For actress Maura Tierney,
it's a double wrap of sorts. Her decade-long stint has ended on the now defunct TV hit "ER", and she has sold her Hancock Park-area house for $2,175,000, according the Multiple Listing Service. The 3,051-square-foot Craftsman had been listed at $2,195,000 since late February.
The new owners of the restored 1913 home are acting couple Tom Lennon
and Jenny Robertson
Lennon, 38, played shorts-wearing Lt. Jim Dangle on "Reno 911!"
(2003-08) and has appeared in the 2009 films "17 Again" and " I Love You, Man
." The comedic actor also has screenwriting credits, including "Balls of Fury" (2007) and "Herbie Fully Loaded" (2005). Roberston, 45, has appeared in "Reno 911!" and other television shows and films.
The house the pair purchased has four bedrooms and three bathrooms plus a guesthouse. It had been restored and features built-in vintage cabinetry and period details.
Emil Alexander of Prudential California Realty, Pacific Palisades, was the listing agent. Rick Llanos of Coldwell Banker, Hancock Park North, represented the buyers.
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