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Richard Pryor’s Onetime Los Angeles Home SellsMay 8, 2017

Richard Pryor’s Onetime Los Angeles Home Sells

A Los Angeles estate once owned by the late comedian Richard Pryor—and where he set himself on fire—has sold for $2.5 million after more than a year on the market.

The buyer is Rashard Mendenhall, a retired professional football player-turned-television writer. Mr. Mendenhall played five seasons with the Pittsburgh Steelers and one with the Arizona Cardinals before retiring three years ago at age 26 to pursue a career as a writer. Now he is a writer for the HBO comedy “Ballers,” which is centered around a group of football…

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