Comedian Jason Nash snaps up hillside home in Studio City

Jason Nash's Studio City home
The Studio City home takes in city and mountain views.
(Berlyn Photography)

Comedian, actor and YouTube personality Jason Nash has purchased a home in the hills of Studio City for $1.33 million.

Built in 1940, the renovated house has city and mountain views. Inside, some 1,400 square feet of living space includes two bedrooms, three bathrooms, an updated kitchen and a family room. A bonus room/office has a separate entrance.

Bifold doors open to a tiled patio, and lower decking creates additional living space. Fruit trees dot the terraced backyard, which extend down the hillside.


The property previously changed hands four years ago for $950,000, records show. It had been listed since September for $1.375 million.

Michelle Lally and Jesse Lally of Hilton & Hyland were the listing agents. Karen Medved of Compass represented the buyer.

Nash, 46, made a name for himself on the video-hosting service Vine before pivoting to YouTube, where he has grown his channel to nearly 2.5 million subscribers. The former “Last Comic Standing” contestant co-wrote, directed and appeared in the 2016 film comedy “FML,” which stars Busy Philipps.