Skip to content
Home » Graham Norton Reportedly Considering Drastic Career Change

Graham Norton Reportedly Considering Drastic Career Change

Graham Norton is reportedly set to make a dramatic career change away from the red sofa.

The beloved Irishman has a popular talk show on the BBC which airs every Friday during its two seasons a year.

Graham will reportedly go behind the camera as part of a new venture following his departure from Virgin Radio.

Norton’s company So Television will team up with Tiger Mountain production to produce the flick with Bridget Jones’ helmsman, Dan Mazer.

Judi Dench was on Graham Norton last night to push her new book about her life and work with Shakespeare. After making the point we quote Shakespeare daily without knowing it, this happened:

— Justin Sherin (@wychstreet) October 27, 2023 It has been reported shooting is due to commence towards the end of the year. An insider told The Mirror: “The film has been financed by Sky and will be shot in Ireland in July and August. It has not been an easy road to get to this point, and the team at So, who are learning as they go, have found getting movies made is much harder than they expected.

“But this is a really exciting project and everyone has high hopes for it now the ball is really rolling.

“Talks are ongoing with some high-profile actors who would really make the script come alive.” It comes after his departure from his Virgin Radio programme after 13 years.

Recommended reading:

The Graham Norton Show: Insider shares wildest guest demands

Graham Norton confirms Virgin Radio weekend show departure

Clive Myrie ‘shaken’ after death threats detailed type of bullet ‘to kill me’

Graham added: “I’ve had a brilliant time here with Maria, Show Chef Martha along with my guests and the rest of the team on the Graham Norton Radio Show with Waitrose, but I am looking forward to having my weekends off for the first time in 13 years!”

He went on: “It’s certainly not a goodbye, I’ll still be popping up here from time to time on Virgin Radio, and I’m looking forward to returning when I do.” T

The TV star was replaced by Angela Scanlon, the BBC Strictly Come Dancing star, after his exit.