Producer Glenn Gordon Caron and his wife, actress Tina Caron, have sold their Pacific Palisades residence for $5.69 million.
Glenn Caron created, wrote and produced "Medium" (2005-2011), in which Tina Caron was a recurring guest star. In the 1980s he created and produced the hit romantic comedy "Moonlighting," starring Bruce Willis and Cybill Shepherd.
The Carons bought the house in 2005 for $4.75 million, public records show.
Ernie Carswell and Christopher Pickett of Teles Properties, Beverly Hills, were the listing agents. Holly Davis of Coldwell Banker, Pacific Palisades, represented the buyer.
Looks like Hills digs are expendable
Actor Jason Statham, he of "The Transporter" movies, has listed his Hollywood Hills contemporary for sale at $2,749,000.
The single-story post-and-beam house has floor-to-ceiling glass walls at the back that open to a pool and seating area. The 1957 house has three bedrooms and three bathrooms.
Statham, 43, stars in this year's films "Blitz" and "The Mechanic" and was a voice in "Gnomeo & Juliet." He starred last year in the action thriller "The Expendables."
Public records indicate Statham bought the property in 2005 for $2.4 million.
Peter Lorimer of Peter Lorimer Group Estates, Beverly Hills, is the listing agent.
Are they following the home team?
Pro hockey player Brad Stuart and his wife, Melissa, have sold their Manhattan Beach home for $2.1 million, the MLS shows.
The Mediterranean-style house, built in 2006, has a sweeping staircase, a coffered dining room ceiling and a patio with a fireplace. The 4,547-square-foot home has five bedrooms and five bathrooms.
Stuart, 31, played for the Los Angeles Kings before he was traded to the Detroit Red Wings in time to help them win the 2008 Stanley Cup.
He bought the property in 2007 for $2,564,500.
June Emerson of South Bay Brokers was the listing agent, according to the MLS.