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Celebrity Real Estate Wrap: Michael Ovitz, Randolph Duke, Amy Yasbeck, Gossip Girl Co-Creator Selling

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Michael Ovitz has listed his seven-bedroom Brentwood home for $14.95 million, according to the Los Angeles Times. The listing is here. And has the Times laid off all the reporters who actually know anything about Ovitz? Check out the Wikipedia cut and paste job: Wikipedia: "Michael S. Ovitz (b. December 14, 1946, Los Angeles, California) is a former talent agent and Hollywood powerhouse who served as the head of the Creative Artists Agency from 1975 to 1995." LA Times: "Ovitz, who turns 62 in a few days, is the former talent superagent and Hollywood powerhouse who headed Creative Artists Agency from 1975 to 1995." Wikipedia: "Today, Ovitz is a private investor who continues to informally advise the careers of luminaries such as Martin Scorsese, David Letterman and Tom Clancy." LA Times: "Today, private citizen Ovitz is an investor who informally advises the careers of Martin Scorsese, Tom Clancy, Steven Seagal and Letterman -- and is rarely seen or heard from." C'mon! [LA Times]

Designer Randolph Duke has listed his Hollywood Hills house on Fareholm Drive for $8.250 million. According to Real Estalker, the home, which was designed by local firm XTEN Architects, has been featured in such magazines as Architectural Digest and British Elle Decor. We'll put up more images of the home later today. [Real Estalker]

Amy Yasbeck, the widow of actor John Ritter, has listed her four-bedroom home on Mulholland Terrace for $2.495 million. The listing is here, but according to Big Time Listings, Yasbeck doesn't use this home as her primary residence. [Big Time Listings]

That Hollywood Hills home that appeared on the site last week actually belongs to "Gossip Girl" co-creator and executive producer Stephanie Savage, who appears to be moving up in the real estate world. She has listed it at $924,500. [Real Estalker]
· Celeb Real Estate Archives [Curbed LA]