David Cox 10/22/99 A1 Mr. Galvin Kelsey Grammar: A Reflection of Myself As we grow older, we find someone to looks up to. Some of us admire celebrities, family, and friends. I admire Kelsey Grammar. I admire Kelsey because of his morals, his acting expertise, some of the obstacles he has overcome, and for the donations he has made to charities. The main reason is how he has overcome hurtles in life which must have been tough to handle for someone who is so busy. His first problem was revealed to the public in 1997 when people found out about his drinking problem. It was at the 1998 Academy Awards show where I really realized what he had done. In his acceptance speech he said he had fell into a deep dark hole, a place of misery and despair. This though did not stop him, he refused to give up and let the alcohol win over him. He said that he found that his friends and family helped him ov
The benevolence he offers to other people who have none is definitely a plus and that is why I admire Kelsey Grammar. The fact that he overcame alcoholism means a lot to me. This is because when you have the amount of money that he has, it"tms good to think about people other than yourself. The first show he did, "Cheers" was set in Boston, Massachusetts where his character, Dr. Originally, he only had a contract for a few shows. He gives to Christopher Reeve Foundation. Then one day he got a phone call and came to talk to one of the producers of the show. Many actors as most people know do all sorts of substance abuse. ercome it, and to this day he has been three years sober. About a week after her death, his best friend committed suicide. He told Kelsey that they had liked his character so much that they wanted to create a new show that would revolve around him and would take place after "Cheers". They gave him a full contract to stay on the show until the end.
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