Camille Grammer is an American dancer, model, actress and television personality best known for her marriage to actor Kelsey Grammer and for starring in the docu-reality series The Real Housewives of Beverly Hills, from 2010-2012.
Grammer began her career as a dancer on Club MTV. She was married to actor Kelsey Grammer for 13 years, ending in divorce in 2011. Together, they have a daughter, Mason, and a son, Jude.
Camille has appeared on both the big and small screens, most notably in the Halloween episode of Frasier, in Betty Thomas' Private Parts and Woody Allen's Deconstructing Harry.
She has also appeared as a dancer in several music videos. Grammer was featured in the HDTV video dream sequence in David Niles' Broadway show Dreamtime at The Ed Sullivan Theater.
She made a cameo in $#*! My Dad Says and was a Fashion and Lifestyle correspondent for HLN's 2011 Oscar Coverage.
Her hobbies include dancing, skiing, paddle boarding, tennis, hiking, and collecting rare first edition books, such as Pride and Prejudice, Works of Byron 1833, The Sound and the Fury, and the works of William Faulkner and Roald Dahl.