As the parent of seven, Kelsey Grammer has experienced quite a trip. The former Frasier star told PEOPLE at the Christopher & Dana Reeve Foundation Gala on Thursday night that his children are “a significant part” of his life right now. “I have multiple projects in progress at once.
The thought of acting as a magnet appeals to me. You can try both of them. It’s true that not all of our plans succeed “His words. He said, “Kids are a significant part of it now,” and he admitted that he was struggling with “some shortcomings” in his relationships with his older kids.
The 67-year-old actor is married to Kayte Walsh, with whom he shares the parenting of their children Auden, 5, Kelsey, 7, and Faith, 9. Both he and his ex-wife, Camille Grammer, are doting parents to their children, Mason Olivia, 21, and Jude Gordon, 18. And with ex-wife Doreen Alderman,
he has a 39-year-old son Spencer and a 30-year-old daughter Greer Grammer, who is an actress. “Now I’m attempting to smooth things over. His relationship with his elder children is something he is “trying to work out,” he tells PEOPLE, without elaborating on which ones.
He does, however, recall them as “wonderful people.” “the entirety of their existence. “They are lovely as well. I knew they were wonderful individuals even when they were young because of the memories I have of them. Therefore, their current difficulties cannot diminish that.
They haven’t come out yet “he went on to say Someone good must be inside. However, Kelsey Grammer claims that being a dad has “never been better.” “It’s the greatest experience in the world, the delight every day of being with my kids,” he continued.
An episode of The Talk from earlier this summer revealed that the actor is looking forward to reprising his legendary role in the upcoming Frasier revival headed to Paramount+, claiming that the script is “very nice.”
He told the show’s presenter Akbar Gbajabiamila, “We’re in the last phases of the final writing for the first episode of Frasier, and it looks quite nice. “I’ve read it twice and sobbed each time, so you know, I’m happy.”