Kenny Rogers – $2.383 Million, Atlanta
Kenny Rogers is a famous country singer and songwriter, though he delved into various other genres too and had over one hundred and twenty successful hit singles across numerous charts. His career lasted from 1957 to 2017 during which he over 100 million studio albums worldwide.
Kenny is also a Texas Country and Country Music Hall of Famer and has numerous other accolades. He sold his Atlanta Suburbs mansion in 2018 for $2.383M. It features luxurious home décor, has 13,000 square feet of space, and sits on a 1.5-acre lot.
Warren Beatty – $7 Million, Beverly Hills
Warren Beatty, known for his acting and filmmaking, is the husband of another acting star named Annette Bening. In 2012, the married couple sold their Beverly Hills abode for $7M. The Mediterranean two-story home had six bedrooms, eight bathrooms, a gym, a library, and maid quarters.
It covered 10,594 square feet of space and also contained a pool, a separate guesthouse, as well as a beautiful lawn. The Ivy-covered house was actually constructed in 1992 which was also the year when Warren and Annette got hitched. They got to know each other on the set of their film, Bugsy, in 1991.
Richard Chamberlain – $19 Million, Maui
Richard Chamberlain is a well-known actor and singer, active since 1958. He rose to fame as the lead on the Dr.Kildare TV series which aired in the ‘60s, while he was also on Shōgun, The Thorn Birds, and others. Richard was in The Bourne Identity in 1988.
He is the first actor ever to play the role of Jason Bourne, while he was most recently seen on Nightmare Cinema in 2018. His Maui house was listed in 2010 for $19M, but there is no record of any sale made yet. It is an 8,674-square-foot deluxe house with half an acre of land, four bedrooms, and three and a half baths.
Billy Connolly – $4.75 Million, New York
Billy Connolly is a famous actor, stand-up comedian, musician, and artist from Glasgow, Scotland, active in entertainment since 1965. He was initially a folk singer, member of The Humblebumps and later went solo. Billy transitioned to stand-up comedy in the ‘70s, played at several large theatres, and released a comedy album, Billy Connolly Live! in 1972.
His acting roles were on The Boondock Saints, The Last Samurai, The Hobbit: The Battle of the Five Armies, and many others. Billy was most recently seen on Wild Oats. He owned this loft apartment on Fifth Avenue, Manhattan, NY but it was sold in 2016 for $4.75M. Currently, his net worth is $20M.
Raquel Welch – $5.695 Million, Beverly Hills
Raquel Welch was born in 1940. Her career in entertainment began in 1959, but Welch first gained attention in 1966, on Fantastic Voyage. She went on to star in various notable films such as One Million Years B.C., Bedazzled, Bandolero!, and 100 Rifles.
Raquel was also on The Three Musketeers, The Last of Sheila, Legally Blonde, while her last appearance was on Date My Dad, in 2017. She used to own this cool mansion in Beverly Hills which was listed again in 2017 at $5.695M. It features 6,217 square feet of living area and sits on half an acre of land.
Loni Anderson – $2.435 Million, Sherman Oaks
Loni Anderson, who became famous for the CBS sitcom WKRP in Cincinnati, priced her house in Sherman Oaks at $2.435M back in 2014. The custom-built Santa Barbara-style home has a living space of 4,630 square feet which contains five bedrooms, six bathrooms, one master suite, and a family/media room.
We can’t forget to mention that it also has three fireplaces, a center-island kitchen, a saltwater pool, a spa, and French doors that open to an oak tree-filled yard. Anderson, who was once the spouse of Burt Reynold, bought the place in 2007 for $1.9M.
Brigitte Bardot – $5.65 Million, France
Brigitte Bardot once called the above-pictured 13th-century residence home. She moved into the massive mansion in 1958 and apparently the local boys had a knack for scaling the walls hoping to catch a glimpse of Bardot relaxing by the infinity pool. The estate sits on 1.46 acres and it went through home remodeling in 1998; the process took 3 years. The main residence has eight bedrooms with 8.5 bathrooms and a formal dining room. Some of the other highlights aside from the 6,458 square foot home include an outdoor kitchen, fireplace and entertainment pavilion.
