Certain articles on FishbowlNY wind up having a surprisingly long and vigorous click-life. One of the latest examples of this much appreciated phenomenon is our summer post about the estimated net worth of Larry David and Jerry Seinfeld.
Since the topic of how much cash the bald-headed half of this duo has stashed seems evergreen (in more ways than one), we thought we’d end the week by zeroing in on a portion of LA Times real estate columnist Lauren Beale’s latest “Hot Property” dispatch. When your TV credits include Seinfeld, it’s no problem to knock a couple of million off:
Larry David has curbed his enthusiasm by more than $2 million since he listed his Pacific Palisades estate in March at $14.999 million.
Priced now at $12.995 million, the gated English country mansion sits on nearly an acre in the Pacific Palisades with a guest house, mature trees and a swimming pool.
It’s possible at this point that the Palisades property is owned outright by David’s ex-wife Laurie. Meanwhile, perhaps our friends at @SeinfeldToday can source the info relayed by Beale for part of one of their next 140-character episodes. (“Jerry visits wealthy west coast friend; misplaces valuable heirloom in one of ten bathrooms.”)
Previously on FishbowlNY:
Larry David, Jerry Seinfeld: Nothing But Net Worth