The Wilshire Corridor condo that was home to Larry Harmon, who made Bozo the Clown famous, and his wife, Susan, is on the market in Westwood at $950,000.
The 2,600-square-foot corner unit features an open floor plan with living, dining and den areas. There’s a marble entry, an enclosed patio and fireplaces in the living room and master bedroom of the three-bedroom, three-bathroom condo.
The building, constructed in 1976, has a swimming pool and rooftop entertainment space.
Harmon, who died in 2008 at 83, bought the rights to Bozo the Clown in 1956 from Capitol Records. The promoter/entrepreneur started the first Bozo TV show three years later in L.A. By the late 1960s there were live-action Bozo television shows across the U.S. His Larry Harmon Pictures Corp. produced cartoons.
Martha Freeman of Nelson Shelton & Associates and Arlene Carabet of Arlene R. Levand are the listing agents.
By : LAUREN BEALE
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