Moose, a Jack Russell Terrier, portrays Eddie, Martin's (John Mahoney) faithful companion and partner in crime.
Moose's story is one of overnight success. Thrown into the spotlight, his success has propelled him to a fame that can only be rivaled by such mega-stars as Lassie and Rin Tin Tin. Having graced the covers of such notable publications as Life, TV Guide and Entertainment Weekly, as well as joining the ranks of Cindy Crawford and Cathy Ireland with his own calendar, Moose kept all four paws on the ground during his career.
Moose has co-written with Brian Hargrove his own autobiography “My Life as a Dog,” published by Harper Collins. Moose was also seen in the feature film “My Dog Skip,” portraying the mature version of Skip; his four-year-old son, Enzo, played the young Skip. Enzo sometimes filled in for his father for the more strenuous work on "Frasier."
Moose is a native of Florida and was one of 10 pups. He is a graduate of Orlando University with a bachelor's degree in obedience. Following graduation, he taught sign language at Canine Corral. Tired of academics, Moose decided he would trade-in his teaching career and give Hollywood a try. At the urging of a local talent scout, he auditioned at Universal Studios in Orlando, Florida and successfully landed a starring role in their "Animal Actors Showcase."