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Condo that Bozo the Clown’s Larry Harmon called home is for sale

Bozo the clown

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.

Bozos house

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.


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