Kelsey Grammer endorses Mitt Romney

Mitt Romney has won Frasier's vote.

Kelsey Grammer, an outspoken Republican best known for playing the TV character Frasier, said Monday that Romney would be "a terrific president."

Back in January during the GOP primaries, Grammer wasn't so enthusiastic but said he would "probably" back Romney.

“I’m not really sure yet. It’s Romney or [Rick] Santorum," he told ABC's Jimmy Kimmel. "It’s probably Romney, and I mean he’ll probably do a pretty good job.”

But it sounds like Romney has won him over since becoming the presumptive GOP nominee.

"I think he'd make a terrific president," he told the the Pittsburgh Post-Gazette. "I think he'd be very good at it. He's a clear thinker. He's a kind man, you know, and he makes a lot of sense."

Grammer, who currently plays the corrupt mayor of Chicago on Starz's "Boss," also said he hasn't completely ruled out a youthful wish to get into politics himself.

"I always thought that someday it would be a good thing to be part of the community and try to help," he said. "I found a different way of living and making my living and hopefully providing some good to the world. The idea would be later in life if I want that last chapter, maybe it would be one of service. But it's not honed to a vision yet."