Harry Belafonte – $2.9 Million, New York
Harry Belafonte is a singer, songwriter, and actor who has been active since the early ‘50s. He is among the most famous Jamaican-American artists ever, even nicknamed ‘King of Calypso.’ As an actor, Belafonte is known from Bright Road, Carmen Jones, Island in the Sun, and many others.
He was most recently seen on BlacKkKlansman in 2018, while he retired from music in 2003. Harry once owned this upstate colonial home, built in 1792. Belafonte owned it from the ‘50s to the early ‘90s and it was listed again in 2016 for $2.9M. The property includes over 100 acres of land.
Barbara Eden – $2.6 Million, Chicago
Barbara Eden is a well-known actress, active since 1955 and probably most famous for her role in the TV series, I Dream of Jeannie. She is also known from Harper Valley P.T.A., The Brass Bottle, and Burke’s Law.
She was awarded the Hollywood Walk of Fame star in 1988 and a Doctor of Law honorary degree. Barbara’s most recent role was in Shimmer and Shine (2016-2017). In 2018, the 47th-floor apartment she used to own was listed for $2.6M. It is a luxury apartment in Chicago in the well known Water Tower Place.
Angela Lansbury – Price Undisclosed, Cork, Coast of Ireland
Angela Lansbury is a film, TV, and theater actress whose career began in 1943. She was on Gaslight, The Picture of Dorian Gray, and The Manchurian Candidate – all of which got Angela Oscar nominations.
Lansbury is also known from Anastasia, voiced Mrs. Potts in Disney’s Beauty and the Beast, and many more. In 2014, Lansbury received an Honorary Oscar for her contribution to cinema, while her latest roles were on May Poppins Returns and Buttons in 2018. Angela owns an Irish traditional farmhouse in County Cork in Ireland. The estate’s designer, Stephen Pearce, is Angela’s close friend.
Sophia Loren – $22 Million, Rome
When Sophia Loren became the late director Carlo Ponti’s bride for the second time around in 1966, he gifted her with a home that was as beautiful as her. But, before they moved into what would be known as the iconic mansion with 50 rooms, Sophia’s husband also owned another splendid home.
According to Lionard Luxury Real Estate, Ponti used to live in a glorious Roman villa with around 13,000 square feet of deluxe living space. Found just ten minutes away from the Colosseum, that abode is currently looking for a new owner who can pay approximately $22M.
Eddie Van Halen – $2.9 Million, Beverly Hills
Since Eddie and his brother created the Van Halen band, they’ve made incredibly large fortunes. Before Eddie passed away from cancer in 2020, he had gotten the chance to live his life in quite the majestic way. This was just one of the houses he owned over the years, and it last appeared on the market with a $2.99-million price tag.
It’s situated on a 0.5-acre lot within a gated community. Eddie owned it up until 2008 when he sold it for $1.5 million. The house boasts three bedrooms and four bathrooms. His primary residence was a mansion in Studio City, which he owned since the ‘90s.
Jorge Ramos – $6 Million, Miami
Jorge Ramos is considered as the top Spanish-speaking American news anchor, and he has two news programs on Univision. He’s also covered numerous political events, including the fall of the Berlin Wall. His journalistic contributions have been rewarded with several accolades, and he has eight Emmy Awards under his belt.
Ramos is based in Miami and lives in a sprawling mansion worth $6 million. The stunning property comes with a private dock with multiple bodies of water surrounding the estate. There’s also a swimming pool on the grounds and an attached guest house. A 20-foot wall, wrought-iron fences, and shrubbery keep the estate well-guarded.
Barbi Benton – $11.9 Million Los Angeles, CA
The price tag of Barbi Benton’s former home was $11.9M when it hit the market in 2011. The abode used to be the living space of the former songstress and her businessman hubby, George Gradow, whose wedding day was in 1979. This estate in the mountains above L.A.’s Bel Air measures 11,608 square feet and has four huge bedrooms and 11 cozy bathrooms waiting for anyone willing to purchase it. Benton graced many prestigious magazines’ covers and had appearances in shows like Hee Haw, The Love Boat, and Sugar Time!.
Al Pacino – $3.3 Million, New York
Being able to sell a guest house for $3.3 million is just normal in Al Pacino’s world. The place is located in Palisades, New York, automatically adds to its value. After all, everything is about location when it comes to real estate. Despite this being part of a larger compound, the house could truly stand-alone with three bedrooms and four bathrooms. Furthermore, it boasts a splendid view of the Hudson River. Pacino, whose most recent work was the 2019 film The Irishman, decided it was time to let go of this place in 2012.
