Graham Norton: I was going to become a dad, but I’ve left it too late now
Comedian and presenter Graham Norton has reflected on not having become a father, saying he considered it but that he thinks he has left it too late now.
In an interview with The Mirror, 50-year-old Norton said: “I did consider becoming a dad at one time, but I think I’ve left it a bit late. I’m a bit long in the tooth now. My dogs are my kids.”
On his upcoming autobiography, ‘The Loves and LIves of a He-devil’, he said: “It is going to be about things I really like. So there will be chapters on booze, my dogs, New York, divas and TV.”
Norton recently slammed Irish broadcaster RTE for paying €85,000 in damages to a Catholic anti-gay marriage group.
“I’m not registered to vote in Ireland but I do pay the licence fee there and I’m fucking furious that some of my money has gone to these idiots,” he said. “RTE settling wasn’t gutless, it was absolutely moronic!”