Latest Kelsey Grammer Stories

2009-08-09 13:10:35

U.S. actor Kelsey Grammer says the cancellation of his TV series Back to You by Fox may have contributed to his ensuing heart attack. Grammer, 54, said at a news conference Saturday that after Fox canceled his sitcom Back in 2008, he suffered a heart attack that doctors attributed to stress in his life, the Los Angeles Times reported. There's obviously some connection to one's life and the stress that takes place in one's life, Grammer said. When they examined my arteries, there was no...

2009-07-28 10:00:04

A man convicted of killing actor Kelsey Grammer's sister in 1975 has been denied his bid for parole, said officials in Colorado Springs, Colo. The former Frasier and Cheers star was expected to argue against Freddie Glenn's release at his parole hearing Monday, however, the actor missed his flight and was not able to attend. Karen Grammer, 18, was abducted outside the Colorado Springs Red Lobster where she worked by three men after a botched attempt to rob the restaurant. She was blindfolded...

2009-07-27 11:33:32

A man convicted of raping and killing the sister of actor Kelsey Grammer 34 years ago is up for parole, officials in Colorado said. The former Frasier and Cheers star was expected to argue against Freddie Glenn's release at his parole hearing Monday at the Limon Correctional Facility. However, the actor missed his flight and will not be able to attend, The Denver Post reported. The newspaper did not say from where Grammer intended to fly. Karen Grammer, 18, was abducted outside the Colorado...

2009-05-08 10:22:59

MGM says it has picked up the North American distribution rights to Bunyan & Babe, an animated film featuring the voices of John Goodman and Kelsey Grammer. The movie from Exodus Film Group is a contemporary retelling of the classic U.S. folk tale about lumberjack Paul Bunyan and his big blue ox, Babe, The Hollywood Reporter said. Goodman, who is perhaps best known for his work on TV's Roseanne, lent his voice to the big blue monster character of Sully in the Disney/Pixar movie Monsters...

2008-12-01 02:01:00

LOS ANGELES, Dec. 1 /PRNewswire/ -- Lakeshore Entertainment and Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer (MGM) Pictures have revealed the teaching staff for FAME, a reinvention of the Oscar(R)-winning film to be directed by Kevin Tancharoen. Megan Mullally, Kelsey Grammer, Charles S. Dutton, Bebe Neuwirth and Debbie Allen will appear as instructors and supervisors at the prestigious New York City High School of Performing Arts. The joint announcement was made today by producer Tom Rosenberg, chairman & CEO...

2008-12-01 09:13:16

Megan Mullally, Kelsey Grammer and Bebe Neuwirth have signed on to play faculty in the upcoming remake of the New York-set film Fame, producers said. Mullally is best known for her work on TV's Will & Grace. Grammer and Neuwirth played married psychiatrists Frasier and Lilith Crane in the sit-com Cheers. Debbie Allen, who starred as dance teacher Lydia Grant in the 1980 original, as well as in the subsequent series of the same name, has also joined the cast of the remake as Principal...

2008-10-06 09:00:30

By Roger Moore The Orlando Sentinel AN AMERICAN CAROL -- * -- Kevin Farley, Kelsey Grammer, Leslie Nielsen; rated PG-13 (vulgarity, violence, profanity, brief drugs) One hundred sixty-five years after Charles Dickens called for civic reform, compassion, humanity and charity to be watchwords in human life with "A Christmas Carol," Hollywood's most rabid conservatives have rallied to make "An American Carol," a comedy that equates dissent with "treason," that presents Bill O'Reilly as a...

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This word was invented in 1926 by H.P. Lovecraft for his short story, 'The Call of Cthulhu.' 'Cthulhu' may be based on the word 'chthonic,' which in Greek mythology refers to the underworld.