Actor/comedian Allen Kelsey Grammer is 6'1”. Grammer is most recognized for playing “Dr. Frasier Crane” on the long-running programs “Cheers” and “Frasier,” and he has also provided a voice for the long-running animated sitcom, “The Simpsons” as “Sideshow Bob.” Grammer has won 5 Emmy Awards over the course of his career, and he also experience in everything from being a producer to a voice actor. Grammer has seen his fair share of tragedy over the course of his life, starting with his father being shot dead in 1968. In 1975, his sister Karen was brutally murdered by the notorious spree killer, Freddie Glenn. Grammer's half-brothers were killed in a scuba diving accident in 1980, and his close friend and “Frasier” producer David Angell perished in the terrorist attacks that took place on 9/11. Frasier's television career started in the early '80s when he played “Stephen Smith” on the NBC network miniseries “Kennedy.” He got the role of “Dr. Frasier Crane” when a fellow Broadway star and former Juilliard classmate, actor Mandy Patinkin, suggested him for the role. In April of 2010, Grammer made his Broadway debut in “La Cage aux Folles” as “Georges.” He was nominated for a Tony Award for his performance. Grammer has a total of five children from four different marriages.