I guess it means your famous when the LA Times feel compelled to print your living arrangements, eh? Do me a favor and don’t use this to go stalking the guy, okay?
From the “SoCal Living” section of the “LA Times”:
Sunset Strip Area Is Now Alien Territory
By RUTH RYON, Times Staff Writer
Jason Behr, who stars as an extraterrestrial attending high school on Earth in the WB sci-fi series “Roswell,” has leased a Sunset Strip-area home for a year at about $3,200 a month.
Behr, 26, plays Max Evans in “Roswell,” which premiered in the fall. He played a young gay man in the independent film “Rites of Passage” (1999), co-starring Dean Stockwell, and made his feature film debut in “Pleasantville” (1998).
Earlier, Behr had a recurring role in the WB’s teen series “Dawson’s Creek” (1998-99), was a cast regular in ABC’s short-lived drama “Push” (1998) and guest starred on “JAG,” “Buffy the Vampire Slayer” and “7th Heaven.”
Behr leased a Spanish-style home behind gates with two bedrooms and a fireplace in 800 square feet.
The house, which also has city views, is one of about half a dozen in an enclave built in the ’40s and refurbished during the last few years. A couple of other actors also lease in the enclave.
Brent Watson of Coldwell Banker, Beverly Hills, had the listing.
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