Kelsey Grammer stars in "Boss" on Starz, as Mayor Tom Kane, and also serves as a series executive producer.

Kelsey Grammer played the celebrated character "Dr. Frasier Crane" on three different television series ("Frasier," "Cheers" and "Wings") for 20 years, tying James Arness of "Gunsmoke" for the record of longest-running television character. Kelsey Grammer has won four Emmys, two Golden Globes and a Screen Actors Guild Award for the role, and has received an unparalleled total of 16 Emmy award nominations, eight Golden Globe award nominations and 16 Screen Actors Guild award nominations.

Kelsey Grammer began acting in plays at Pine Crest Preparatory School in Fort Lauderdale, where his teenage stage success inspired him to apply to Julliard, where he was accepted. Kelsey Grammer developed an interest in Shakespeare and began his professional acting career at the Old Globe Theatre in San Diego. Kelsey Grammer continued in regional theater, and finally made his way to New York with roles in the off-Broadway productions "Sunday in the Park with George," "A Month in the Country" and the Obie Award-winning "Quartermaine's Terms." He scored on Broadway in "Macbeth" and "Othello."

Before long Kelsey Grammer was cast in two TV miniseries, first as Stephen Smith in "Kennedy" (NBC, 1983), and next as Lieutenant Stewart in "George Washington" (CBS, 1984). Then, an initial guest-starring role as Dr. Frasier Crane on "Wings" developed into the cornerstone of the actor's career.

Fifteen years ago, Kelsey Grammer created Grammnet, a TV production company which has produced such hit television shows as the Emmy-winning "Medium" for NBC and "The Game" and "Girlfriends" for The CW. Other Grammnet producing credits include the NBC productions "The Innocent," "Kelsey Grammer Salutes Jack Benny," "Fired Up," "In Laws" and "Gary the Rat." For FOX, he starred in and produced "Kelsey Grammer Presents: The Sketch Show." Most recently Kelsey Grammer took on the roles of director and executive producer on the just-finished comedy pilot, "Alligator Point," for Lifetime Channel.

Kelsey Grammer has directed single episodes of "Everybody Hates Chris," "My Ex Life" and "Out of Practice." Kelsey Grammer has also directed several episodes of "Frasier," one of which earned him a DGA nomination.

Also accomplished as a voice-over artist, Kelsey Grammer plays the character Sideshow Bob on "The Simpsons," for which he won an Emmy in 2006. Kelsey Grammer has also lent his voice to the feature films "Toy Story 2," "Anastasia" and "Teacher's Pet," to the television series "Father of the Pride" and "Gary the Rat," and to the Emmy-nominated "Animal Farm" for TNT.

Grammer recently served as executive producer and starred as Hank Pryor on ABC's comedy, "Hank." Previously, Kelsey Grammer starred as Chuck Darling on FOX's comedy, "Back to You," for which he was also an executive producer.

Other acting credits for Kelsey Grammer include "I Don't Know How She Does It," opposite Sarah Jessica Parker, a remake of "Fame," in which he played the orchestra maestro at the prestigious New York City High School of Performing Arts, the comedy "Crazy on the Outside," the animated feature "Bunyan and Babe," an independent film based on the popular American folktale of the same name, Vivendi Universal's "An American Carol," Disney's "Swing Vote," FOX's blockbuster hit "X-Men: The Last Stand," in which he played Dr. Henry McCoy, also known as Beast, "A Christmas Carol" for NBC, "Benedict Arnold: A Question of Honor," for A&E, "Mr. St. Nick" for ABC's Hallmark Hall of Fame, "Fifteen Minutes" for New Line Cinema, "Down Periscope" for 20th Century Fox and "Even Money" for Yari Film Group.

Kelsey Grammer returned to the stage and received critical acclaim as Professor Higgins in "My Fair Lady." Kelsey Grammer also performed the title role in "Richard II" and Lucio in "Measure for Measure" at the Mark Taper Forum in Los Angeles.

Born in St. Thomas in the U.S. Virgin Islands, Kelsey Grammer was raised in New Jersey and Ft. Lauderdale, Florida. Kelsey Grammer lives in the Los Angeles area with his wife, Camille, and their two children, Mason and Jude.

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Age: 62 years old
Birthday: February 21, 1955
Height: 6' 1"
Full Name / Real Name: Allen Kelsey Grammer
Birthplace: St. Thomas, U.S. Virgin Islands
Hometown: Ft. Lauderdale, FL and New Jersey
Current Residence: Los Angeles, CA
Wife: Kayte Walsh (2/25/2011)
Camille Grammer (8/2/1997 - 2/10/2011, divorced, 2 children)
Leigh-Anne Csuhany (9/11/1992 - 1993, divorced)
Doreen Alderman (5/30/1982 - 1990, divorced)

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stacey says:
Thank Kelsey Grammer for bring back the game we live this show and THANK YOU from THE BOTTOM of MY HEART
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