Nicholas Lyndhurst has been cast in the ‘Frasier’ sequel series.
The 61-year-old actor, who has previously appeared in British sitcoms like ‘Only Fools and Horses’ and ‘Goodnight Sweetheart’, will soon appear opposite Kelsey Grammer in the upcoming series, according to Variety. .
Nicholas became the first cast member confirmed to be returning to the sitcom, which ran from 1993-2004.
Nicholas and Kelsey, 67, also co-starred in ‘Man of La Mancha’ at the London Coliseum.
The official Paramount series logline hints at details about the show.
“Frasier must head to another city, face new challenges, forge new relationships, and fulfill an old dream or two. Frasier has re-entered the building!”
The logline also provides insight into Nicholas’ character, Alan Cornwall.
“British, heavy drinker and greater than life, Alan has an intellect on par with Frasier’s – even if he ever wanted to use it. Alan’s mischievous streak may be something Frasier can use to shake up his routine…it might help Alan find the direction he’s been missing in his life.”
Last year, Kelsey promised that some familiar faces would return for the “Frasier” reboot.
The actor who plays the famous character on the show said: appear later. ”
‘Fraser’ was created as a spin-off of the sitcom ‘Cheers,’ the hit TV show starred David Hyde Pierce, Jane Reeves, John Mahoney, and more, who died in February 2018 at the age of 77.