My hips and teeth went back together again, thank God, but look at this.'' She lifts a booted foot into the air. The actress has just flown into London from her Californian home, with husband and two tiny children in tow, to host tonight's edition of BBC1's Have I Got News For You. It is a big decision, but I am absolutely looking into it.'' She is certainly tired of some aspects of LA, where most of the stars are "desperate for celebrity'' and "nobody looks like a human being any more". As the show, which starred Kelsey Grammer as the dysfunctional psychiatrist, went on to become a smash, Leeves shone as an accomplished comedienne.
It doesn't bother her a bit, even if during the 11 years that she was on Frasier, it was always stated that she was the highest paid British actress in America."Ha! I mean, I would never go out and spend something like £8,000 on a Hermès bag. The daughter of an electrician and a nurse, she grew up in East Grinstead, secure in the knowledge that, some day, somehow, she was going to be a star.The snaggletoothed would-be ladies’ man Mr Frazier and the patrons and staff down at the Rub-a-Dub (The Real Mc Coy’s satirical answer to Eastenders) became fan favourites.Characters dreamed up by the charismatic Felix Dexter (who died in 2013) included Nathaniel the pompous Nigerian accountant, and Douglas, the lawyer who couldn’t quite admit that he wanted to be white; both became British comedy classics.The Thrilla in Manila was the third and final boxing match between Muhammad Ali and Joe Frazier.
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