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Emmy Award® winner KELSEY GRAMMER (President Andrew Boone) has played the celebrated character Dr. Frasier Crane on three different television series ("Frasier,” "Cheers” and "Wings”) over a span of 20 years, tying James Arness of "Gunsmoke” for the record of longest-running television character. Grammer has won four Emmy Awards, two Golden Globes® and a SAG Award® for the role and received an unparalleled total of 16 Emmy nominations, eight Golden Globe nominations and 16 SAG nominations.

Grammer has recently wrapped production on David Zucker's film, "An American Carol.” The movie is a political satire loosely based on an updated version of "A Christmas Carol.” His upcoming projects include the comedy, "Crazy on the Outside,” co-starring with Tim Allen, Sigourney Weaver and Ray Liotta. In 2006, he starred in the blockbuster hit "X-Men: The Last Stand.” He played one of Marvel Comics' most beloved characters, Dr. Henry McCoy, also known as Beast.

As the voice of the character Sideshow Bob on "The Simpsons,” Grammer won an Emmy® in 2006. He 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.

In the fall of 2007, Grammer starred in Fox's "Back to You.” His acting credits also include "A Christmas Carol” for NBC, "Benedict Arnold” 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.

Grammer's Fox-based production company Grammnet has produced hit television projects for nearly 15 years. Currently in production is the Emmy Award®–winning "Medium,” for NBC, and "Girlfriends” and "The Game” for CW. Other producing credits include the NBC productions "The Innocent,” "Kelsey Grammer Salutes Jack Benny,” "Fired Up” and "In Laws.” For PAX, he produced "World Cup Comedy.” For Fox, he starred in and produced "Kelsey Grammer Presents: The Sketch Show.” In addition to producing, Grammer has directed several episodes of "Frasier,” one of which earned him a DGA nomination.

Grammer studied at the Juilliard School, then did a three-year stint at the Old Globe Theatre in San Diego, performing Shakespeare and Shaw. In 2007, he returned to the stage to play Professor Higgins in "My Fair Lady,” for which he received critical acclaim. His other Broadway credits include "Macbeth” and "Othello.” He also performed the title role in "Richard II” and Lucio in "Measure for Measure” at the Mark Taper Forum in Los Angeles.

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