Aug 20, 2012 11:38AM
His personal life has become too distracting for me to pay him any more attention. how many wives does he need to discard before he's satisfied? besides now he's essentially married to someone older than his own kids-GROSS!!!! Get off of the babysitter Kelsey!!!!
Aug 20, 2012 8:16AM
I liked Mr. Grammer better in Cheers! Now that was a show with synergy - one of the best casts in the history of comedy TV.
Aug 20, 2012 1:02PM
What are you guys writing? Truly an ACTOR. Not many persons are!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!
Aug 20, 2012 12:52PM
Well nwanla, I hope he is with someone older than his kids.... (better than someone younger than them, yes?) What's wrong with being married to someone younger anyway?
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Comedic TV actors who made the move to drama
By Mekeisha Madden Toby
Kelsey Grammer is very convincing as the corrupt, egomaniacal and terminally ill mayor of Chicago on Starz's gripping political drama "Boss." He is so compelling that it's hard to believe this is the guy who won Emmys and delighted viewers for 20 years as Frasier Crane, a pompous but kindhearted psychiatrist. Grammer has done the same for fans of "The Simpsons" as the voice of Sideshow Bob for more than a decade.
That's the beauty of TV. Classically trained actors such as Grammer, 57, can bounce between comical and breezy roles and those of a darker, more complicated nature with ease when the opportunity arises. "Boss" airs Fridays at 9 p.m. ET/PT on Starz.
Grammer, who really should've gotten an Emmy nomination for his role on "Boss," isn't the only actor to conquer both comedic and dramatic turns. Read on for more names and shows of note.
"Boss" airs Fridays at 9 p.m. ET/PT on Starz.