Linda Ronstadt – $1 Million, Tucson
Reportedly, Linda Ronstadt sold her home in Central Tucson, in 2016, for $1 million. Initially, the home was listed for $1.6 million, however, she still made a sizeable profit in comparison to the $467K she handed out for the almost 1.3-acre estate back in 1994. The 4,100 square-foot home is painted pale pink to give a Mediterranean vibe. It was built in the late ’20s but has been renovated and updated multiple times throughout the years. The comfy home is more than substantial with its four bedrooms and 3 and a half bathrooms. In 2012, Linda was sadly diagnosed with Parkinson’s disease.
Clint Eastwood – $6.25 million, Calif.
Clint Eastwood wants to make your day. For the first time in a decade, the actor, director, and property developer, is releasing a select number of homesites at his elite private residential community Teháma, in Carmel, Calif.
As you might expect, it’ll cost a fistful of dollars for the privilege of building a dream home in this eco-friendly community, and calling Eastwood, who owns a home on the neighborhood, a neighbor.
Prices for the seven sites being made available start at $1.5 million for a 13-acre wooded lot. For a few dollars more—$6.25 million to be precise— you can get a spectacular hilltop site on 10 acres with expansive views of the Pacific.
Olivia Newton-John – $7.5 Million, Malibu
Olivia Newton-John is a well-known singer and songwriter with four Grammys, five #1 hits, and ten other songs that reached the top 10 on the Billboard. She released fourteen solo studio albums so far sold in approximately 100 million copies, with four certified double platinum.
Olivia is best known to audiences as the star of Grease and the female vocalist of You’re the One That I want alongside John Travolta. She listed her luxury house for sale in 2016 for $7.5M. It is a ranch-style house with five bedrooms and sits on 6,802 square feet of space.
Richard Simmons – Price Undisclosed, Los Angeles
Richard Simmons is well recognized for helping a lot of people get in shape. He’s quite a memorable person because he has such a unique and vibrant personality. He reportedly lives in a cool mansion in Los Angeles, but he hasn’t really given a proper tour of the place yet. Only satellite photos of the estate are available. But judging by how its exterior looks, he is surely living like a king. Simmons rarely makes public or on-screen appearances today. However, sources say he will be appearing in the upcoming documentary called King Cake: The Joie de Vivre.
Larry King – $12 Million, Beverly Hills
The legendary television host, Larry King, was born on November 19, 1933, in New York. He is one of the most respected people in the industry and has won many awards for his high-quality work. Throughout his lifetime, Larry has been married to seven women. He is the owner of a deluxe house in Beverley Hills, in which he used to live along with his seventh wife, Shawn Southwick, a Hollywood songwriter. The 9596 square foot home includes six well-furnished rooms, nine-bathrooms, a wide swimming pool, and has an overall classy ambiance. The home’s current value is $12 million.
William Shatner – $3 Million, Studio City
William Shatner is an actor best known for playing Captain Kirk in the Star Trek movies and TV series. He has written several novels detailing his experience with the role. Shatner’s career began in 1951 and he is also known from T.J. Hooker, Rescue 911, The Practice, Boston Legal, Better Late Than Never, and many others.
He is still active, and his latest roles in 2018 were on Aliens Ate My Homework and The Steam Engines of Oz. In 2019, he was in an episode of The Big Bang Theory. William owns a four-bedroom, four-bath, 4016-square-foot piece of real estate in Studio City, California, reportedly built in 1925 and worth some $3M.
Kelly Preston – $4.9 Million, Florida
Along with her actor and pilot husband, John Travolta, Kelly Preston lived the last years of her life in this fantastic house in Florida. They were some of the first people to invest in properties within the Jumbolair fly-in community, paying around $4.9 million. Today, houses there go at an average of $11 million!
Since their purchase, they have even extended the airway leading right to their front door. The house not only boasts enough room for John’s planes and cars, but it also has a large backyard and a swimming pool. Kelly Preston passed away after having battled breast cancer for two years in July 2020.
