Kelsey Grammer is keen to star in a British soap.
The 64-year-old actor would love to appear in a popular UK serial drama, such as "EastEnders", "Coronation Street", or "Emmerdale", because he thinks they are "superbly made".
Kelsey told The Daily Star newspaper: "I love them all, of course I do.
"They are just so classy and superbly made. If any of them are ever looking to cast a very eager American, then can they please give me a call."
If the star makes a cameo on a UK soap he would be following in the footsteps of Sir Ian McKellen and Stephanie Beacham, who both appeared on "Coronation Street", and Rick Astley, who recently popped up in "Hollyoaks".
Kelsey's most famous role is playing Dr. Frasier Crane in the long-running NBC sitcom "Cheers" and then in 1993 when the show ended he portrayed the psychiatrist again in his own spin-off show "Frasier", which ran until 2004.
The television legend has previously addressed discussions about the upcoming reboot of "Frasier" and recently said plans for a sequel to the hit show - which wrapped in 2004 - are still in early stages.
The "Hank" star recently teased fans by saying his character may be making a comeback by resolving things with his son Frederick.
He said: "Whether he (Frasier) has got six children and a wife in the islands somewhere, he needs to come back to probably resolve things with his son Frederick, which mirrors the show in the first place.
"Frasier might be an art dealer. He might be a professor. We don't know yet."