Graham Norton is an Irish actor, author, comedian, commentator, and presenter, who appeared on The One Show on Friday to reveal where in the UK the event would take place after Liverpool and Glasgow were named the final two cities in the running last month.
Norton has been presenting on BBC Radio 2 on Saturday mornings 2010. In 2021 he began presenting on Saturdays and Sundays on Virgin Radio UK. He has been the BBC’s television commentator for the Eurovision Song Contest since 2009.
Graham Norton Net Worth
Norton’s stand-up comedy drag act as a tea-towel-clad Mother Teresa of Calcutta, in 1992. His first appearances in broadcasting were in the UK. In 2001, Norton began his career on the BBC. He hosted the BBC One series How Do You Solve a Problem like Maria?, in 2006.
In 2007, Norton’s chat show, The Graham Norton Show. Norton said that he genuinely “doesn’t know” how the corporation arrived at that figure. “Myself and my agent look at that number and we go ‘I wonder how they came up with that’,” he says. “It bears no relation to anything I know. But if that’s what they say I earn, that’s what I earn.”
As of 2022, his net worth is estimated to be $4 million. He has appeared regularly on the BBC Radio 4 panel show Just a Minute, appearing in over 100 episodes.
Norton has won numerous awards for his work including multiple BAFTAs, an Emmy Award, and a National Television Award.
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Graham Norton Salary
His salary from the BBC in 2020 was £725,000; however, this did not include his fee for presenting The Graham Norton Show. This Friday-night chatshow is produced by a company separate from the BBC, which is why it’s excluded from the annual rankings.
The Graham Norton Show is broadcast on BBC One and produced by So Television, which Norton and Graham Stuart launched in 1998 and sold to ITV Studios for £17 million in 2012 (about €20 million at current exchange rates).
Graham Norton Home, Cars
Graham Norton’s home is situated in West Cork. His car details are not known.
Graham Norton TV Shows
From 2010 to 2020, Norton hosted BBC Radio 2’s Saturday-morning slot. In 2019 he became a judge on RuPaul’s Drag Race UK. In 2021 he began appearing on Saturdays and Sundays for Virgin Radio UK. The BBC’s television commentator for the Eurovision Song Contest since 2009, according to Hot Press, “the 21st century’s answer to Terry Wogan.”
He is also recognized for his innuendo-littered speech and flamboyant presentation style. Norton has previously played Father Noel Furlong in three episodes of the Channel 4 comedy series Father Ted. In 2012, he sold his production company So Television to ITV for approximately £17 million.