Steven Grammer

Steven Grammer

Steven Grammer is an esteemed singer and actor who has appeared in countless television shows and films as well as theater productions, winning several awards for his acting.

Personal Life. He married flight attendant Kayte Walsh and is the proud parent of one son together. In his free time he enjoys exploring nature and watching sports.

Early Life and Education

Steven Grammer hails from the US Virgin Islands and spent much of his childhood between New Jersey and Florida. After receiving his undergraduate degree at Excelsior College in Albany, NY and later his doctorate from Palmer College of Chiropractic he went on to specialize in numerous upper cervical techniques such as NUCCA, Orthospinology and Grostic Techniques.

He played basketball and baseball during his childhood and also served as a high school coach and taught English and history classes, taking three teams to state championship victories between 1975, 1979 and 1981.

Grammer was drawn to theater, and after graduating high school he studied acting at the Juilliard School for two years before joining Old Globe Theatre in San Diego for three more. There, Grammer recognized that Shakespeare was an incredible playwright because of his ability to capture emotion with language.

Professional Career

Steven has performed on some of the world’s most esteemed stages, such as Davies Symphony Hall, Hollywood Bowl, Dorothy Chandler Pavilion and Orange County Performing Arts Center. He has collaborated with such legendary composers and artists as Hans Zimmer, Danny Elfman, Alan Silvestri Thomas Newman and Bear McCreary to name just a few.

He has voiced numerous animated film roles, such as Gary the Rat in Spike TV series Gary the Rat and Snowball from George Orwell’s Animal Farm film version in 1999. Additionally he provided narration for 1995 Disney cartoon movie Anastasia as well as providing Professor Hoggins voice-over in Disney/Pixar animations Toy Story 2 and Teacher’s Pet.

Following Frasier’s cancellation in 2004, Grammer made headlines as an authoritative Chicago mayor in Boss, earning him a Golden Globe nod. Later he would make an appearance in Back to You before producing UPN’s Girlfriends through Grammnet Prods.

Achievement and Honors

Grammer became a household name following his success with Cheers and its spin-off Frasier, while tabloids poured over his personal life which included three failed marriages and one miscarriage.

Frasier was honored to receive both the Viewers for Quality Television Q Award and Grammer earned an Emmy nomination. Frasier would go on to be nominated again in 1998 and 2000.

He voiced Sideshow Bob for The Simpsons and Vladimir “Vlad” Vasillovich for 20th Century Fox’s animated feature Anastasia, as well as performing all over the globe.

His credits include recordings with internationally-recognized musicians such as Hans Zimmer, Danny Elfman, Alan Silvestri, Thomas Newman, Bear McCreary and Michael Giacchino. Furthermore, he has conducted concerts at iconic venues like Davies Symphony Hall, Hollywood Bowl and Orange County Performing Arts Center.

Personal Life

Grammer, best known for his roles on Cheers and its spin-off Frasier, has appeared in other notable series such as Another World, One Life to Live and Guiding Light – in addition to appearing in Kennedy as well.

Grammer went on to train at Juilliard before embarking on his acting career and making his Broadway debut. He debuted as Lennox in an 1981 production of Macbeth and appeared alongside James Earl Jones and Christopher Plummer as Cassio in Othello: the Broadway Revival on Broadway.

He first made his mark on TV as part of the short-lived CBS series Boss before moving back into sitcom television with Partners with Martin Lawrence. Additionally, he voiced characters for animated movies and TV shows like Disney/Pixar film Runaway Brain as well as Stinky Pete from Toy Story 2. Additionally, in 2013 his book Fragile Is the Grave was published; currently, he lives with his wife and six children in Colorado Springs.

Net Worth

Kelsey Grammer stands alone when it comes to television earnings; he has amassed millions per episode, surpassing Charlie Sheen and Ray Romano’s earnings in this arena.

Over two decades, during his two-decade run as psychiatrist Dr Fraiser Crane on the hit series Frasier, actor Chris Plummer earned an astonishing $1.6 million per episode! Additionally, Christopher also enjoyed success on Broadway where he appeared alongside James Earl Jones and Christopher Plummer.

Privately, he has been married four times. He has two daughters and three sons from his first three marriages. Kayte Walsh is currently his fourth wife; their daughter Spencer is well known as an actress in TV and film; she voiced Summer in Rick and Morty as well as Casey on comedy series Greek.

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