Kelsey Grammer
Peri Gilpin is confirmed to be reprising her role of radio producer Roz Doyle for one episode of the upcoming reboot series.
Neuwirth won two Emmys for her performance as Lilith in "Frasier" parent show "Cheers."
Grammer says that "Frasier" stars David Hyde Pierce and Jane Leeves were "on the fence" about returning. "We couldn't quite make it all happen."
"Cheers" co-creator James Burrows is set to direct the first two episodes of the Paramount+ spin-off reboot.
Einhorn has continued acting since "Frasier" went off the air in 2004, including as a recurring character on "Mad Men."
Revisit "Frasier" with these 15 quintessential episodes before Kelsey Grammer returns to the role for a new iteration on Paramount+.
The series, which begins filming in February, was previously imagined as an opportunity to reunite the legacy cast. Grammer now says it's a chance to explore "an entirely new life" for "Cheers" icon Frasier Crane.
Kelsey Grammer stars as a pastor in the 1970s-set Lionsgate film.
Emmy winner Grammer will star in and executive-produce the series, written by "How I Met Your Mother" and "Life in Pieces" scribes.
Pierce won four Emmys for his role as Niles Crane, but the actor is not sure if he'll return for the upcoming revival.
Grammer has previously stated that he would only return to the character if the setup "really hits it out of the park."
TCA: The star also hints that a "Cheers" reboot has been discussed.
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