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Graham Norton

Graham is one of the best known presenters on British Television. His Channel 4 chat shows So Graham Norton and V Graham Norton became some of the channel's highest rated shows and picked up nearly every award going, including 4 BAFTAs. Graham then moved to the BBC where he has had a string of successful series including Strictly Dance Fever, How Do You Solve a Problem Like Maria, Any Dream Will Do and I'd Do Anything. In 2009 he took over presenting the UK coverage for The Eurovision Song Contest.

He has also finished a 4 month run in the West End production of La Cage Aux Folles playing the flamboyant Albin. The Graham Norton Show airs in the prodigious Friday night slot on BBC One and he is currently hosting his own Saturday morning show on Radio 2.

Awards
Best Comedy Entertainment Programme - The Graham Norton Show - BAFTA, 2015
Best Entertainment Programme - The Graham Norton Show - Royal Television society Awards, 2015
Best Comedy Entertainment Programme - The Graham Norton Show - British Comedy Awards, 2014
Best Comedy Entertainment Personality - British Comedy Awards, 2014
Best Panel, Quiz or Chat Show - The Graham Norton Show - Televisual Bulldog Awards 2014
Best Entertainment Programme - The Graham Norton Show - BAFTA, 2013
Best Comedy Entertainment Programme - The Graham Norton Show - British Comedy Awards, 2013
Best Panel, Quiz or Chat Show - The Graham Norton Show - Televisual Bulldog Awards 2013 
Best Entertainment Performance - The Graham Norton Show - BAFTA 2011, 2012
Best British TV Entertainment Show - The Graham Norton Show - Comedy.co.uk Awards 2011, 2012
Best Talk Show-Nomination - The Graham Norton Show - National Television Awards 2012
Best Entertainment Personality - The Graham Norton Show - British Comedy Awards 2011
Best Entertainment Programme for Maria - Broadcast Awards 2007
Best Entertainment Performance - BAFTA 2002, 2001, 2000
Best Talk Show - National Television Awards 2002
Best Light Entertainment Programme - Broadcast Award 2002
Best Entertainment Comedy Prog. - British Comedy Awards 2002, 2001
Best TV Comedy Personality - British Comedy Awards 2002, 2000
International Emmy - Popular Arts Category 2001
Best Entertainment Show - TV Quick Awards 2002, 2001
Best Entertainment Programme - BAFTA 2001
Best TV Performer in a Non-Acting Role - Broadcasting Press Guild 2000
Best TV Presenter - Television and Radio Industries Club 2000
Best Presenter - Royal Television Society Awards 2000
Variety Club Television Personality of the Year 2000
Rear of the Year Award - 2000
Gay Entertainer of the Year - Gaytime Awards 1999
Best Talk Show - British Comedy Awards 1999
Best Newcomer - British Comedy Awards 1997
Perrier Award - Edinburgh Festival - Nominated

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