Graham Norton Bio, Age, Family, Spouse, Net Worth, Salary and House

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Graham Norton Biography

Graham Norton was born in Ireland Graham William Walker television and radio presenter, stand-up comedian, actor, writer, and commentator based in the United Kingdom.


How old is Graham Norton?-Age

Norton is 58 years old as of 4 April 2021. He was born in 1963 in Clondalkin, Ireland.

Graham Norton Family

He is the son of Billy Walker, who is of Yorkshire from County Wicklow, and Rhoda Walker who is from Belfast. He has a sister Paula Giles. His paternal family is members of the Church of Ireland.

Who is Graham Norton Married to?-Wife

He is openly gay. He has been in two relationships that did not succeed. He separated from his partner Trevor Patterson in 2013 and started dating Andrew Smith, who he also separated from within 2015. In 2015, Norton said his former partners mostly resented the public partner role that they had to play.

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How much is Graham Norton Worth?-Net Worth

He has an estimated net worth of $30 million as of 2020. He has accrued his fortune from his career as a Presenter, comedian, actor, writer, commentator.

How Much does Graham Norton Paid?-Salary

He is said to be earning an annual salary of £725,000 from the BBC, with his show salary not included.

Where is Graham Norton’s house in Ireland?-House

In 2004 Norton sold his Irish penthouse for €350,000 to his two-bedroomed flat and made a profit of € 100,000. He then purchased for somewhere in the region of 1,6 million euros Ahakista House, a beautiful place with a view over Dunmanus Bay, near Bantry, and hired Stephen Smith of Edge Architecture for refutation services.

Graham Norton BBC

In 2005, Norton moved to the BBC, where she started hosting the BBC One Strict Dance Fever. Some nights in Bedtime Hour, he also read stories from the BBC child channel CBeebies. On the occasion of BBC Two on 22 February 2007 the Norton chat show, The Graham Norton Show, started. The show moved to BBC One on 6 October 2009 in a new format for one hour. He participated in the BBC Radio 2 breakfast show for Chris Evans in May 2010. The panel Would you rather … in December 2011? BBC America premiere.

On 1 September 2007, Norton hosted the first annual Eurovision Dance Contest in London, England. In October 2008 Norton was announced as a presenter of the United Kingdom heat event at the Eurovision Song Contest to replace Terry Wogan. The 2008 Glasgow Contest was also hosted by Norton and Claudia Winkleman. Norton, along with Alan Carr, will be a judge on the RuPaul Drag Race in February 2019. Since 2 October 2010, Norton has hosted a Saturday morning show on BBC Radio 2, which he has taken over from Jonathan Ross and has been featuring inviting interviews and songs. At the 2020 film Eurovision Song Contest, Norton took over his place in the Music Tournament.