Robert Picardo of "Star Trek: Voyager" and "StarGate" fame has sold his home in Pasadena for $6,475,500.
The English Tudor Revival-style residence, built in 1913, is a prime example of the work of Rose Bowl architect Myron Hunt.
The updated house features a grand foyer, a living room, a sun room, a formal dining room, a family room, a kitchen with a butler's pantry and two powder rooms. The 8,742-square-foot house has a game room, six bedrooms and five bathrooms on the upper level.
A two-bedroom guesthouse above the three-car garage has a bathroom and 927 square feet of space.
Grounds of more than an acre include mature trees, lawn, a swimming pool and an outdoor kitchen/patio area.
Picardo, 61, will be in this year's TV movies "Star Trek: Renegades" and "Cozmo's" as well as the films "Mansion of Blood" and "Occupants." Last year he starred in the miniseries "Morganville: The Series."
The busy actor was nominated for an Emmy for his role as Coach Cutlip on "The Wonder Years" (1988-91) while he was also starring in "China Beach."
Picardo bought the property in 2000 for $1.765 million, public records show, and had listed it at $7.2 million.
Barbara Rogers of Coldwell Banker was the listing agent.