Frasier: Where are they now?

Published: 28 Aug 2015

It’s hard to believe that it has been 11 years since we said goodbye to Dr Frasier Crane and the “tossed salad and scrambled eggs” theme song. But what ever happened to the rest of the stars on the show?

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David Hyde Pierce AKA Niles Crane

The loveable younger brother to Frasier Crane, David made everyone’s day when his character finally got round to telling Daphne how he felt. Since those days in Boston, he has turned to Broadway with critical acclaim and most recently made a return to TV with a role in the legal drama, The Good Wife.

John Mahoney AKA Martin Crane

Along with dog Eddie, Martin Crane was part of one of the best double acts on television. Since Frasier, we sadly haven’t seen a lot of either of them. John is another Frasier star you could have caught in several Broadway productions and he also appeared in In Treatment season two.

Eddie AKA Moose

Arguably one of the most loveable characters on the show. The little Jack Russell terrier supposedly won the role after just six months of training and during the height of Frasier’s popularity, Moose received more fan mail than any of his human counterparts. He went into retirement after his time on the show and spent his remaining years in West Los Angeles with his trainer/owner Mathilde DeCagny.

Peri Gilpin AKA Roz

Along with her Frasier co-stars, Peri, who played Frasier’s unlucky in love producer, won a Screen Actors Guild Award for Outstanding Performance by an Ensemble in a Comedy Series in 1999. After Frasier ended, she and co-star Jane Leeves started a production company, Bristol Cities, and she’s also appeared in TV shows including Medium, Desperate Housewives, and Make It or Break It.

Jane Leeves AKA Daphne Moon

As kooky live-in physiotherapist Daphne Moon had many of the best lines of the show. Since Frasier Leeves’ career consists of a string of short appearances on shows and believed to have spent most of her time behind the camera producing television shows. She returned to acting in 2010 with a role in sitcom Hot in Cleveland.

 

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