The cast of Frasier is reuniting

The cast of Frasier will reunite this week, on live stream series Stars in the House.

The performance-and-chat series raises money and awareness for the Actors Fund, which is currently focusing on providing aid to those in the entertainment industry affected by the coronavirus outbreak.

Streams began on Mar. 16, and are happening live every day at 2pm Eastern (7pm UK time). and 8pm (2am UK time). Episodes can be viewed at youtube.com/theactorsfund and StarsInTheHouse.com,

The show will begin the week reunitin the cast of Taxi, with Marilu Henner, Judd Hirsch, Tony Danza, Christopher Lloyd, Danny Devito, and Carol Kane set to participate.

On Tuesday night’s show This Is Us cast members including  Chris Sullivan, Chrissy Metz, Mandy Moore, and Susan Kelechi Watson will take part.

The cats of Frasier will appear on Wednesday, with Kelsey Grammer, Peri Gilpin, David Hyde Pierce, and Jane Leeves all expected to appear.

“Seth and James [Rudetsky and Wesley, who created and host Stars in the House] are real heroes in this fight— raising money and raising spirits,” said Pierce in a statement. “The Actors Fund has always been there for everyone in any part of the entertainment community; it’s an honour for us to help out, and it will be awfully good to see my old friends in the midst of these terrible times.”

So far, the show has also features the cast of Unbreakable Kimmy Schmidt, which included a surprise appearance by Alan Alda and a message from Ryan Reynolds and Blake Lively. Previous guests include Jason Alexander, Kristen Chenoweth, Judith Light, Vanessa Williams, John Lithgow, Andrew Lloyd Webber, Annette Bening,  and Audra McDonald.

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