Graham Norton, 56, reveals that he was STABBED and left behind as a drama student in the 1980s after a violent robbery
Graham Norton has revealed that he was stabbed and left for dead after a violent attack in 1989.
The chat show host, 56, told The mirror that he received a close call after being attacked as a young drama student, after he had previously said that it would touch & go & # 39; was whether he would survive after losing more than half of his blood.
Graham also reflected on the recent epidemic of crime that has hit the country, saying that "everyone is the victim" in one way or another & # 39; from such a & # 39; n dark attack.
Shocking: Graham Norton has revealed that he was stabbed and left for dead after a violent attack in the 1980s (pictured earlier this month)
Graham explained that he was attacked twice by someone with a knife while still in drama school years before he became a national star with his role in Father Ted.
He said: & # 39; They are not activating anything now. I did have someone who pulled me a knife a few years after the first stabbing, but there were people nearby and it was fine, it was a club outside.
& # 39; Someone wanted money and had a knife. And what is so sad about knife crime now is that everyone is ultimately a victim.
"Because people lose their lives and the children stab people, their lives are destroyed for nothing, for this stupid thing because they couldn't keep their heads shut."
Graham had previously revealed that he had been stabbed in one piece The Telegraph in 2010, when he wrote: & # 39; In 1989, I was robbed, beaten and stabbed by a group of boys who left me to die.
& # 39; To make matters worse, I not only lost half my blood, but I also lost my boyfriend: he dumped me the next day, which wasn't the most tactful part of timing. & # 39;
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