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Kelsey Grammer falls off the Hyperion Stage tonight at the Media event - 5/3/05

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  • Kelsey Grammer falls off the Hyperion Stage tonight at the Media event - 5/3/05

    As reported on KTLA, Channel 5, and showed video of the minor accident.

    Kelsey Grammer was addressing the Media as part of the 50th celebration events, and was pacing the stage, he basically stepped off the stage.

    The Aladdin stage is jagged alone the front edge.

    He was helped back up onto the stage, and looked like he did not get seriously injured. He continued his presentation.
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    http://www.ocregister.com/ocr/2005/0...cle_506316.php


    Actor Kelsey Grammer uttered an unscripted expletive Tuesday after stepping off the edge of a stage while giving an overview of Disneyland's 50th anniversary celebration.

    The star of the long-running NBC comedy "Frasier" was inside the Hyperion Theater at Disney's California Adventure when he wandered too close to the edge and stepped off the stage.

    He uttered an expletive, then stood for a few seconds at the spot where he landed.

    Grammer hoisted himself onto the stage and said, "Yeah, that's going to hurt for a while."

    He continued pacing the stage, delivering the remainder of his routine, but staying far from the edge.

    At one point, he quipped, "I'm not getting near that corner again."
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