In the 1990s, it was hard to turn on the TV without seeing Miguel Ferrer's face. The actor -- the oldest of five kids born to actress-singer Rosemary Clooney and Academy Award winner Jose Ferrer -- simultaneously appeared in three prime-time TV series.
Ferrer, who more recently has co-starred in "Crossing Jordan" (2001-07) and NBC's "Bionic Woman" (2007) has listed his Hidden Hills home at $4,999,999. He co-owns the property with his wife, entertainment industry executive Lori Weintraub. The Mediterranean estate has 9,735 square feet and enough room for horse facilities. There is a chef's kitchen with a breakfast area, a spacious family room and entertainment area, and a master bedroom suite with three walk-in closets. The property has a pool, spa, barbecue pavilion and a putting green. Ferrer is said to be a golf nut.
Hidden Hills is a gated community. The Kardashian family and actress Denise Richards also own homes there that are on the market.
In the early 1990s, Ferrer appeared as D.A. Todd Spurrier in "Shannon's Deal," as cop Beau Jack Bowman in "Broken Badges" and as the abrasive FBI forensics specialist Albert Rosenfield in "Twin Peaks." He was nominated in 1999 for a Grammy for the best spoken word album for children for his work in Disney's "The Lion King II."
Dana Olmes of Ewing & Associates, Sotheby's International Realty, shares the listing with Deirdre Daniels of Coldwell Banker, Brentwood West.Copyright © 2015, The Baltimore Sun