The Frasier sequel has Anders Keith cast as Niles and Daphne’s son

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For those who have been wondering what the son of Daphne (played by Janes Leeves) and Niles (played by David Hyde Pierce) from the hit TV show Frasier would look like, the wait is over.

On Wednesday, Deadline announced that an actor has been cast as the lovebirds’ descendant in a sequel to the popular show, which aired from 1993 to 2004.

The lucky one is Anders Keith, who will play clumsy college student David Crane.

The kid is busy! For those who have been wondering what the child of Daphne (played by Janes Leeves) and Niles (played by David Hyde Pierce) from the hit TV show Frasier would look like, the wait is over. seen in 2004

The kid is busy! For those who have been wondering what the child of Daphne (played by Janes Leeves) and Niles (played by David Hyde Pierce) from the hit TV show Frasier would look like, the wait is over. seen in 2004

The boy: It was announced on Wednesday that Anders Keith has been cast as the lovebirds' descendant in a sequel to the popular show, which aired from 1993 to 2004

The boy: It was announced on Wednesday that Anders Keith has been cast as the lovebirds’ descendant in a sequel to the popular show, which aired from 1993 to 2004

This will be Keith’s first screen job as he is fresh out of Julliard and graduated in May 2022.

Also on Wednesday, it was announced that Jess Salgueiro has been cast as Eve, who is friends with Frasier’s son. Nicholas Lyndhurst and Jack Cutmore-Scott are already cast as Freddy von Frasier and Lilith’s son.

Kelsey stars in the sequel, but none of the other original cast members.

That means Leeves and Pierce won’t be on board, and neither will Peri Gilpin, who played Roz Doyle. John Mahoney, who played Frasier and Niles’ father, died in 2018 at the age of 77.

Not Back: Pierce and Leeves will not be working on the Frasier sequel

Not Back: Pierce and Leeves will not be working on the Frasier sequel

David is a college freshman who is awkward but delighted with his mother’s pleasant smile, the site shared.

Daphne gave birth to David during the Frasier finals in 2004. It is named after series co-creator David Angell, who died in the September 11 attacks.

The Frasier sequel is set in a new town. “In a very fun way, it just put us in a new place for what we originally wanted anyway, which was a Frasier three-stroke,” Grammer said in a November interview with People. “It’s a whole new life for him.”

The Old Cast: Pictured: (lr) Dan Butler as Bob'Bulldog' Briscoe, Peri Gilpin as Roz Doyle, Pierce as Dr. Niles Crane, Grammer as Dr. Frasier Crane, Leeves as Daphne Moon, John Mahoney as Martin Crane

The Old Cast: Pictured: (lr) Dan Butler as Bob ‘Bulldog’ Briscoe, Peri Gilpin as Roz Doyle, Pierce as Dr. Niles Crane, Grammer as Dr. Frasier Crane, Leeves as Daphne Moon, John Mahoney as Martin Crane

While the storyline has been kept secret since the 2021 reboot was announced, the official transcript states, “Frasier is headed to another town with new challenges, new relationships to forge, and an old dream or two, which must finally be fulfilled. Frasier has re-entered the building!’

In the ’90s, Grammer rose to national fame with the Cheers spin-off series Frasier. The actor reportedly held talks for years to try to revitalize the show.

Paramount+ confirmed the reboot was in development in February 2021, with Grammer announcing last July that scripting was underway.

Return: The Frasier sequel is set in a new town.

Return: The Frasier sequel is set in a new town. “In a very fun way, it just put us in a new place for what we originally wanted anyway, which was a Frasier three-stroke,” Grammer said in a November interview with People. “It’s a whole new life for him”

The gang: Grammer announced that Paramount+ gave the green light to the reboot, with the beloved actor serving as executive producer

The gang: Grammer announced that Paramount+ gave the green light to the reboot, with the beloved actor serving as executive producer



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