NEW YORK - The star of "Frasier" may be ready to move from radio psychology to politics.
Kelsey Grammer says he might be interested in running for the U.S. Senate from California when he's finished with acting.
If you have the good fortune to become wealthy doing what you love to do, what happens is you now have an obligation to give back in some way," Grammer said Monday on Fox News Channel's "Hannity & Colmes."
He won't be joining Arnold Schwarzenegger on the campaign trail anytime soon. Grammer said he wouldn't start in politics until he's done acting, and there's more he wants to do with that job. This is the final season of NBC's "Frasier."
Grammer, 48, kept his political views vague during his appearance on the cable news network.
"I would like to try to rid the country of the idea that it's the rich against the poor," he said.