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[on playing Dr. Frasier Crane in Cheers
(1982) and his own spin-off, Frasier
(1993)] The golden key. [laughs] When I first came onto Cheers, it was originally only going to be for seven shows. Apparently, I was funny enough to keep around. They said that to me quite openly. "He's funny enough to keep around. He makes things funny that we didn't think were funny, and that's an asset to the show." ...
Signed a new second season deal for Frasier
(1993). He will be getting about £1.1 million per episode. This makes him the highest paid television star ever.
Frequently portrays characters with pompous and/or pretentious tendencies