Billie Eilish – $2.73 Million, Los Feliz
Even though this house is in her brother Finneas’s name, given how close Billie Eilish is with him, it’s safe to assume that she spends a lot of time there. Since becoming famous in 2019 with her first-ever album, Billie’s said to have earned a fortune of $8 million. Yet, she’s still said to live with her parents.
Finneas purchased this 100-year-old house in 2019 for $2.73 million. Of course, it’s been extensively renovated, but it preserves its Spanish style. It has a 2,600-square foot interior with a total of four bedrooms and 4.5 bathrooms. There have since been rumors wanting Billie to have moved in with her brother.
Rolling Stones – $128 Million, France
The ’70s were a crazy era, especially for people in a rock band. Keith Richards, along with his bandmates, aka the Rolling Stones, spent a bit less than a year living in the French Riviera, in the historical Nellcote building in 1971. Keith was reportedly renting it for around $2.5K a month.
The villa has 16 rooms, and to the very day, there are many pictures of the band hanging out there. In the mid-’00s, it was purchased by a Russian businessman for $128 million. It remained in Keith’s hands until 1973. Rumour has it that they recorded part of their ’72 album Exile on Main St. in Nellcote’s basement.
The ’70s were a crazy era, especially for people in a rock band. Keith Richards, along with his bandmates, aka the Rolling Stones, spent a bit less than a year living in the French Riviera, in the historical Nellcote building in 1971. Keith was reportedly renting it for around $2.5K a month.
Tony Danza – $8 Million, Malibu
Sometimes good things must come to an end. After 15 years of owning this beautiful home, Tony Danza decided it was time to let it go. Therefore, he put it up for sale for approximately $9 million, and finally closed the deal for $8 million. Interestingly, Danza sold this property while he was divorcing his second wife, Tracy Robinson, in 2011. More recently, in December 2019, Danza has taken a look back at his big successes, including Who’s The Boss?. Afterward, he stated that one of the things he likes the most about the show was the positive messages it included.
Jaclyn Smith – Undisclosed Price, Los Angeles
Even though the price of her house is undisclosed, it’s most probably worth a lot given her success and her $90-million net worth. Jaclyn Smith has made this house a family home. When she bought it in the early ‘90s, the house needed some restoration, which she was more than willing to do. The house comes with a tennis court, a swimming pool, an outdoor parking space, and a spacious backyard. It also has a private office and enough room to fit her entire family. In 2019, Jaclyn is set to be part of the Random Acts of Christmas movie.
Ted Nugent – $1.4M, Texas
Ted Nugent is a renowned musician, who just went on a concert tour titled The Music Made Me Do It Again! in July 2019. His net worth is said to be $20 million, and he is married to Shemane Deziel.
The couple owns several houses together, and they have one in Minnesota and Texas. The latter is a Waco residence that comes with three bedrooms and four bathrooms, as well as a single living room. Its sprawling grounds also include an outdoor pool. He purchased it for an asking price of $1.4 million from a man named Allen Samuels.
Bob Newhart – $14.5 Million, Bel Air
Bob Newhart is a famous actor and stand-up comedian whose career began in 1958. He is known for his slightly stammering, deadpan delivery and his comedic monologue albums, like his debut The Button-Down Mind of Bob Newhart, which was #1 on the Billboard chart for pop albums, in 1960. As an actor, Newhart is best known as Dr. Robert Hartley from The Bob Newhart Show, and from shows like Newhart, Elf, The Librarians. His latest recurring appearances are on The Big Bang Theory since 2013. Bob sold his Bel Air home in 2016 for $14.5M, and the house was later razed and listed as an empty lot for $26M.
Robert Conrad – $1.75 Million, Bear Valley
Robert Conrad is an actor and a stuntman currently in retirement after nearly fifty years in the biz, from 1957 to 2002. His most famous role was on The Wild Wild West, while Conrad was also in films like Baa Baa Black Sheep, High Sierra Search and Rescue, Jesse Hawkes, and High Mountain Rangers. Robert’s more recent roles were on Jingle All the Way and Dead Above Ground. He once owned this retreat in Bear Valley during the ‘80s while he was filming High Mountain Rangers. Reportedly, in 2014, the house was sold for $1.75M.
Drew Carey – Value Unknown, LA
Drew Carey is a popular American actor, comedian, voice actor and even a game show host. Drew has been a part of the entertainment industry for the last three decades and bought this gorgeous LA home for himself.
