Hollywood celebrities are living life, owning expensive cars, living in fabulous houses. Those on the top of the list may mostly be movie stars, but mixed with that are a few famous comedians. You have laughed at their jokes while watching them on screen, but now be prepared to be green with envy when you check out the incredible real life houses of your favorite comedians.
1. Melissa Mccarthy - $1.4 Million, Toluca Lake
As one of the "It" comedy actresses in Hollywood currently, there is no doubt that she is one of the highest-paid ones too. She and her actor husband Ben Falcone are said to be renting out their house at $10,000 per month since they moved into their new 9,000 square-foot mansion also in Toluca Lake. They bought this 2,167-square-foot residence for $780,000 in 2009, and the house has three bedrooms and 2.5 bathrooms. They originally planned to sell the house at $1.4 million but we guess they changed their minds.
2. Eddie Murphy - $20 Million, Beverly Hills
Ever wondered Eddie Murphy's net worth? As one of the highest-paid actors in Hollywood, Murphy has owned multiple condos in Manhattan, mansions in New York, plus a couple of places in California. It was in 2005 that Murphy overhauled this extravagant mansion for a reported $20 million. The 8,598-square-foot house has 10 bedrooms, 17 bathrooms, a pool and a bowling alley.
3. Whoopi Goldberg - $8.8 Million, Pacific Palisades
The acclaimed actress, comedian, children's book author, a rare winner of an Oscar, Emmy, Tony, Grammy and Golden Globe, Whoopi Goldberg, recently listed her house for a whopping $8.8 million, over $6 million more than the $2.5 million she bought for in 1993. The two-story residence measures in at 7,039 square feet with 5 bedrooms and 5.5 bathrooms. There is also a separate guest apartment a detached 3-car garage that includes a fireplace, full kitchen, and bathroom.
4. Owen Wilson - $1.52 Million, Pacific Palisades
Pacific Palisades seems to be a favorite among Hollywood celebrities, one of them being Owen Wilson. Wilson is building an impressive real estate portfolio, with this three-bedroom Pacific Palisades home being the latest addition. Owen Wilson also owns houses in Santa Monica, Hawaii, and Los Angeles.
5. Bill Cosby - Undisclosed Amount, Pacific Palisades
Bill Cosby, 81, most famous for starring in The Cosby Show for many years, was recently found guilty of aggravated indecent assault for drugging and sexually assaulting Andrea Constand. He is now serving his sentence. However, his house is a pristine estate featuring 4,500 square feet of living space with 4 bedrooms, 4 bathrooms, plus a wooded backyard full of magnificent pines and other mature specimens.
6. Amy Schumer - $18.9 Million, Manhattan
Amy Schumer has won us all over with her bitingly honest and self-deprecating brand of humor. The 39-year-old comedian has had many houses in the past, but she currently lives in this expensive pad in Manhattan, New York. The $18.9 million place has 3,000 square feet of living space, 5 bedrooms and 5.5 bathrooms.
7. Jim Carrey - $14 Million, Malibu
Jim Carrey has just sold his gorgeous Malibu Colony home for a whopping $13.4 million. The 2,866-square-foot property is located on one of the best sections of sandy beach and the home design takes full advantage of that. Carrey bought this 5-bedroom, 5.5-bathroom beach house in 2002 for $9.75 million. The home also has a large rooftop viewing deck with Spa tub.
8. Kevin Hart - Undisclosed Amount, Pennsylvania
Kevin Hart has the uncanny ability to feel right at home anywhere he goes. The comedian recently showed off his new 268-square-foot tiny house. The estate is situated at Herald Square, but it has now been moved to Elizabethtown, Pennsylvania. The home is outfitted with all the amenities necessary, a lofted full-sized bed, plus a small kitchen with a colorful array of candy jars and a cozy living room.
9. Ben Stiller - $15 Million, West Village Home
With A-list neighbors like Jon Bon Jovi, it is no surprise that Ben Stiller is moving into this full-floor apartment. Listed for $15 million, this 3,400-square-foot space has 4 bedrooms and 4.5 bathrooms. The building itself offers 33,000 square feet of beautifully landscaped outdoor space, a lap pool, and a gym.
10. Roseanne Barr - $1.78 Million, Hawaii
It’s been nearly one year since Roseanne Barr was blacklisted by Hollywood for an offensive tweet, but that didn't affect her huge net worth. The comedian is known for owning multiple mansions, and one of them is this nut farm in Hawaii. The 2,212 square foot property features 3 bedrooms, 3.5 bathrooms, and a great ocean view.
11. Steve Martin - $11 Million, Montecito
Comedian Steve Martin, one of the most influential comedians of his generation, is known as an eccentric guy, so it is not at all surprising to see his recently sold house is something akin to a concrete bunker. The estate sports over 7,700 square feet of living space, 4 bedrooms, a swimming pool and a detached guest house.
12. Adam Sandler - $42.5 Million, Bel Air
SNL sure did produce lots of the entertainment industry's best comedians, and Adam Sandler is one of them. His house in Bel Air has a price tag of $42.5 million, features a tennis court, outdoor pool, and breathtaking scenery. It’s also surrounded by trees for maximum privacy.
13. Chevy Chase - $10 Million, East Hampton
A Saturday Night Live alumnus, Chevy Chase is one of the original members of the show. Despite the fact that he is semi-retired, Chase still has a whopping $50 million net worth and a number of houses like this one in East Hampton, New York. This 12,000-square-foot estate sits on 2.3 acres of land and has 10 bedrooms.
14. Jay Leno - $13.5 Million, Rhode Island
Comedian Jay Leno is the proud owner of an oceanfront mansion in Rhode Island. Always being careful with his money, the former host of NBC's The Tonight Show splurged a whopping $13.5 million on this mansion. Built in the 1930s, the estate was originally known as Terre Mare. The house features 15,851 square feet of living space with 12 bedrooms, 12 full bathrooms and 3.5 bathrooms.
15. Chris Rock - $3.85 Million, Brooklyn
Comedian Chris Rock purchased this three-story house in 1994 shortly after departing Saturday Night Live, but he has rented it out since 1996. Now he is letting go of this huge townhouse for $3.35 million, $500,000 below the original asking price of $3.85 million. The house boasts a loft-like style with exposed beams and brick walls. The estate has 3,700 square feet of living space, 2 bedrooms, a roof terrace, and a 2-car garage.