Camille Grammer is heading to the world of sitcoms.
“The Real Housewives of Beverly Hills” star is set to appear on CBS’ “$#*! My Dad Says,” Access Hollywood has confirmed.
The estranged wife of former “Frasier” star Kelsey Grammer, will play a divorced reality star on William Shatner’s show, but she’s not necessarily going to come into contact with the sci-fi legend on her episode, which airs February 17.
Instead, she’ll meet Bonnie, played by former “MADtv” veteran Nicole Sullivan, and her on screen husband Vince, played by Will Sasso (also a “MADtv” vet).
The quirky couple is set to join a reality show in the episode, which puts them in touch with Camille’s character, whose sitcom name has not yet been revealed.
They’ll then help Camille’s character go house hunting.
Although her most recent TV credit is the Bravo reality show, Camille is no stranger to the small screen.
She famously started out as a “Club MTV” dancer in the 1980s. She also once appeared in an episode of “Frasier.”
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