Grammer added: "I’m still mystified as to why it got cancelled on us. Even Chris Albrecht [of Starz] said 'That’s what we’re doing.' They really didn’t have a reason.That was a real surprise to me because we had such great stories in place. The performance was well-received." So what can put Grammer's career back on track?I mean we had another three seasons pretty much mapped out, maybe four more. Well the man who also voices Sideshow Bob from The Simpsons, has several projects for 2015, including an English comedy film called Breaking the Bank.

Tamsin Greig plays his wife Penelope and the film also stars Fawlty Towers actor Andrew Sachs.

The film had its world premiere at the Dubai International Film Festival and some of the jokes were well received, such as Grammer's character, Charles Bunbury, being handed “emails to be signed” on a silver tray and signing them with a quill pen.

Breaking the Bank is written by Roger Devlin and directed by Vadim Jean and produced by Jake Seal for Black Hangar Studios, and was filmed in Hampshire and London.

His past four TV shows have been cancelled and on the day he turned 60 (February 21 2015) he had the dubious honour of winning a Razzie for worst supporting actor.

He was actually nominated for four films (Expendables 3, Legends of Oz, Think Like a Man Too and Transformers: Age of Extinction) beating Mel Gibson, Shaquille O'Neal, Arnold Schwarzenegger and Kiefer Sutherland.

The Golden Raspberry Award is harsh on an actor who has won won five Emmy Awards and three Golden Globes for his acting career and created in Doctor Frasier Crane, of Cheers and Frasier fame, one of the best television comedy characters of all time.

He played Frasier for 20 years which makes his recent bad luck with short-lived TV shows all the more striking.

In early 2015, his FX comedy Partners, in which he played lawyer Allen Braddock, was canned after 10 episodes and after poor ratings.

It follows the early termination of his shows Boss, Back to You and Hank.