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New Graham Norton book to reveal even more about Cork childhood

Norton’s releasing a memoir about love.

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GRAHAM NORTON HAS written a new memoir on the theme of love.

The comedian and presenter – who was raised in Cork – will release the book entitled The Life and Loves of a He Devil this October.

The book promises to reveal “what and who he has loved – and sometimes lost – as a child, and his new loves and obsessions – big and small – as he’s grown older”.

Norton hails from Bandon in Cork, and he attended UCC before moving London to pursue an acting career.

He went on to appear in Father Ted and presented numerous chat shows; the most recent incarnation, the BBC’s hugely successful Graham Norton Show is currently on hiatus until 4 April.

Norton also hosts a radio show on BBC 2 during which he offers advice to listeners across a range of problems. It was recently revealed on the show that he’s a fan of the good old ‘Facebook stalk’ when he meets a potential new love interest.

The new book’s blurb reveals that:

From Dolly Parton to dogs and wine and Ireland, Graham tells his life and loves with characteristic humour and outrageous candour.

Norton’s last book So Me was released in 2004.

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