Although she lived in the John Woolf-designed, Hollywood Regency-style home for a couple of years after her 2001 purchase, the Ukraine-born cover girl with the striking eyes more recently had been renting it out.
Jovovich, 33, and director-writer Paul W.S. Anderson, 44, were married last month in an outdoor ceremony at another home she owns in the Los Angeles area.
Anderson, a director, producer and writer for the "Resident Evil" sci-fi thriller films, met Jovovich when they worked on the first of the series together. She battled zombies as Alice in the 2002, 2004 and 2007 movies and will reprise her character in "Resident Evil: Afterlife" (2010). She has the female leads in "A Perfect Getaway" (2009) and "The Fourth Kind," due out in November.
The international spokesmodel for L'Oreal had her first major role in "Return of the Blue Lagoon" (1991) and also starred in "The Fifth Element" (1997) and "The Messenger: The Story of Joan of Arc" (1999).
When she isn't busy saving the world from the "undead," Jovovich is also a singer and fashion designer.
The house she sold, built in 1975, came on the market in February at $3,299,000. Public records show she paid $1.8 million for it.
The listing agent was Galina Blackman of Coldwell Banker, Beverly Hills. Judy Cycon and Ed Solorzano, both with Prudential California Realty, Beverly Hills, represented the buyer.
On the road to its next owner
Still referred to as the Bing Crosby Estate, a Toluca Lake home that has had a succession of Hollywood owners is listed at $10 million.
The singer and actor lived on the property from 1936 until early January 1943, when the 20-room house there was gutted in a Christmas tree fire, according to L.A. Times news reports. The damage to the structure and its contents was estimated at $200,000, and the family's cocker spaniel, a complete collection of Crosby's recordings, his golf trophies and his pipe collection were lost.
Crosby, who was golfing at the time of the fire, said he felt fortunate that his wife, Dixie Lee, and their four sons escaped injury.
His film stand-in Leo Lynn and his brother Larry Crosby helped sift through the ruins and found $2,000 in the pocket of one of Bing Crosby's coats.
The rebuilt Southern Colonial that stands on the site today has six bedrooms, 5 1/2 bathrooms and five fireplaces in 7,132 square feet. There is a living room with marble fireplace, a billiards room and a den with a wet bar.
The 2 acres of gated grounds include rose gardens, fruit trees, a tennis court with grandstands, an Olympic-size swimming pool, a 2 1/2 -bathroom cabana with changing rooms, sitting area and a kitchen, and a two-bedroom, two-bathroom guesthouse with a kitchen.
The estate was a childhood home of Micky Dolenz, the Monkees drummer and singer.
Subsequent owners included actor Andy Griffith in the 1980s and actor Jerry Van Dyke and his wife, Shirley, who sold the home in 1997 for $1.93 million, according to public records.
Crosby won a best actor Oscar for "Going My Way" (1944) and was paired with Bob Hope in the "Road" movies from 1940 to 1962.