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  • Frasier Crane
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  • Dr. Frasier Winslow Crane, M.D., Ph.D., A.P.A p is one of the primary customers who attends Cheers starting in season three, portrayed by Kelsey Grammer. For a living, Frasier is a psychiatrist and a father to Frederick Crane. Frasier originally started attending Cheers as Sam's psychiatrist and Diane's boyfriend. He would eventually become engaged to Diane Chambers at the end of season three, but she would leave him at the altar. He then would go onto marry Lilith Sternin, a fellow psychiatrist, although they divorced shortly after the end of Cheers. After the finale of Cheers, he moved to Seattle and became a radio psychiatrist. For additional info on Frasier's post-Cheers adventures, please see Frasier's article on the Frasier Wiki.
  • In "Peter, Peter, Caviar Eater", Brian Griffin forces his owner, Peter, to watch an episode of Frasier in an attempt to teach him how to act with class. Dr. Crane also appears when Peter watches Cheers in "Road to Rupert", with Peter trying to join in as a character. Niles and Frasier appear when Peter doubts Meg's claim of modeling in "This Little Piggy", claiming that her only chance of fame would have been as the dog on Frasier.
  • Dr Frasier Crane is a psychiatrist from Seattle who hosts The Dr. Frasier Crane Show for a local radio station. In the show Cheers, he was one of the bar regulars and was at one point engaged to Diane. In his own spinoff show, he lives with his father Martin and their dog Eddie. They are frequently visited by his brother Niles, who also is a psychiatrist. When he's hosting his radio show, he talks to callers who have problems and tries to solve them.
  • Performer(s) Appeared in Frasier Winslow Crane, M.D., Ph.D., A.P.A., Ed.D. is a fictional character on the American television sitcoms Cheers and Frasier, portrayed by Kelsey Grammer. Grammer received award recognitions for portraying this character in three different NBC shows, including a one-time appearance on Wings.
  • After leaving Boston, Frasier returns home to Seattle, hoping to rebuild his life and recuperate from his disastrous divorce with Lillith Sternin. He starts a new job at KACL as an on-air psychiatrist who helps people through their troubled lives, quickly gains a friend in his producer, Roz Doyle and decides to renew his relationship with his brother, Niles. In the first episode, Frasier meets Niles in Café Nervosa, where they have a coffee and talk for a while. Niles is worried about Martin Crane, their father, who was recently shot in an attempted robbery and can no longer live on his own. Frasier reluctantly offers to take his father in in hopes of renewing their father-son relationship.
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Appear
  • "Christmas Cheers"
type of hero
  • Sophisticated Doctor
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Goals
  • Get Liliith to come back to him Start a new life in Seattle Begin a relationship with Charlotte
Origin
  • Cheers
Skills
  • High intelligence, expert in psychotherapy
Last
  • Goodnight, Seattle: Part 2
Actor
First
  • ''
  • Rebound: Part 1
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Romances
Alias
  • Frase, Doctor Crane, The Doc, Magic 8 Ball With a Harvard Degree, Fabio, Yum-Yum, Bad Boy, Old Man Crane, Alistair Mowbray, Flasier, Mister Fussy-Pants, Frasier Cranium, Doctor Strangelove, F-Man, Roger Hammerstein, Sparky, F Hockey, Fras-o, The People's Elixir
Hobby
  • Helping people solve there problems, drinking sherry with his brother Niles
AKA
  • Doc
  • Sparky
  • Fabio
  • Bad Boy
  • Yum-Yum
  • Doctor Crane
  • Alistair Mowbray
  • Crane the Brain
  • Doctor Strangelove
  • Dr. Frasier Crane M.D., Ph.D., A.P.A.
  • F Hockey
  • F-Man
  • Fras-o
  • Frase
  • Frasier Cranium
  • Magic 8 Ball With a Harvard Degree
  • Mister Fussy-Pants
  • Old Man Crane
  • The People's Elixir
Birthday
  • 1953-03-07
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Occupation
  • Psychiatrist
  • Radio psychiatrist at KACL
Family
  • *David Crane
  • *Frederick Crane
  • *Martin Crane
  • *Niles Crane
  • *Walt Crane
  • *Hester Crane
  • *Lilith Sternin
  • *Ronee Lawrence Crane
  • *Zora Crane
  • *Maris Crane
  • *Daphne Crane
  • *Mel Karnofsky
  • *Nanette Guzman
Fullname
  • Frasier Crane
Friends
Born
  • Frasier Winslow Crane
Size
  • 270
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  • Dr. Frasier Winslow Crane, M.D., Ph.D., A.P.A p is one of the primary customers who attends Cheers starting in season three, portrayed by Kelsey Grammer. For a living, Frasier is a psychiatrist and a father to Frederick Crane. Frasier originally started attending Cheers as Sam's psychiatrist and Diane's boyfriend. He would eventually become engaged to Diane Chambers at the end of season three, but she would leave him at the altar. He then would go onto marry Lilith Sternin, a fellow psychiatrist, although they divorced shortly after the end of Cheers. After the finale of Cheers, he moved to Seattle and became a radio psychiatrist. For additional info on Frasier's post-Cheers adventures, please see Frasier's article on the Frasier Wiki.
