Louis Theroux

BBC

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Documentary-maker for the BBC, currently living in Los Angeles

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L.A.’s sunny skies and laid-back lifestyle have always been alluring for rain-soaked, uptight Brits.

Louis Theroux's LA Stories

L.A.’s sunny skies and laid-back lifestyle have always been alluring for rain-soaked, uptight Brits.

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