>play a super smart character on TV
>people meet you in real life and realize you are not a genius like the character you act as
>rumors start spreading about how you're a MORON and retard
JUST UNJUST MY JUST UP
Everything I've ever heard about him says that he's supposed to be an intellectual in real life too.
I'm guessing you're a salty libcuck who found out he's super Conservative. I bet you think James Woods is stupid too, huh?
>unless you count getting past the brutal murder of his sister and his later alcoholism/cocaine abuse
That's beyond JUST. It's amazing he had such a successful career after this. Men have been destroyed by much less.
ive went back and googled it
it was his father that was murdered too
>On April 25, 1968, a man named Arthur B. Niles set fire to Frank Grammer’s car outside the St. Thomas home he shared with his second wife, Elizabeth, and their four children (Betty, John, Billy and Stephen). When Frank Grammer went outside, Niles shot him twice
>a man named niles killed his father
>on June 1, 1980, both of Kelsey Grammer’s half brothers died unexpectedly. Stephen and Billy were scuba diving off of St. Thomas at the time. When Billy failed to resurface, Stephen went back in after him but died of a fatal embolism during an improper ascent that followed. Billy’s body was never recovered.
"I believe the gift of life and freedom he took from my sister precludes him from ever being allowed to enjoy that gift for himself," he explained to Vanity Fair. "He took her future from her with no regard for her whatsoever. He assumed he had a right to do so. He assumed she was his property, and that the precious gift God gave her was his to take."
"He would ooze into the studio, his life all out of sorts. Jimmy would say "Action," and he would snap into Frasier and expound in this very erudite dialogue and be pitch-perfect. And Jimmy would yell "Cut!" and he would ooze back into Kelsey—glazed-over eyes, half asleep, going through whatever he was going through. It was the most amazing transformation I'd ever seen."
This explains why Grammer is conservative. Grammer lives in perpetual fear and suffering. He is haunted by the past. Poor dude. He probably thinks everyone is out to get him too.
Doesn't work for everyone.
>walking on the beach
>still can't find peace
>so much death in your life
>WHY? WHY? WHY?
Keep drinking Kelsey, it will numb the pain.