Michael Showalter, who recently reprised his role as a teen summer camp counselor in Netflix’s “Wet Hot American Summer,” just sold his Prospect-Lefferts Gardens townhouse for $1.6 million.
The home, located at 25 Clarkson Avenue, has four bedrooms and three bathrooms and spans 1,920 feet, the New York Post reported. The Corcoran Group’s Christine Brandle Dugan handled the sale. The townhouse has been renovated and its woodwork restored in a style reminiscent of “The Great Gatsby” era, according to Corcoran’s listing.
Showalter bought the home in 2010, according to property records.
Showalter, who is a fixture of sorts in the cult comedy world, co-wrote and starred in the 2001 film and later TV version of “Wet Hot American Summer.” He is also known for the short-lived sketch comedy show “The State” and the comedy trio “Stella.” [NYP] — Kathryn Brenzel