The house has four bedrooms and 4 bathrooms & each of them is decorated with a rustic wooden texture. The backyard has a gorgeous pool to relax in the LA summer. The price of the estate is undisclosed. Drew wrote about the details of his life and career in his autobiography titled Dirty Jokes and Beer: Stories of the Unrefined.
Dick Cavett – $33.95 Million, Montauk, NY
Ex-talk show host and TV personality Dick Cavett has lowered the price of his iconic Montauk real estate — affectionately referred to as Cavett’s Cove — three times now. The initial $62M whopping price of the home was brought down to $48M and was cut again in January 2019 at $33.95M. The comedian and his late wife, Carrie Nye, had rebuilt the 7,000-square-foot oceanfront abode in 1997 after it was burnt to ashes, leaving only the chimney. The couple went for a carbon copy of Tick Hall trusting only photographs and their memories to get it right.
Roger Taylor – $10.43 Million, Surrey
The former home of Queen drummer Roger Taylor is one of the cool mansions that we would expect to see owned by a rock star. With an indoor swimming pool and a garage big enough for all his vehicles and his guests’ own rides, the place was certainly fit for a great party at any time. Roger lived there for over 20 years and the more recent owners put it on the market for $10.4 million. Roger has seen an increase in his popularity since the movie Bohemian Rhapsody, which was released in 2018. The film has brought Queen’s music to younger generations and recognition to the surviving members.
Russell Crowe – $40 Million, Sydney
This home called Berthong is one of the most luxurious waterfront homes in Sydney. It was previously owned by Australian actor Russell Crowe, star of the True History of the Kelly Gang which is currently in post-production. The property sits on Elizabeth Bay, a suburb near the harbor in the east of the town. This five-bedroom, six-bathroom home was built in the 19th century in Victorian style. The house has a beautiful marble kitchen together with a butler’s pantry, a pool, and ample gardens. Crowe sold the villa for $11.5 million in 2003. But the current asking price for this mansion is a whopping $40 million.
Kurt Russell & Goldie Hawn – $6.9 Million, California
The Hollywood couple actors Goldie Hawn and Kurt Russell have sold their Pacific Palisades home for $6.9 million. The couple has shared the house for more than a decade and finally sold it in 2017. It’s a Georgian-style mansion built in 1951 but was, of course, renovated since. The estate features five bedrooms, five bathrooms, a gym, a media room, a big kitchen, and a formal dining room as well. Goldie and Russell, who have been dating since 1983, bought the house in 2004 for slightly over $4 million. They originally listed it for $7.25 million.
Donald Sutherland – $2.995 Million, Palisades Beach
Interscope Records A&R exec Neil Jacobson bought an oceanfront home from Hollywood veteran Donald Sutherland, who was also its designer. Interscope is known for its involvement with artists like Will.I.Am, Robin Thicke, Lady Gaga, and Gwen Stefani. In 2015, Neil, who is also the current president of Geffen Records, listed his oceanfront abode located at Palisades Beach for the price of $2.995M. The townhouse features three spacious bedrooms, two bathrooms, a built-in library wall with an office desk, and a master suite with a great view of the beach.
Paul Hogan – $9 Million, Malibu
Paul Hogan is a world-famous actor, born in 1940. His career began in 1971, and he achieved worldwide fame with his role on Crocodile Dundee and its sequels. Paul al appeared on Flipper, Lightning Jack, and Charlie & Boots, and then he took a break from acting between 2009 and 2015. During that time, he toured Australia with his stand-up shows. His most recent role was in the 2018 comedy That’s Not My Dog. Paul sold his Malibu cool mansion in 2013 for $4.8M to actor Liam Hemsworth, who’s now married to Miley Cyrus. Liam listed it in 2016 at $9M.
Mitzi Gaynor – $10.3 Million, Beverly Hills
Mitzi Gaynor decided to part with her Beverly Hills Spanish villa and placed a price tag of $5.495M on it in September 2013. The leading lady of the full movie South Pacific was immediately able to find a buyer in a developer named Nick Sinatra by January 2014 who bought it the lower price of $4.9M. The Spanish villa, constructed in 1929, had five bedchambers, six lavatories, a maid’s room, a pool, and a master bedroom suite with a balcony. Sinatra put the house back on the market for $11.5M after restoring and renovating it and it sold for $10.3M by May 2016.
