Frankie Muniz has put his house (N. Wetherly Drive, Los Angeles, CA) up for sale at $3,875,000. Which he bought in January of 2006 for $3,499,000. Some sources say he did “extensive” upgrades, so we are unsure of whether he will make a profit. Frankie has bought and sold several houses in the past.
Features in the Wetherly Drive house that Frankie is selling include four baths, an open floor plan, an outdoor fireplace, a pool and spa, a full surround sound system, a viewing deck, and a large master suite with pitched ceilings, skylights, two walk-in closets and a bath with an infinity tub, according to listing information. The 1,972-square-foot house was built in 1941 and sits on a very small, 0.17-acre lot, according to public records. Described as ‘hot property’ but the LATimes.
It is not yet known if Frankie has purchased a new home, but I’m sure we will find out soon.
The house at 1164 N. Doheny Drive above the Sunset Strip, which he purchased in mid-2003 through his 1164 North Doheny Drive Trust for an undisclosed amount and which he sold to actress Halle Berry’s New Start Trust in mid-2005 for $5,995,000, according to public records.
The 3,891-square-foot house at 1506 Blue Jay Way in the Bird Streets area of Los Angeles’ Hollywood Hills, which Muniz purchased in mid-2004 for an undisclosed amount. Muniz’s Blue Jay Way Trust sold the house in May 2005 for $3,900,000 to a non-celebrity after it had been listed for $3,995,000. Built in 1962, that house has nifty security features like fingerprint-recognition software. Blue Jay Way is the street where actress Jennifer Aniston owns (and rents out) a 2,903-square-foot house (at 1639 Blue Jay Way), which she purchased in 1995 through her Wonder Trust for $742,500, according to public records.
Forbes have named Frankie Muniz the 20th richest celebrity under 25, based on 2006 earnings.
Forbes with E! aired a TV show about the list last year. Although brief Frankie said he had 30 cars, he made $30,000 an episode at the beginning of Malcolm in the Middle and $120,000 at the end and based on those figures user MalcolmFun estimates he made 1/2 a million on Stay Alive.
Originally titled Intellectual Property, Dark Mindstarring Christopher Masterson is now available on DVD released December 4, 2007.
Paul, an optimistic inventor, turns into a recluse after facing a brutal betrayal. Convinced that Russians are spying on him, he struggles to protect his greatest invention: The Cube. When an accident thrusts him into the spotlight, his sense of reality is threatened and his world becomes twisted beyond recognition.
Andy Dick and Frankie are both guests on the Jimmy Kimmel Show. Andy is falling down drunk and disgusting on live TV and Frankie tells him “Dude, you smell like butthole.” Jimmy agrees at which point Andy whips it out and urinates on the both of them.
MO, Erik Per Sullivan’s latest film is coming to DVD on January 16. We have been in contact with one of the films producers (Monica Lederman) and we are excited to say that we have an opportunity to ask Erik and the films writer/director Brian Scott Lederman some questions.
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MO, an inspirational, stylized independent movie from first-time director Brian Scott Lederman. MO is an amusing, yet poignant true story about a boy living with Marfan syndrome, a serious connective tissue disorder. MO was the centerpiece film at this last year’s Malibu International Film Festival.
A few of those who were writers for Malcolm in the Middle have been featured in news articles during the term of this WGA (Writers Guild of America) Strike, or have posted their own articles or blogs on the subject. David Sacks and Jay Kogen are two such individuals.
Reuters reported on January 10th that Writer David Sacks is finding time between his current executive producer duties on Comedy Central’s The Root of All Evil to pen “Vigfus,” a parable about Vikings who end up in modern-day New York and find the city too gentle. “It has been a great outlet during the strike,” said Sacks, who with his writing partner Brian Ross recently turned in a second draft.
Writer Jay Kogen have wrote a long letter on January 6th to those taking part in the strike as well as the strike’s supporters. He speaks to the writers about how they should not listen to the AMPTP (Alliance of Motion Picture and Television Producers) until they are ready to deal, which he believes they are not at this time.
For more information and an overview of the WGA Strike, check out the entry in Wikipedia.
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