HOME & GARDEN
January 15, 2004 |
There was something vaguely incongruous about the two of them together, squeezed into a corner of the small, posh room. Lynda Carter in layers of black, still Wonder Womanly after all these years, if admittedly more glam-ex-actress-matron now, and Blaine Trump, a porcelain doll in pastels with the well-tuned manners and well-blonded 'do of a fundraising socialite.
November 11, 1999 |
Actor Christian Slater, who has spent most of his time in New York for more than a year, has listed his Hollywood Hills home at about $2.4 million. Slater, 30, was born and raised in New York, and he appeared in the Broadway musicals "Copperfield" (1981) and "Merlin" (1983) before he moved to L.A. in 1987 and made his breakthrough film role in "Heathers" (1989).
December 1, 2002 |
Serena Williams, the world's top-ranked women's tennis player, has purchased a condo in a Westside high-rise for $1.4 million. The unit, on one of the higher floors of the tower, has two bedrooms in an estimated 2,000 square feet. The building has security, valet parking, a concierge, a fitness center and a pool. Williams--the reigning French Open, Wimbledon and U.S. Open champ--and her No. 2-ranked sister, Venus, also had a nine-bedroom home built in Florida, according to Ebony magazine.
February 15, 2000 |
TV & RADIO Goodman, Carsey-Werner Reteam for Fox: Former "Roseanne" star John Goodman, who has appeared in pivotal episodes of the first-year CBS series "Now and Again," is getting his own Fox series, set to premiere this fall. From "Roseanne" producers Carsey-Werner, the so-far-untitled comedy will center on two mismatched single fathers who share a home together with their teenage children.
October 13, 2002 |
Christian Slater, who co-stars with Val Kilmer in the upcoming movie "Mindhunters," has purchased a Westside home behind gates for just under $4.5 million. It's Slater's first home purchase in the L.A. area since he sold his Hollywood Hills home to actor Tim Allen for $2.2 million in January 2000. At the time, Slater was spending most of his time in his native New York. The home he just bought was newly built by high-end residential developer David Murdock Jr., whose father is Dole Food Co.