Entertainment exec Frank Biondi Jr. wants $24M for his Brentwood home

The owner previously served as president and CEO of Viacom

TRD LOS ANGELES /
Oct.October 11, 2017 08:00 AM
Frank Biondi and Brentwood Estate (Credit: Getty)

After nearly 20 years of residence, the industry veteran is calling “cut.”

Hollywood veteran Frank Biondi Jr. listed his home on Rockingham Avenue in Brentwood for $23.9 million, Variety reported.

Originally built by Wallace Neff for Eugene Allen in 1968 and expanded by renowned architect Robert A.M. Stern., the French Manor-style estate has four bedrooms and nine bathrooms across 9,300 square feet. Amenities include a digital screening room, manicured gardens, a swimming pool with a spa and a clay tennis court.

The entertainment executive purchased the property in 1996 for nearly $4.1 million from producer couple Kathleen Kennedy and Frank Marshall, records show.
Linda May of Hilton & Hyland has the listing.

Frank Biondi Jr. has served executive roles at Viacom and Universal Studios. Currently, he’s the director for several companies, including Yahoo, Seagate, Cablevision and Hasbro. The entertainment mogul recently scooped up a condominium on Wilshire Boulevard with his wife, Carol, for $3.25 million. [Variety]Natalie Hoberman


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