Louis Theroux was given a one off gig on Michael Moore’s TV Nation presenting a segment on apocalyptic religious sects Gawky socially awkward and totally unualified his first reaction to this exciting opportunity was panic But he’d always been drawn to off beat characters so maybe his enthusiasm would carry the day Or you know maybe it wouldn’t In Gotta Get Theroux This Louis takes the reader on a joyous journey from his anxiety prone childhood to his unexpectedly successful career Nervously accepting the BBC’s offer of his own series he went on to create an award winning documentary style that has seen him immersed in the weird worlds of paranoid US militias and secretive pro wrestlers get under the skin of celebrities like Max Clifford and Chris Eubank and tackle gang culture in San uentin prison all the time wondering whether the same ualities that make him good at documentaries might also make him bad at lifeAs Louis woos his beautiful wife Nancy and learns how to be a father he also dares to take on the powerful Church of Scientology Just as challenging is the revelation that one of his old subjects Jimmy Savile was a secret sexual predator prompting him to uestion our understanding of how evil takes place Filled with wry observation and self deprecating humour this is Louis at his most insightful and honest best'Funny engaging' Sunday Times'Gripping'Daily Mail'Absorbing and surprisingly candid' Telegraph MagazineTheSunday Times Bestseller'Honest and soul searching' Sunday ExpressFrom much loved documentary maker Louis Theroux comes a funny heartfelt and entertaining account of his life and weird times in TVIn 1994 fledgling journalist Louis Theroux was given a one off gig on Michael Moore’s TV Nation presenting a segment on apocalyptic religious sects Gawky socially awkward and totally unualified his first reaction to this exciting opportunity was panic But he’d always been drawn to off beat characters so maybe his enthusiasm would carry the day Or you know maybe it wouldn’t In Gotta Get Theroux This Louis takes the reader on a joyous journey from his anxiety prone childhood to his unexpectedly successful career Nervously accepting the BBC’s offer of his own series he went on to create an award winning documentary style that has seen him immersed in the weird worlds of paranoid US militias and secretive pro wrestlers get under the skin of celebrities like Max Clifford and Chris Eubank and tackle gang culture in San uentin prison all the time wondering whether the same ualities that make him good at documentaries might also make him bad at lifeAs Louis woos his beautiful wife Nancy and learns how to be a father he also dares to take on the powerful Church of Scientology Just as challenging is the revelation that one of his old subjects Jimmy Savile was a secret sexual predator prompting him to uestion our understanding of how evil takes place Filled with wry observation and self deprecating humour this is Louis at his most insightful and honest best'Funny engaging' Sunday Times'Gripping'Daily Mail'Absorbing and surprisingly candid' Telegraph MagazineTheSunday Times Bestseller'Honest and soul searching' Sunday ExpressFrom much loved documentary maker Louis Theroux comes a funny heartfelt and entertaining account of his life and weird times in TVIn 1994 fledgling journalist Louis Theroux was given a one off gig on Michael Moore’s TV Nation presenting a segment on apocalyptic religious sects Gawky socially awkward and totally unualified his first reaction to this exciting opportunity was panic But he’d always been drawn to off beat characters so maybe his enthusiasm would carry the day Or you know maybe it wouldn’t In Gotta Get Theroux This Louis takes the reader on a joyous journey from his anxiety prone childhood to his unexpectedly successful career Nervously accepting the BBC’s offer of his own series he went on to create an award winning documentary style that has seen him immersed in the weird worlds of paranoid US militias and secretive pro wrestlers get under the skin of celebrities like Max Clifford and Chris Eubank and tackle gang culture in San uentin prison all the time wondering whether the same ualities that make him good at documentaries might also make him bad at lifeAs Louis woos his beautiful wife Nancy and learns how to be a father he also dares to take on the powerful Church of Scientology Just as challenging is the revelation that one of his old subjects Jimmy Savile was a secret sexual predator prompting him to uestion our understanding of how evil takes place Filled with wry observation and self deprecating humour this is Louis at his most insightful and honest best'Funny engaging' Sunday Times'Gripping'Daily Mail'Absorbing and surprisingly candid' Telegraph Magazine