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Birthday: February 21, 1955
Place: St. Thomas, U.S. Virgin Islands
Height: 6' 1"
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| For better or worse, leading actor Kelsey Grammer's name will probably forever be associated with the pompous, garrulous, and self-absorbed but lovable psychiatrist Frasier Crane, a character Grammer has played on television since he first appeared on the NBC sitcom Cheers, in 1984, as a love interest for Shelley Long. Though Frasier was not intended to become a series regular, Grammer's performance of the blowhard neurotic charmed audiences and he remained with Cheers through its 1993 demise. At the beginning of the 1993-1994 television season, Grammer's character was resurrected in his own show and moved from Boston to Seattle, where he became a radio psychologist and faced a whole slew of folks just waiting to poke metaphorical pins in his hot air balloon. Thanks to excellent performances and top-notch writing, Frasier became as big a hit as its predecessor. Grammer won three Emmy awards and has been nominated for an unprecedented seven more (twice for Cheers, once for his guest appearance on a 1992 episode of Wings, four times for Frasier). Born on St. Thomas, one of the U.S. Virgin Islands, Grammer knew extreme tragedy in youth. Following the shooting death of his father when he was a boy, he was raised in New Jersey and then Florida, by his mother and grandfather. His grandfather died before Grammer became a teen. When he was 20, his sister was abducted and violently murdered. Five years later, he lost two half brothers in a diving accident. As a young man, Grammer found comfort in Shakespeare; with his acting debut in a high school production of The Little Foxes came an interest in pursuing drama as a career. He enrolled in Juilliard, but dropped out after two years to work at San Diego's Old Globe Theater, where he gained three years' invaluable experience performing in Shakespearean and classical dramas; afterward, Grammer performed in productions across the country. He eventually made it to Broadway, where he appeared in various productions, including Othello. Prior to playing Frasier, Grammer appeared occasionally on television and had regular roles in three soap operas, including One Life to Live. He continues to occasionally guest star on other series. Fans of the animated satire The Simpsons will recognize his periodic voice characterization as the venomous Sideshow Bob. Miniseries and telemovies in which he has appeared include London Suite and Beyond Suspicion. Grammer made his feature film debut with a small role in Top of the Hill (1989) and had his first starring role in the much-panned comedy Down Periscope (1996). In addition to his Emmy kudos, Grammer has received an American Comedy Award, two Golden Globes, and a People's Choice Award. In 1995, he published his autobiography So Far.
- He has filed a lawsuit against Hamptons real estate broker Bettie Wysor of Dunemere Real Estate who put him and his wife next door to a construction site. The couple rented a mansion next door to advertising executive Jay Chiat in the summer of 1998. Kelsey was uninformed of Chiat's extensive renovation, and is suing Wyson for 0,000 for failing to warn him but Wysor says that work on Chiat's house was finished by the time the Grammers moved in. She claims the couple only used their place for three of the four weeks they'd rented it for, and never complained to her about anything. [May 2000]
- Spent a couple of weeks in the Betty Ford clinic for substance abuse. [October 1996]
- His favorite episode of "Cheers" (1982) was "Dinner at Eightish."
- Served 30 days in jail for violating probation on D.U.I. 
- His father was murdered in the Virgin Islands; his sister was murdered after leaving a Red Lobster in Colorado Springs, Colorado, and his brother was killed in a shark attack.
- Signed a new 2 season deal for "Frasier" (1993). He will be getting about £1.1 million per episode. This makes him the highest paid TV star ever. 
- Is the only actor to be nominated for an Emmy for three TV shows, all for the same character (Frasier Crane in "Cheers" (1982), "Frasier" (1993) and a guest appearance on "Wings" (1990)).
- His daughter, Spencer, was on the "One Hugs, The Other Doesn't" episode of "Cheers" (1982).
- Had to have his appendix removed, only a few weeks after his Toy Story 2 (1999) co-star, Tim Allen, also had to have his appendix removed. Expected to make full recovery. [October 1999]
- Wife Camille Grammer appeared on his sitcom "Frasier" (1993), in the episode "Frasier: Halloween (#5.3)" (1997).
