Central School of Speech and Drama
University College, Cork
Hosts BBC America game show, "Would You Rather…? With Graham Norton"
Sells his production company, So Television for 17 millon pounds
Takes over as presenter for the Eurovision Song Contest
Returns to talk format with "The Graham Norton Show"
Hosts "Strictly Dance Fever"
American TV debut with "The Graham Norton Effect"
Follow-up series, "V Graham Norton"
First talk show, "So Graham Norton"
Recurring role on "Father Ted"
Appears at the Edinburgh Fringe Festival
Made his London stage debut in a 2009 production of "La Cage aux folles."
Penned his autobiography, So Me (2004) , which was followed by 2010's Ask Graham Norton, a collection of his advice columns for the Daily Telegraph.