‘Amazing Race’ producer Jonathan Littman buys ‘Entourage’ house

The Encino manse was used in Season 7 of the series.
(Simon Berlyn)

Emmy-winning TV producer Jonathan Littman has purchased the “Entourage” house in Encino for $4.2 million, according to public records.

The setting of the HBO show’s Season 7 last year, the gated Tuscan-style villa has 9,010 square feet of living space with a media room, study, seven bedrooms and 10 bathrooms. Features include 22-foot-high beamed ceilings and seven fireplaces. The master suite has an exercise room and French doors leading to a private patio with a spa.

The lot, more than three-quarters of an acre, includes a mosaic-tiled pool, spa and waterfall. An additional 1,975-square-foot outdoor living space has a kitchen, a barbecue, a bar and a fireplace.

Littman, an executive at Jerry Bruckheimer Television, has been a producer for shows including “Chase” (2010-11), “CSI: Crime Scene Investigation” (2000-present) and “The Amazing Race” (2001-present), for which he shares seven Emmys.


Jill Krutchik of Rodeo Realty represented the Littman. Bob Hurwitz of Hurwitz James Co., Beverly Hills, had the listing, the Multiple Listing Service shows.