Kelsey Grammer has played a president, and in an upcoming TV series he'll play a mayor ... so why not run for political office in real life? That's what he may very well do after he retires from acting, Grammer tells the New York Post, although he's vague on when that might be or what he might run for. "I look at my political aspirations as that last piece of my life—where I hope to do something good for people and pay back a little," says the conservative Republican, who endorsed Rudy Giuliani and campaigned for John McCain in the last presidential election.
Grammer, who is for small government and against taxes, is already a political activist: He has traveled with candidates he supports, including McCain, and the Post calls him a "big-time giver to conservative causes." He's also bankrolling Rightnetwork, a small cable channel with the slogan, "All that's Right with the world." He would likely run in New York, where he moved to from Los Angeles, Grammer says. And his acting experience would help him, he theorizes: Both acting and politics require a "narcissistic personality" and "a resilient ego."