Kelsey Grammer marries for fourth time - on Broadway

NEW YORK Fri Feb 25, 2011 6:30pm EST

Kelsey Grammar (L) and Kayte Walsh (R) arrive on the red carpet for the Kennedy Center Honors at the Kennedy Center in Washington, December 5, 2010. REUTERS/Jonathan Ernst

Kelsey Grammar (L) and Kayte Walsh (R) arrive on the red carpet for the Kennedy Center Honors at the Kennedy Center in Washington, December 5, 2010.

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NEW YORK (Reuters) - Former "Frasier" star Kelsey Grammer married his fourth wife, Kayte Walsh, on Friday in a colorful ceremony at a Broadway theater where his new bride arrived wearing a white robe.

Grammer, 56, exchanged vows with British flight attendant Walsh on the stage at The Longacre Theater on Broadway, where he has just finished a Tony-nominated run in the musical, "La Cage Aux Folles."

A video on TMZ.com and pictures on various celebrity websites showed the couple arriving for their reception at The Plaza Hotel with Walsh dressed in a white, lace, sleeveless wedding gown.

A spokesman for Grammer said the pair were married "at a private ceremony for family and friends."

People magazine reported that Grammer's former "Frasier" co-star David Hyde Pierce and actor Alan Arkin were in attendance. The New York Post said Grammer and Walsh were married by Terry Lavell, who plays a drag queen in "La Cage" and is licensed to officiate weddings.

Grammer, an Emmy winner, rose to fame playing psychiatrist Dr. Frasier Crane in the sitcoms "Cheers" and "Frasier," which aired from 1993 to 2004. His career includes TV shows, movies and numerous stage roles.

He finalized his divorce with third wife, Camille Donatacci Grammer, just two weeks ago. They broke up in 2010 when Grammer began seeing Walsh, 29, who in October suffered a miscarriage with her and Grammer's baby. She is the daughter of former English soccer player Alan Walsh.

(Reporting by Christine Kearney, editing by Bob Tourtellotte)

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