George Hamilton -$1.2 Million, West Palm Beach, FL
This 1,797-square-foot pad was put up for sale in 2009 for $1.2M by the iconic George Hamilton who was known for his frequent tanning sessions back in the day. Hamilton had this place under his ownership for a year since he decided to sell it after repairing and fixing it up with things like white glass tiles that were worth $100K. George bought the two-bedroom, two-bathroom home for $525K in May 2008. The deluxe house had two balconies, a built-in coffee maker, a wine cooler, a European-style kitchen, TVs with big screens, a sound system, and a game setup. His former home was really something!
Faye Dunaway – $1.45 Million, West Hollywood
Dorothy Faye Dunaway is a world-famous Oscar-winning actress who was born in 1941, while her career began in 1962. She also won three Golden Globes and numerous other accolades. Faye is best known from Network, which won her the Best Actress in a Leading Role Oscar Award, while her roles on Chinatown and Bonnie and Clyde got her nominated for two more in the same category. She was also on Mommie Dearest, The Two Jakes, The Rules of Attraction, and on The American Connection in 2017. Faye once lived in this West Hollywood property built in 1925, which was recently sold again for $1.45M.
Shirley MacLaine – $18 Million, New Mexico
After she decided to put her New Mexico ranch on the market, Shirley MacLaine wasn’t entirely sure how to price the approximately 7,450-acre property. The acting veteran referred to psychics, who advised her to sell it at $30M. However, MacLaine ultimately settled for $18M because of her inclination towards numerology. The Plaza Blanca, Santa Fe Ranch – where she allegedly experienced frequent UFO sightings – boasts of a 10,000-square-foot house, swimming pool, caretaker’s lodge, horse barn, chicken coop, greenhouse, and a stone labyrinth. Wind generators, as well as solar panels, power the entire place.
Judd Hirsch – $1.56 Million, Studio City
Judd Seymore Hirsch is an actor born in 1934, whose career in entertainment debuted in 1959. He is probably best known as Alex Rieger from Taxi, a TV comedy series that aired between 1978 and 1983. Judd was also on Dear John, NUMB3RS, Ordinary People, Running on Empty, Independence Day, and A Beautiful Mind. His fairly recent roles were on Law & Order: Special Victims Unit and The 5th Quarter, in 2018. Judd lives in Studio City, in a hillside deluxe house worth $1.56M, which features 2,400 square feet of interior space, with two bedrooms, and two and a half bathrooms.
Ursula Andress – $2.28 Million, Beverly Hills
Actress Ursula Andress came into this world in 1936, while her career ran from 1957 to 2005. She is most famous for being the Bond girl Honey Ryder in Dr. No, while she was also on Casino Royale as Vesper Lynd. Ursula also did a host of other films like The Southern Star, The 10th Victim, Fun in Acapulco, The Mountain of the Cannibal God, She, and Clash of the Titans. Her last role before going on retirement was on The Bird Preachers, in 2005. She owned this Beverly Hills house and sold in 2017 for $2.995M, while it was again on the market later that year for $2.28M.
Rita Moreno – Undisclosed, Bay Area
Rita Moreno has been active in the entertainment scene since 1943. She is probably best known for her roles on The King and I, West Side Story, The Electric Company, and Oz. Rita was also on Where on Earth Is Carmen Sandiego?, Play It by Ear, Cane, Happily Divorced, and Six Dance Lessons in Six Weeks. In 2019, she appeared on Carmen Sandiego and One Day at a Time. Rita’s house in Bay Area, California, features a contemporary décor and 5,500 square feet of space. Its price is undisclosed, but it is known that she has a large portrait of the late actor, Marlon Brando, on the wall.
Alex Trebek – $1.4 Million, California
We’ve heard the news that Alex Trebek, the host of Jeoprady! has listed his lake house for $1.4 million. Alex Trebek’s Lake Nacimiento home features three bedrooms and two bathrooms and it is fully furnished as well. The estate reportedly also features a separate building with a bathroom. Trebek has been the host of the popular game show since 1984 and has acquired a $50-million fortune. In 2019, Trebek revealed his struggle with stage IV cancer but said that he would continue to fight and host the show for as long as possible.
