Marcel Theroux

Marcel
Marcel Raymond Theroux (born 13 June 1968) is an English novelist and broadcaster.wikipedia
61 Related Articles

The Confessions of Mycroft Holmes: A Paper Chase

The Paperchase
He wrote A Stranger in The Earth and The Confessions of Mycroft Holmes: A Paper Chase, for which he won the Somerset Maugham Award in 2002.
The Confessions of Mycroft Holmes: A Paper Chase is the title of a 2001 novel by Marcel Theroux.

Paul Theroux

Theroux, PaulA Christmas CardThe Stranger at the Palazzo D'Oro
He is the elder son of the American travel writer and novelist Paul Theroux and his then-wife Anne Castle.
He is the father of British authors and documentary filmmakers Marcel Theroux and Louis Theroux, the brother of authors Alexander Theroux and Peter Theroux, and uncle of the American actor and screenwriter Justin Theroux.

Louis Theroux

LouisTheroux
His younger brother, Louis Theroux, is a journalist, documentarian, and television presenter.
His older brother, Marcel, is a writer and television presenter, while his cousin, Justin, is an actor and screenwriter.

Somerset Maugham Award

Somerset Maugham PrizeSomerset Maugham
He wrote A Stranger in The Earth and The Confessions of Mycroft Holmes: A Paper Chase, for which he won the Somerset Maugham Award in 2002.

Kampala

Kampala, UgandaKampala DistrictKampala Capital City Authority
Marcel Theroux was born in 1968 in Kampala, Uganda, where his American-born father, Paul Theroux, was teaching at Makerere University.

Westminster School

WestminsterWestminster CollegeWestminster schoolboy
After attending a state primary school, he boarded at Westminster School where his best friend was Nick Clegg.

Alexander Theroux

TherouxTheroux, Alexander
He is the brother of novelist Paul Theroux and uncle of documentarian Louis Theroux and novelist Marcel Theroux.

Justin Theroux

JustinTheroux
Theroux is the nephew of the travel writer and novelist Paul Theroux, novelist and poet Alexander Theroux, author Peter Theroux, and novelist and educator Joseph Theroux; he is the cousin of British journalists and documentary filmmakers Louis and Marcel Theroux.

Wabi-sabi

wabisabiWabi Sabi
On 16 March 2009, Theroux presented In Search of Wabi-sabi on BBC Four, as part of the channel's 'Hidden Japan' season of programming.
On 16 March 2009, Marcel Theroux presented "In Search of Wabi Sabi" on BBC Four as part of the channel's Hidden Japan season of programming.

John W. Campbell Memorial Award for Best Science Fiction Novel

John W. Campbell Memorial AwardJohn W. Campbell AwardCampbell Award
His novel Strange Bodies won the 2014 John W. Campbell Memorial Award.

News broadcasting

newscasttelevision newsnews channel
He has also worked in television news in New York City and in Boston.

Boston

Boston, MassachusettsBoston, MABoston, United States
He has also worked in television news in New York City and in Boston.

Uganda

UgandanRepublic of UgandaUGA
Marcel Theroux was born in 1968 in Kampala, Uganda, where his American-born father, Paul Theroux, was teaching at Makerere University.

Makerere University

Makerere University CollegeMakerere CollegeMakarere University
Marcel Theroux was born in 1968 in Kampala, Uganda, where his American-born father, Paul Theroux, was teaching at Makerere University.

National University of Singapore

University of SingaporeRaffles CollegeNUS
The family spent the next two years in Singapore, where his father taught at the National University of Singapore.

Wandsworth

Wandsworth, LondonWandsworth, SurreyWandsworth Town
After their return to England, Theroux was brought up in Wandsworth, London.

State school

Publicpublic high schoolpublic school
After attending a state primary school, he boarded at Westminster School where his best friend was Nick Clegg.

Nick Clegg

Nicholas CleggSir Nick CleggClegg
After attending a state primary school, he boarded at Westminster School where his best friend was Nick Clegg.

Clare College, Cambridge

Clare CollegeClareClare Hall, Cambridge
He went on to study English Literature at Clare College, Cambridge.

International relations

international affairsinternational politicsforeign relations
He won a fellowship to study International Relations with a specialisation in Soviet and East European Studies at Yale University.

Soviet and Communist studies

East European Studiescommunist studiesSoviet and East European studies
He won a fellowship to study International Relations with a specialisation in Soviet and East European Studies at Yale University.

Yale University

YaleYale CollegeUniversity of Yale
He won a fellowship to study International Relations with a specialisation in Soviet and East European Studies at Yale University.

Tooting

Tooting GraveneyUpper TootingTooting Broadway
He lives in Tooting, London and is married.

London

London, EnglandLondon, United KingdomLondon, UK
He lives in Tooting, London and is married.

Sarthe

7272 - SartheLa Sarthe
His paternal French surname originates from the region around Sarthe and Yonne in France.