BBC Three’s Eye of the Tyger to look at porn

Posted: February 18, 2014

Tyger Drew-Honey [pictured left, with his on-screen family], the 18 year-old star of TV series Outnumbered – now in its fifth and final series – has interviewed his father for a new BBC Three documentary series. Eye of the Tyger is described as a three-part observational documentary series, one segment of which will explore young people’s perceptions of pornography and delve inside the adult film industry. As son of Lindsay Honey – aka Ben Dover – and Linzi Drew, former glamour/adult model and editor of British Penthouse magazine, Tyger is well positioned for the role, describing the project as a “Louis Theroux kind of thing.”

Speaking to The Sun about the project, Tyger’s father Lindsay said: “Tyger’s doing one programme on young people and pornography so I was interviewed by my son which was a bit weird. It is about how youngsters perceive pornography. Obviously producers thought if any young person is going to do a documentary about the sex industry then it has to be Tyger because his parents were involved in it.”

In addition to playing the role of Jake Brockman since 2007, Tyger has also worked on shows such as CBBC’s Friday Download and The Ministry of Curious Stuff, Doctors, The Armstrong and Miller Show, Midsomer Murders, and Horrid Henry: The Movie.

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