Connor is already out of the loop because he has a different mother than Shiv, Roman and Kendall, which creates even more distance from Logan.
Connor Roy (Alan Ruck)
Logan's eldest son from his first marriage, Connor is the half-brother of Kendall, Shiv and Roman.
When Connor was ten, his mother killed herself by throwing herself off the roof of their home. Although she was severely depressed, Connor always knew there was more to the story, remarking to his father that there are things he knows that he has not told his sister.
Roman — Third Child, Mid-30s
Roman seems closer in age to his younger sister Shiv than his older brother Kendall.
The latest episode of Succession season 3 saw Alan Ruck's Connor Roy sport a broken arm as he repeatedly refused to take off his coat – and it turns out his injury was real.
It's unknown what happened to Rose, beyond the fact that she is a very sensitive topic and Logan has blamed himself for her death.
Roman Roy reveals he introduced Connor and Willa to each other when she was (and remains) an escort. Connor later asks Willa to commit to an exclusive relationship, and she reluctantly agrees.
3. Siobhan 'Shiv' Roy. As the only daughter, Siobhan "Shiv" Roy oscillates between being her father's favorite child and a thorn in his side. Logan can be the cruelest to her, especially in public and in front of those that matter. Yet in private, he treats her with tenderness and affection.
The answer: $18 billion—mostly from Roy's 36% stake in Waystar, the publicly traded, $46 billion (market cap) media and entertainment giant he founded in his twenties. The Roy empire also includes at least $345 million in real estate, including Logan Roy's $52 million palatial townhouse on New York's Fifth Avenue.
He has four children Connor (Alan Ruck), Kendall (Jeremy Strong), Shiv (Sarah Snook), and Roman (Kieran Culkin). The Roys are fictional but pulled from real life for inspiration. Logan closely resembles Rupert Murdoch, who founded News Corp, given their occupation.
Marcia has gone from overbearing stepmother in season one to a power player with one of the most satisfying scenes in the shows history towards the end of season 2, as she confronted Rhea in Scotland, delivering a blistering line as she questions whether Rhea has been tested for an STD as Marcia is still sleeping with ...
Roman has no children, and while he has been known to date several women over the course of the series he remains distant from them and also does not have sex with them. He has an interest in Gerri Kellman (J. Smith-Cameron) but the pair share a will-they-won't-they relationship.
Marcia is upset with Logan and leaves after he announces Rhea as his successor.
We know that he and his brother, Ewan, grew up in the care of their uncle, Noah. Logan still blames himself for the death of their sister, Rose—and whatever happened to him and Ewan afterward, it seared a lot of angry, red scars into his back.
In the episode, the Roys go on a hunting trip in Hungary, but conflict erupts over Logan's controversial plan to acquire a rival news corporation. The episode became notable for "Boar on the Floor," a fictional game that is depicted during the climax.
Ruck, now 65, nearly died in 2001 after he contracted a mysterious blood infection. At the time, the actor was starring on the ABC sitcom Spin City and got sick during a flight to New York with his costar Barry Bostwick.
In a statement announcing season 4, HBO's Executive Vice President Francesca Orsi said: “With each season of Succession, Jesse Armstrong has continued to surpass our wildest expectations, pulling us deeper into the Roy family's inner sanctum with indelible wit, humanity, and precision.
However, Marcia is an emotionally intelligent woman with loving tendencies. The love she has (or perhaps had) for Logan appears to be real, but in Season 2, Logan's shallow, cringe-inducing affair with Rhea Jarrell (Holly Hunter), who is now both the former CEO of PGM and Waystar Royco, drove a wedge between the two.
To top it off, Logan often calls his son “Romulus.” Based on mythology, Romulus was the founder and first ruler of the city of Rome. Logan wishes Roman could be “man” enough to take his place one day.