‘Gotham’ star Michael Chiklis catches a buyer for his Sherman Oaks estate


Michael Chiklis, the actor known for his television roles on “The Shield” and “Gotham,” has ended his search for a home buyer in Sherman Oaks, selling his house on about half an acre for $4.778 million.

The sale price is the highest ever for a property in the 91403 ZIP Code, according to real estate sources with knowledge of the area.

Built in 1946 and updated by designer Windsor Smith, the Traditional-style house has four bedrooms, four bathrooms and nearly 5,800 square feet of living space. An attached guest suite with a separate entrance holds another bedroom en suite and a parlor room.


Features of the home, which was previously owned by actor-singer David Hasselhoff, include beamed ceilings, Vermont pine floors and paneled walls. Walls of French doors open to varios patios for indoor-outdoor entertaining.

A great room with a fireplace, a living room, a billiards room and a screening room are among the common areas. In the chef’s kitchen, a broad island with two sinks anchors the space.

A swimming pool and spa, a basketball half-court, lawns and lush landscaping fill out the grounds.

Chiklis, 54, won an Emmy for his role as Vick Mackey on the long-running crime series “The Shield.” He joined the Fox series “Gotham” in 2015. His other credits include the film “Fantastic Four” (2005) and the shows “No Ordinary Family,” “Vegas” and “American Horror Story.”

He bought the house from Hasselhoff more than two decades ago for $1.1 million, records show.


Peter Maurice and Tregg Rustad of Rodeo Realty were the listing agents. Justin Alexander and Mick Partridge of Hilton & Hyland, an affiliate of Christie’s International Realty, represented the buyer.

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