Graham Norton

Occupation: Television Presenter, Comedian

Nationality: Irish

Born: April 4, 1963 (52)

"I see that the BBC is amazing. That it is incredible. It's just that my voice has no weight in that debate." Graham Norton: Turn off BBC for 2 months TV presenter also aims to quit show before the cast of TOWIE are booked. Graham Norton to quit chat show at 60 The pair faced off during a fun appearance on The Graham Norton Show. Emilia Clarke battles Cara Delevingne Actor can fire off a list of 57 names he memorised for a scene... that was then cut. Mark Wahlberg has the best party trick Seth Macfarlane does Griffin family voices to Cyndi Lauper's classic hits. Family Guy creator's karaoke is awesome Digital Spy brings you the best of tonight's (June 12) TV picks. What to Watch: Tonight's TV Picks Lewis Hamilton and Jack Whitehall will also feature. Rita Ora will sing on The Graham Norton Show Comedian faux-tripped at the power couple's feet during the TIME 100 gala. Amy Schumer explains Kimye red carpet fall The actor said his wife is hooked to the show and he picked up the accent. Watch Chris Pratt show off TOWIE accent The actor also reveals that there is only one British accent he can impersonate. Chris Pratt told off for Parks & Rec nudity Mark Wahlberg and Seth MacFarlane are confirmed to appear on the BBC One chatshow. Ted 2 stars for Graham Norton Show Sweden storm to victory in Vienna with 'Heroes', while Electro Velvet fall short. Eurovision 2015: As it happened Rock band Muse will perform new track 'Mercy' on an episode next month. Muse to perform on The Graham Norton Show Brandon Flowers will also visit the studio to perform his latest single 'I Can Change'. Kylie books Graham Norton Show appearance The Graham Norton-hosted ceremony was the second most-watched programme of the night. BAFTA TV Awards ratings were up on 2014 Jessica Hynes's anti-cuts speech was particularly praised by viewers. Twitter reacts to the BAFTA TV Awards Join Digital Spy as we follow the biggest UK TV awards night of the year. BAFTA TV Awards as they happened Graham Norton will host the House of Fraser BAFTA TV Awards on Sunday (May 10). Who is attending the BAFTA TV Awards? Graham Norton explains that he grew a beard because he's too lazy to shave. Graham Norton thinks we've reached peak beard The actor will discuss his new film Tomorrowland with Graham Norton on May 22. George Clooney to appear on Graham Norton Graham Norton suggests that James Corden will have to be careful not to get bored. Graham Norton 'pinches himself' about his job Having a glass of wine in the wings helps. Graham Norton 'nervous about hosting BAFTAs' Presenter says there will be some "perfectly good songs" this year. Graham Norton previews Eurovision ballads Graham Norton says he thinks it was a clever move to make Bobby Beale the killer. Graham Norton backs EastEnders for a BAFTA He's not happy that Call The Midwife didn't get nominated. What BAFTA host Graham Norton thinks of TV The performance of 'Higher' will kick off the awards ceremony on Sunday, May 10. Sigma and Labrinth to perform at BAFTAs Classics like "This Hand Is Your Hand" and "Freud" get an airing. Matt Le Blanc sings Joey Tribbiani's songs Graham Norton also weighs in on Britain's Eurovision chances – and he's not concerned. Graham Norton is amazed by Conchita Wurst Electro Velvet will give the first TV performance of their song 'Still in Love with You'. UK Eurovision entry to perform on Graham Norton The actress says she was "concussed for about six weeks of filming" after accident. Mulligan got concussion on Madding Crowd set BGT judge responds to bizarre claim that her nipples were insured for £2 million. Amanda Holden: My nipples aren't insured The Sex and the City actress says she will be taking "a lot of wine". Kim Cattrall signs up for Bake Off Sheridan Smith, Toby Jones and Graham Norton are also up for prizes this year. Ant & Dec, Happy Valley up for RTS Awards BBC One's live FA Cup football tops the ratings on Monday evening. Broadchurch dips to 5.6m on ITV The annual ceremony will be held at London's Landmark Hotel on April 24. Sam Smith, Katie Price up for LGBT Awards June Brown, Pam St Clement, Adam Woodyatt, Letitia Dean will chat to Graham Norton. Watch EastEnders cast on Graham Norton BBC's 60th Eurovision anniversary show will take place in London on March 31. More acts confirmed for Eurovision special Finland's Lordi will take to the stage to perform 2006's 'Hard Rock Hallelujah'. More acts added to BBC's Eurovision concert Conchita Wurst will perform at the event at the end of March. Eurovision: BBC confirm concert in London He says that he was "not expecting to win" Chat Show Host over Graham Norton. Alan Carr apologises for speech at NTAs