Dan Castellaneta Voice of “Homer Simpson” Selling SoCal Digs

The voice behind Homer Simpson, Krusty the Clown and Groundskeeper Willie has listed his Pacific Palisades crib for $5.75 million. Dan Castellaneta, who has lent his voice to The Simpsons characters for the last 23 years, is moving just a few blocks away from this 1920s Tudor to a modern glass dwelling that he recently purchased for $5.7 million. View the listing.

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The voice behind Homer Simpson, Krusty the Clown and Groundskeeper Willie has listed his Pacific Palisades crib for $5.75 million. Dan Castellaneta, who has lent his voice to <I>The Simpsons</i> characters for the last 23 years, is moving just a few blocks away from this 1920s Tudor to a modern glass dwelling that he recently purchased for $5.7 million. <a href="http://www.redfin.com/CA/Pacific-Palisades/13544-Lucca-Dr-90272/home/6847162" target="_blank">View the listing</a>.
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The $5.75 million asking price for Castellaneta's home is exactly what the comedian paid for the spread in December 2006.
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The spacious backyard includes a pool and this covered lounge area.
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French doors in the living room open directly to the patio.
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The living room features a reading nook, along with a tiled fireplace.
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The voiceover comedian who popularized Homer's "d'oh" catchphrase is married to Deb Lacusta, who is a contributing writer to the long-running show.
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Cozy alcoves like this one are spread throughout the 4,415 square foot crib.
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The two-story home was constructed by architect Gerard Colcord who has designed abodes for Alan Ladd, Norton Simon and Henry Fonda. <I>Indiana Jones</i> star Harrison Ford currently resides in a Colcord-designed home.
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A view of the dining room.
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Adjacent to the kitchen is this breakfast room that features an oval marble table and paned glass windows.
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A view of the black and white gourmet kitchen. Where are Homer's doughnuts?
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The upstairs hallways is equipped with built-in shelving. Judging by the book-laden shelves, the comedian and his writer wife are quite the book worms.
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A view of the master suite that has its own private balcony and fireplace. The home has four bedrooms total.
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A view of one of the 3.5 baths in the residence.
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The studio/media room includes its own bathroom, high ceilings, and even more shelving.
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The spacious backyard includes a large entertainment and dining space.
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The Castellaneta-Lacusta pair are decamping to a much more contemporary abode that features four bedrooms, 4.5 baths, and nearly all glass walls throughout.
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