Make sure your tweets have correct spelling and use the English language properly. If not, you may be hearing from actor Kelsey Grammer. The former Frasier star (who can now be seen in Transformers: Age of Extinction) has taken it upon himself to right the wrongs that so many commit in their 140-character missives, using the hashtag #KelseyGrammerGrammar.
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Kelsey Grammer has joined the cast of Expendables 3. According to Deadline, the sitcom star will perform the role originally planned for Nicolas Cage: the former mercenary Bonaparte, who helps
September 25, 2013
Kelsey Grammer, best known for his lead role on the long-running ’90s sitcom Frasier, will be joining the super macho cast of The Expendables 3, according to Deadline.
Grammer is near a deal to play the role of Bonaparte, an ex-mercenary who helps the Expendables in their mission. While Grammer was long identified for playing the mild-mannered shrink-turned-radio host Dr. Frasier...
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After winning two Golden Globes for his comedic work on "Frasier," Kelsey Grammer picked up his first Golden Globe for a dramatic turn -- in Starz's series "Boss." And Showtime's freshman series "Homeland" picked up its first TV series drama award.