  • After leaving Boston, Frasier returns home to Seattle, hoping to rebuild his life and recuperate from his disastrous divorce with Lillith Sternin. He starts a new job at KACL as an on-air psychiatrist who helps people through their troubled lives, quickly gains a friend in his producer, Roz Doyle and decides to renew his relationship with his brother, Niles. In the first episode, Frasier meets Niles in Café Nervosa, where they have a coffee and talk for a while. Niles is worried about Martin Crane, their father, who was recently shot in an attempted robbery and can no longer live on his own. Frasier reluctantly offers to take his father in in hopes of renewing their father-son relationship. When Martin moves in with Frasier, he brings his signature split-pea chair and his dog. The chair is emotionally significant to Martin, a reminder of happier times, and it serves as a fixture in the plot throughout the series (The Good Son (Pilot)). In a later episode, Frasier destroys the chair by allowing it to catch fire and accidentally knocking it off of the balcony. In addition to his chair, Martin's other sentimental attachment is to Eddie, his dog (The Good Son (Pilot)). Eddie and Frasier do not get along, and their animosity for one another serves as the storyline for several subplots. During the course of the following years, Frasier's and Martin's relationship goes through a series of trials and tribulations. As Frasier rebuilds his life in Seattle, he also renews his relationship with his brother, Niles. They often spend time together, attending symphonies and operas, dining at the finest establishments, and frequenting art galleries and other soirees. In nearly every episode, the brothers are seen in Cafe Nervosa, their regular hangout. Over the years, Frasier has a variety trysts, flings, and other short-term relationships with women. In one episode, Lilith says he has a self-destructive streak concerning relationships ("Cheers: Severe Crane Damage"). Frasier's notable romantic relationships include Samantha, the lawyer; Faye, the pastry chef; Cassandra, a KACL co-worker; Julia, the financial analyst; Kate, the KACL station manager; Lana, a high school crush; Claire, a cello player; and Charlotte, the matchmaker. In the final episode, Frasier makes the decision to pursue Charlotte to Chicago and continue their relationship, perhaps giving up show-business altogether
  • In "Peter, Peter, Caviar Eater", Brian Griffin forces his owner, Peter, to watch an episode of Frasier in an attempt to teach him how to act with class. Dr. Crane also appears when Peter watches Cheers in "Road to Rupert", with Peter trying to join in as a character. Niles and Frasier appear when Peter doubts Meg's claim of modeling in "This Little Piggy", claiming that her only chance of fame would have been as the dog on Frasier.
  • Dr Frasier Crane is a psychiatrist from Seattle who hosts The Dr. Frasier Crane Show for a local radio station. In the show Cheers, he was one of the bar regulars and was at one point engaged to Diane. In his own spinoff show, he lives with his father Martin and their dog Eddie. They are frequently visited by his brother Niles, who also is a psychiatrist. When he's hosting his radio show, he talks to callers who have problems and tries to solve them.
  • Performer(s) Appeared in Frasier Winslow Crane, M.D., Ph.D., A.P.A., Ed.D. is a fictional character on the American television sitcoms Cheers and Frasier, portrayed by Kelsey Grammer. Grammer received award recognitions for portraying this character in three different NBC shows, including a one-time appearance on Wings. The character was written in 1984 as Diane Chambers's love interest, part of the "Sam and Diane" triangle. Intended to appear for only a few episodes, however, Grammer's performance for the role was praised by producers, prompting them to expand his role and to increase his prominence in Cheers. After Cheers ended, the character moved to his spin-off series Frasier, totalling his overall appearance into twenty years. In Cheers, he is married to Lilith Sternin (Bebe Neuwirth) with their son Frederick in Boston. When Frasier premiered, as learned, he moves back to his birthplace Seattle after his divorce from Lilith, who still retains child custody of Frederick in Boston. There, he reunites with his estranged father Martin and brother Niles, who were created at the time that the concept of the spin-off began. In his final episode, Frasier is last seen in an airplane landing in Chicago.
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