‘Franklin & Bash’s’ Breckin Meyer lands a 1960s home in Hollywood Hills


Actor Breckin Meyer, who starred on the comedy-crime series “Franklin & Bash,” has bought a house in the Hollywood Hills for $1.617 million.

The Traditional single-story home, built in 1964, has been partially refurbished and features wide-plank, dark walnut floors, an updated kitchen, recessed lighting and remodeled bathrooms. The double-door entry and use of glass brick partition walls retain some of the ‘60s vibe.

A two-sided fireplace connects the living and family rooms.

There are dining and breakfast areas, a glass-brick bar, three bedrooms, three bathrooms and nearly 2,200 square feet of living space. The master suite accesses a swimming pool with a spa.


Views take in the surrounding mountains.

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Meyer, 41, voiced characters in the animated series “Robot Chicken” from 2005 to 2014 and “King of the Hill” (2000-10). His film credits include “Road Trip” (2000), “Garfield” (2004) and “Clueless” (1995).

The property previously sold in 2007 for $1.435 million, public records show. A hat tip to Celebrity Address Aerial for calling our attention to the purchase.

Jacqueline Chernov of Berkshire Hathaway HomeServices California Properties was the listing agent. Tori Horowitz of Deasy Penner & Partners represented the buyer.

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