John Mahoney has sadly passed away. He was 77.
Anyone who watches Frasier will derive great joy from and celebrate John Mahoney's turn as Martin Crane, a caring, intelligent man who, even in his later years, was willing to learn from life and grow as a human being.
Mahoney's charisma saturated even Martin's small moments in an episode with warmth, humour and the gravity of loss or sorrow and the actor provided us all with gravitas that could stun any viewer into a reverent silence equal that of his on-screen sons'. As Frasier once said to his father, "You command respect".
Thank you, Mr. Mahoney, for your spirit gracing us. Rest in peace.
- Peri Gilpin
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- Frasier writer Joe Keenan
- Lego Frasier
- Gary Sinise
- Steppenwolf Theatre
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Hi! I'm a brand-new user, and I just wanted to announce:
I've started a Frasier fanon wiki! :) Link:
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Have you noticed that in the later seasons of Frasier, you see Frasier doing less of his show in KACL. It seems as though the later seasons put more emphasis on Niles and Daphne's relationship (which in my opinion is when the show "jumped the shark"). What are your thoughts on this? I personally like the later seasons less becuase of this. Do you care if Frasier does his show or not?Read more >
In case we haven't met yet, hi, I'm Andrew. I'm Wikia's technical community manager. If you have no idea what that means, my job is to make sure our partners and users are properly set up with the right content, tools, and (when something fails) technical solutions.
Last month, in partnership with Sony, we launched Wikia for TV SideView. TVSV electronic programming guide for Android that comes pre-loaded on Sony's Android devices. Now, when users access their favorite shows on the TVSV, they can browse your wikia's information alongside programming notes like airtime. It has been a smashing success thus far.
In fact, Frasier Wikia - along with a few others I'll be contacting - has ended up being more popular than we'd anticipated!…Read more >