Who is Kelsey Grammer

Kelsey Grammer

Kelsey Grammer

Name at birth

place of birth

St. Thomas
American Virgin Islands
Kelsey Grammer (* February 21, 1955 in St. Thomas, US Virgin Islands as Allen Kelsey Grammer 66 years old) is an American comedian, producer, singer, director, writer, and actor.

He played Captain Morgan Bateson in the Starship Enterprise: The Next Century-Episode Déjà-vu.

In this country he was mainly through his role as Doctor Frasier Crane in the TV series Cheers and their decoupling Frasier known. He also dubbed the highly intelligent serial killer Tingeltangel Bob in the original version of the series The simpsons.

In 1996 he impersonated in the film Mission: Free the pipe! Lieutenant Commander Thomas 'Tom' Dodge, the commander of the obsolete submarine Stingray.

In 2006 he was in X – Men - The last stand to be seen in the role of the mutant Beast.

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  • Cheers (1984-1993, as Doctor Frasier Crane, with Kirstie Alley, Bebe Neuwirth, Paul Willson, Keene Curtis, Derek McGrath, Kate Mulgrew, Joel Polis, Raye Birk, Catherine MacNeal, Alex Nevil, Georgia Brown, Peter Vogt, Vaughn Armstrong , Dietrich Bader, Hamilton Camp, Daniel Davis, Tom Troupe, Paddi Edwards, Stefan Gierasch, Willie Garson, Steve Vinovich, Brent Spiner, Jeff McCarthy, Henry Woronicz, Bruce Wright, David Froman, Sharon Lawrence, John Paragon, Bruce French, Robert O'Reilly, Jay Robinson, Ron Canada, Michael Keenan, Zachary Benjamin, Beth Toussaint, Erick Avari, Eric Menyuk, Peter Henry Schroeder, Jordan Lund, Amanda Carlin, Jennifer Gatti, George Hearn, Michael G. Hagerty, Edward Penn, Ken Magee, Stephen Rowe, Gordon Clapp, Dennis Cockrum, Mark Harelik, Josh Clark, Paul Eiding, Phil Morris, Time Winters, Christopher Darga, Michael Buchman Silver, Charles Esten, Deirdre L. Imershein, Tasia Valenza, John Fleck, Leland Orser, Mirron E. Willis, Stephen Parr, Kevin McDermott, Tory Christopher, Harley Venton, Jack Murdock, Rick Berman and Brandon Tartikoff)
  • Frasier (1993-2004, as Doctor Frasier Crane, among others with Dan Butler, Saul Rubinek, Bebe Neuwirth, René Auberjonois, Richard Poe, John Glover, John Rubinstein, Brian Cousins, W. Morgan Sheppard, Tom Troupe, Harris Yulin, Cindy Katz, Teri Hatcher, Fritz Weaver, Anthony Zerbe, Barbara Babcock, Daniel Davis, Patrick Stewart, David Ogden Stiers, John Vickery, James Greene, Mike Starr, Pamela Kosh, John Carroll Lynch, Todd Babcock, Miguel Perez, William O. Campbell, Natalija Nogulich, Joseph Will, Robert Picardo, Lamont D. Thompson, Timothy Carhart, Penny Johnson, Harve Presnell, Musetta Vander, Don McManus, Paul Kent, Scott MacDonald, Ken Magee, Beverly Leech, John Mahon, Peggy Miley, Tucker Smallwood, Kevin Brief, Michael Canavan, Regi Davis, Jay Karnes, David Burke, Ann Cusack, Caroline Lagerfelt, Brent Spiner, Stephen Root, Gina Ravarra, Wren T. Brown, Robert Miano, Vaughn Armstrong, Lisa Banes, Kay E. Kuter, Henry Woronicz , Cyndi Pass, Marcelo Tubert, Michael Welch, Wayne Grace, Francis Guinan, J . Paul Boehmer, Ron Canada, Rick Fitts, Jack Axelrod, Shannon Cochran, Dennis Cockrum, Rachael Harris, Holmes R. Osborne, Robert Towers, Alfre Woodard, Dietrich Bader, James Gleason, James Harper, Dan Kern, Dendrie Taylor, J.D. Cullum, Christopher Shea, Paul Willson, Annie Wersching, Gregory Wagrowski, Marco Rodríguez, Terri Garr, Richard Gilbert-Hill, Googy Gress, Michael Rothhaar, Raye Birk, Ian Patrick Williams, Sarah Silverman, Larry Cedar, Blake Lindsley, Alan Shearman, John Prosky, Morgan Nagler, Jordan Lund, Malcolm McDowell, Jack Donner, Steve Susskind, Nana Visitor, Deborah Lacey, Abdul Salaam El Razzac, Matt Huhn, Booth Colman, Kelli Kirkland, Tory Christopher, Lilyan Chauvin, Karen Hensel, Bill Blair, Edward Penn and Ed O'Ross)

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  • The simpsons (TV series 1990-2014, as Tingeltangel Bob, among others with Sarah Silverman)

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