Bob Eubanks – $1.982 Million, California
Most people know Bob Eubanks for being the host of The Newlywed Game. Bob and his wife Deborah James, put their Normandy-style house up for sale originally for $2.66 million. They didn’t manage to sell it with their first try. The house takes up almost 5,000 square feet of land and consists of four bedrooms, 5.5 bathrooms, an office, and a pool with stone walkways and fountains. He tried selling the mansion again two years later for $2.595 million and again couldn’t until he got a deal for $1.982 million. Even though no one can say he’s fit for a real estate agent, he sure is fit for a game show host!
Jill St. John – $15 Million, Old Oak Road, Brentwood, CA
Jill St. John started acting when she was nine, in 1949. She left Hollywood indefinitely in 2002, but as of 2014, she has been active again. She is undoubtedly most famous as Bond girl Tiffany Case from Diamonds Are Forever, released in 1971. Jill’s other roles were on Who’s Minding the Store?, The Liquidator, The Player, Tony Rome, The Trip, The Calling, and Northpole. She has been married to Robert Wagner since 1990, and the two have sold this Brentwood house in 2007 for approximately $15M. It has 4,556 square feet of space, six bedrooms, five bathrooms, and a separate guest house.
Christopher Lloyd – Undisclosed, Montecito
Born in 1938, actor/comedian Christopher Lloyd started building his portfolio in 1961. He debuted on One Flew Over the Cuckoo’s Nest, while he is undoubtedly best known from the Back to the Future movie trilogy, where he played Dr. Emmett “Doc” Brown. Christopher also appeared in famous films like Who Framed Roger Rabbit, The Addams Family, and Addams Family Values. In 2018, he was seen on One By One and Guess Who Died. Christopher lives in Montecito, California, where he sold one house in 2007 and bought a smaller one in the same neighborhood, but it was reportedly destroyed by a wildfire in 2008.
Sally Field – $7.9 Million, Malibu
It was in 1962 when Sally Field started acting professionally. She began with roles on TV shows like Gidget and The Flying Nun. Sally gained more fame when she played in movies such as Smokey and the Bandit, Heroes, Hooper, and she won two Oscars for Norma Rae and Places in the Heart, in the ‘80s. Her other notable portrayals were on Steel Magnolias, Kiss Me Goodbye, and Forrest Gumps. She was seen on a TV Mini-Series entitled Maniac, in 2018. Sally owned this Malibu luxury real estate which was listed again in 2016 at $7.9M.
Arlene Dahl – $8.5 Million, Upstate NY
Arlene Dahl is an actress whose career ran from 1947 to 1999. Born in 1925, Dahl gained recognition throughout the ‘50s and the Golden Age of Hollywood. Her MGM roles include The Bride Goes Wild, A Southern Yankee, and Reign of Terror. Arlene was also on Three Little Words, Land Raiders, while her last portrayal was on Ron Russell’s Set the Record Straight, in 2009. She listed her Upstate New York house in 2008 at $8.5M. It was built in 1859 and comes with eleven acres of land. Dahl is the mother of actor Lorenzo Llamas.
Jane Withers – $4.5 Million, Bel Air
Former actress Jane Withers began her Hollywood career in 1929 when she was only three years old. She was a prolific child actress and the winner of the Young Artist Award-Former Child Star “Lifetime Achievement” Award. Withers was regarded as one of the most famous child actresses from the ‘30s and the ‘40s. She is also known from the Comet cleanser commercials and movies like Boy Friend, Shooting High, The Hunchback of Notre Dame, and Giant. Jane retired in 2002. This house, once owned by Jane, was again listed for $4.5M. It was bought for Jane in 1936 by her parents.
Valerie Harper – $4.2 Million, Santa Monica
The year 1956 saw the beginning of Valerie Harper’s acting career. She is perhaps best known from The Mary Tyler Moore Show and Rhoda, its spin-off, while she was also on The Hogan Family. Her notable movie roles include Freebie and the Bean, Chapter Two, My Mom and the Girl, and Stars in Shorts: No Ordinary Love. Harper voices Jennifer Clarkeson on The Simpsons, too. In 2015, Valerie listed this Hacienda in Santa Monica. It was built in 1920, while Valerie reportedly purchased it in 1996 for $765K. She put it up for sale at $4.2M, undoubtedly to account for her investments over the years.