5 Homes of 2014 Emmy Award Winners

In the wake of the 66th Annual Emmy Awards, Redfin decided to take a look at some of the homes of the biggest winners of the night. Read on to get a closer look at how these stars live when you’re not watching them on screen.

Outstanding Actor in a Drama Series

Emmy award winner- Bryan Cranston's home

Bryan Cranston – “Breaking Bad”

It was a great night for the AMC show “Breaking Bad,” which won a total of five Emmy awards. One of those Emmys went to actor Bryan Cranston for Outstanding Actor in a Drama Series, beating out other big names in the category like Matthew McConaughey, Woody Harrelson and Kevin Spacey. Cranston owns this charming abode in Sherman Oaks, California, which is a much different scene than Albuquerque, New Mexico, where “Breaking Bad” was filmed. According to property records, Cranston scooped up his modest mansion in 2001 for $966,000. The four-bedroom, three-bathroom home spans 3,520 square feet and was built in 1941.

Outstanding Supporting Actor in a Drama Series

Emmy award winner- Aaron Paul's home

Aaron Paul – “Breaking Bad”

This isn’t Aaron Paul’s first rodeo. The actor was awarded with the Outstanding Supporting Actor award for “Breaking Bad” in 2010, 2013 and 2014. While the actor has been scooping up awards over the years, he has also scooped up some real estate. Paul splashed out $1.399 million for this Spanish Villa two years ago, and it is a far cry from any meth-making laboratory. The four-bedroom, 3.5-bathroom Los Angeles property is incredibly charming, with dark hardwood, tiled floors and beamed ceilings, not mention a fabulous rooftop deck! You’ll notice a fireplace in the fourth listing photo, but he might want to think about upgrading for more space since his award collection seems to keep on growing!

Outstanding Comedy Series

Emmy award winner- "Modern Family" home

“Modern Family”

“Modern Family” has stolen the spotlight in the Outstanding Comedy Series category for the past five years, taking home its fifth consecutive Emmy last night!  With over 11 million viewers, it’s no surprise that the home where it was filmed received a lot of buzz when it hit the market this past March. The property was used for the exterior shots of the show’s Dunphy family household. The Los Angeles estate has four bedrooms, 4.5 bathrooms and was listed for $2.35 million. It sold this past May for $2.15 million.

Outstanding Lead Actor in a Comedy Series

Emmy award winner- Jim Parsons' home

Jim Parsons – “The Big Bang Theory”

Jim Parsons is another actor who is no stranger to being awarded; he took home his fourth Emmy for Outstanding Lead Actor in a Comedy Series. According to the New York Observer, the decorated actor owns two units in New York City at 36 Gramercy Park East, which was converted to condos in 2009. Parsons scooped up the first condo with partner Todd Alan Spiewak for $1.8 million, and purchased the second for $2.82 million. The actor also received the award for Outstanding Supporting Actor in a Miniseries or a Movie for “The Normal Heart.”

Outstanding Directing for a Comedy Series

Emmy award winner- Gail Mancuso's home

Gail Mancuso – “Vegas” episode of “Modern Family”

This is the second year in a row that Gail Mancuso has been awarded for directing an episode on “Modern Family,” but she is no television newbie. She has worked on a number of shows including “30 Rock,” “Two and a Half Men,” “Ellen” and “Friends.” The seasoned TV vet resides in this four-bedroom, three-bathroom home in Santa Clarita, Calif.  The 2,279-square-foot home was built in 1985.

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