When you’re a part of two of the most successful sitcoms ever, you’re bound to be living comfortably, and Kelsey Grammer knows all about that. Why is that? Well, he has quite the nice bank account!
The 64-year-old is best known for starring as Frasier Crane on Cheers and on its spin-off, Frasier — two shows that reeled in a lot of cash for NBC and for the star. How much? According to Celebrity Worth, as of 2019 the actor is valued at $60 million. That alone should tell you that the Golden Globes winner is making a nice bit of change off syndication alone. However, Kelsey hasn’t just remained on TV throughout his career.
While there are talks of Frasier returning to grace our small screens, Kelsey has used his free time to star in some pretty big films including Transformers: Age of Extinction. The Proven Innocent alum has also lent his voice to various animated shows, most notably, The Simpsons, where he plays Sideshow Bob, the villain with a sense of musical flair.
Before making it big, Kelsey attended the famed acting school Juilliard, before entering a three-year internship with the Old Globe Theatre in San Diego. He was a stage actor first, and then proceeded to start his TV career in the early ’80s playing Stephen Smith in the 1983 mini-series, Kennedy.
The world took notice of Kelsey’s talent the following year, as he snagged a role on Cheers — a character that would change his career and life forever.
Kelsey has been married four times, most recently with his current wife, Kayte Walsh. They have three children together — Faith,6, little Kelsey, 4, and Auden, 2.
Kelsey also has daughter Spencer, 35, with his first wife, Doreen Alderman. Another daughter named Greer, 27, with ex Barrie Buckner, and two more kids, Mason, 17, and Jude, 14, with his third wife Camille Grammer.
The Hollywood star has quite the big family, but he also has the means to take care of them thanks to all his success. Good going!