The comedian and host of E! Channel's "The Soup" paid $5.15 million in October 2014 for this Studio City compound. The property was sold by film director Gary Ross, best-known for smash hits such as "Seabiscuit" and the original "Hunger Games" movie.
The compound has an interior designed by noted designer Madeline Stuart and architects Tichenor & Thorp. The property also featured a pool and a tennis court on more than 1 acre.
McHale's previous residence in the Hollywood Hills (which he still owns) is also featured on this site.
By gordonhigh @ 2015-01-08 12:59:01