The actor, producer and former model, lived here with his wife Jenna Dewan. He sold the house in 2015 for about $2.7M.
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After beginning his career as a fashion model, he has branched out into acting roles, appearing in the films "Havoc" (2005), "Coach Carter" (2005), "Supercross" (2005), "She's the Man", then "Step Up", and "A Guide to Recognizing Your Saints", all of which were released in 2006.
This house once was owned by film director Ron Shelton, who directed "Bull Durham", "Tin Cup", "White Men Can’t Jump" and "Hollywood Homicide". Records show that Shelton sold the house in 1998 for $560,000 to the family that sold it to Tatum.