‘Ross The Intern’ Spends $1.1M For New Glendale Home
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'Ross The Intern' rose to fame on the Tonight Show with Jay Leno and subsequent TV appearances
3 bedrooms, 3 bathrooms, 3,788 square feet, views
Looks like it wasn’t an unpaid internship!
Mathews’ high-pitched voice and effervescent personality got him noticed, and he rose to fame with his role as intern and later an on-air correspondent for The Tonight Show with Jay Leno. Mathews has since gone on to rake in the dough with other TV appearances that include fawning over celebrities on red carpet events for E!, a stint on Celebrity Fit Club and The Insider, and a spot as a regular panelist on Chelsea Handler’s hilarious late night show, Chelsea Lately. He’s slated to star in his own talk show “Hello Ross” on E! in late 2013.
Ross Mathews and his long time partner, stylist Salvador Camarena, just sold their teeny tiny starter home/bungalow in Los Angeles’ Atwater Village for $676,500 and have now upgraded to a bigger, better canyon-view spread in Glendale.
Mathews and Camarena’s new home is a remodeled three-level contemporary on its own private road. With 3 bedrooms, 3 bathrooms and 3,788 square feet, the home also boasts a newly-built custom kitchen, a master suite on its own floor, a downstairs game room, wine cellar and incredible patios for entertaining.
Aside from this new Glendale home, they also own another home in Palm Springs, CA.
Andy Guzman of Executive Realty Solutions represented the seller in this transaction and Arleen Cohen of Keller Williams Realty was Mathew’s agent.
Images via the MLS.