2011 brought a lot of changes for Tony Danza of
Taxi and Who's the Boss fame. In March, the actor filed for divorce from his wife of 24 years and now word comes that the Brooklyn native has listed his Malibu home, which he has owned for the last 25 years. On the market for $9.1 million, the property, located on a 50-foot stretch of prime Malibu oceanfront, is as luxurious as they come. View the listing.
2011 has brought a lot of changes for Tony Danza. In March, the actor got divorced from his wife of 24 years, and now word comes that he has listed his Malibu home of 25 years. On the market for $9.1 million, the property, located on a 50-foot stretch of prime Malibu oceanfront, is as luxurious as they come.
View the listing.
Danza divorced this spring from his wife of 24 years, Tracy Robinson—seen here with her husband at Comic Relief in 1986.
The pair had been separated since 2006 before their divorce, but here they share a public kiss at an event in 2004.
These days, the home's rambling master suite—and its other four bedrooms—might be a little too much for one person.
...especially with that fireplace and view. Imagine waking up to dolphins swimming in the Pacific and waves crashing on the rocks!
The Brooklyn, N.Y.-bred actor's Malibu master bathroom could house an entire one-bedroom New York apartment.
Danza got his start on '70s sitcom "Taxi" opposite Christopher Lloyd and Marilu Henner, plus a handful of other future stars. An aspiring boxer at the time, he hadn't given acting a thought till he was cast as a boxer-cum-cabbie in the show.
But Danza really shot to stardom playing a live-in housekeeper on the '80s sitcom "Who's the Boss?"
On the home's first floor is this incredible living room with a fireplace, floor-to-ceiling windows and wide open floor plan—not to mention wide open ocean views...
...and Coney Island it isn't.
Danza has been keeping busy rubbing shoulders with old friends in Los Angeles. He was all smiles with fellow '70s sitcom star Henry Winkler (a.k.a. the Fonz) at "The Zookeeper"'s premiere this month.
The dining room of the home he's selling is ideal for entertaining...
...but maybe he does enough entertaining already. In 2005, he performed his song-and-dance "Tony Danza Show" in Las Vegas.
In recent years, he starred as Max Bialystock in the Broadway and Las Vegas productions of hit musical "The Producers." He also made his mark on Broadway in a 1999 revival of "The Iceman Cometh" opposite Kevin Spacey.
The kitchen of the house he's now selling boasts a stained glass window, white cabinetry, a center island and, of course, more of that view.
There are also a cozy family and two detached guest suites.
Now that Danza's giving it up, who's gonna be the boss of this place?