- He filed suit against his former talent agency, Artists Agency, in order to recover .8 million in commissions. The current lawsuit comes on the heels of a Screen Actors Guild arbitration that has ordered him to pay the agency commissions withheld since 1998. Artists Agency is claiming that it has a right to claim ongoing profit participation in "Frasier" (1993), which means several million dollars in commissions with the show in syndication. He is charging that Artists Agency, which has represented him since the '80s, didn't win him the role of Frasier Crane on either "Cheers" (1982) or "Frasier" (1993). In 1996, He switched agencies but continued to play commission up to 1998, after which Artist Agency began arbitration. The arbitrator's ruling, which was handed down August 4 2000, upholds a renewal agreement he says he was forced into signing and orders him to pay withheld commissions. [August 2000]
- Daughter, Mason Olivia Grammer, was delivered by a surrogate mother October 24, 2001 in Los Angeles and weighed in at 8 pounds, 5 ounces.
- Daughter, Spencer Grammer, was born in 1985, with Doreen Alderman.
- Daughter, Greer, born 1992, with Barrie Buckner.
- Provided the voice of the Narrator for the Guthrie Theatre production of "Christmas Carol" in 2000
- When series production of "Frasier" (1993) ended, Kelsey Grammer tied the record for longest role (Frasier Crane) portrayed by at single actor on prime-time television ("Cheers" (1982) and "Frasier" (1993)), at 20 years (1984-2004) Grammer is tied with James Arness for "Marshall Matt Dillon" on "Gunsmoke" (1955) (1955-1975).
- On the Fox News debate show "Hannity & Colmes" (1996), he said that he would like to run for public office someday, perhaps U.S. Senator from California.
- In memory of his sister who was raped and murdered, he named his daughter Spencer Karen. (Karen was his sister's first name)
- Attended high school at Pine Crest School in Fort Lauderdale, Florida, one of the most prestigious high schools in the country.
- Began his acting career at the Guthrie Theatre in Minneapolis.
- Son, Jude Gordon Grammer (b. 28 August 2004) in Sacramento, California, via surrogate birth.
- His son was named after his maternal grandfather, Gordon Cranmer, who helped raise him and his sister. He passed away when Kelsey was 11.
- Has his own production company, Grammnet Productions, which has a distribution deal with Paramount Pictures. They are behind the UPN hit, Girlfriends, of which Grammer is an executive producer, and his new comedy show on Fox-TV, debuting in March 2005.
- Has appeared in episodes of three different series with Ted Danson: "Cheers" (1982), "Frasier" (1993) and "Becker" (1998).
- On one episode of "The Simpsons" (1989), while he portrayed the recurring character "Sideshow Bob", David Hyde Pierce supplied the voice of Kelsey's brother, mimicking the relationship between the two on "Frasier" (1993).
- Took the role of Henry "Hank" McCoy/The Beast in X-Men: The Last Stand (2006), two years after his former TV brother, David Hyde Pierce, provided the uncredited voice of "Abe Sapien" in Hellboy (2004).
- When the producers of "Frasier" (1993) asked him about approaching Bebe Neuwirth about re-playing her character on "Frasier" (1993) as a regular, he said no. He claimed it was because "For this spin-off to work, Fraiser would have to be the only old, familiar thing there. Everything else would have to be brand-new".
- Appears as "Beast" in X-Men: The Last Stand (2006). George Buza, who was the voice of "Beast" in the animated television series, played a truck driver in the first X-Men (2000) film. Steve Bacic played a "Dr. Hank McCoy" in X2 (2003).
- Has entertained the notion that he might involve himself in politics, and discussed running for political office during an interview on the Sean Hannity Radio Show (2005).
- As the character Sideshow Bob he provided the first ever guest voice on
- Was the original voice for the Geico Gecko.
- A fictional place called "Kelsey Grammar School" in the comedy 'Little Britain' is named after him.
- Leigh McCloskey's roommate and Julliard classmate in New York City during the mid-1970s.
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