From 'Survivor' to seller

Actor Jonathan Penner and his wife, film director and producer Stacy Title, sold their Los Feliz home. (Jeffrey Ong)

Update: Two-time "Survivor" contestant and actor Jonathan Penner and his wife, film director and producer Stacy Title, have sold their home in Los Feliz for $1,641,250.


The Monterey colonial revival, built in 1933, has 2,745 square feet of space including a paneled den with a fireplace, four bedrooms with balconies and 2 1/2 bathrooms.

Penner, 49, appeared in the 13th season of the reality series in the Cook Islands and was forced to leave Season 16's fans-versus-favorites competition in Micronesia after a knee wound became infected.

The actor starred in the TV series "Rude Awakening" (1998-2001) and "The Naked Truth" (1995-97). He was in "The Last Supper" (1995), which Title directed. The couple have worked together on other projects, including the Academy Award-nominated short film "Down on the Waterfront" (1993).

The property previously sold for $532,000 in 1996, according to public records. It came on the market in February at $1,779,000.

Gary Bergevin of Prudential California Realty, Los Feliz, was the listing agent. Lillian Tollman of Gold Star Realty, Encino, represented the buyer.

lauren.beale@latimes.com