Our man in the old continent sends us a link to this profile of the political relative of the year — Tony Blair’s father-in-law. His name is Tony Booth, and it appears he’s modeled his life on My Fair Lady‘s Alfred P. Doolittle, not that he’s ever gotten to the church on time. He may not even sing. But in between his drinking, smoking and wenching, he’s also been an actor. His roles have ranged from Hamlet to Sid Noggett, “in the robustly erotic series of films that included ‘Confessions of a Window Cleaner.'” He currently resides in Ireland’s County Cavan.
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