Quinta Brunson bought a house in Los Angeles – DIRT

Up-and-coming comedian from West Philadelphia, Quinta Brunson, moved to Los Angeles in 2014, grabbed a job as an Apple Store technician and produced the comic Instagram series “The Girl Who’s Never Been on a Nice Date” in her free time. Her videos went viral – even sparking the mega-popular “Oh, he got monneeeeyyyyy” meme – and eventually led to a job at BuzzFeed, where the former Second City improvisation student created even more popular clips on topics like the benefits of shortness ( by the way, she is 1.70m tall).

After her appearance at BuzzFeed, Brunson bundled her newfound fame into one stop on the first season of HBO’s Emmy-nominated “A Black Lady Sketch Show,” along with roles on ABC’s “Single Parents” and The CW’s “iZombie”. She also authored a book of deeply personal and humorous essays on her unusual road to fame called “She Memes Well”; and recently, the 32-year-old actor signed a new contract with ABC to create, write, produce and star in a 13-part work-place comedy series on Abbott Elementary that will be performed in a fictional Philadelphia public school plays.

All of Brunson’s success – she was named one of Forbes’ 30 Under 30 in Hollywood & Entertainment and one of The Hollywood Reporter’s Up-and-Coming Stars of 2020 “Next Gen” – has now resulted in her bought what she appears to be her first residence, a humble, if charming, $ 1.5 million home in the suburban township of Valley Village in the San Fernando Valley.

The 1960s home weighs just over 2,100 square feet and includes four bedrooms and three baths. Carefully maintained over the years, keeping its original architectural details largely intact, the place has been upgraded with modern conveniences.

A grassy lawn, sequoia fence, and decorative two-car garage front the single-story taupe and white house, highlighted by an arched and sky-lit courtyard that leads to double doors. Inside is a spacious great room with the original floating fireplace and glass sliders that lead outside. An adjoining dining area connects to the custom-made kitchen, which is equipped with high-quality stainless steel appliances and a dining island.

A separate wing houses all four bedrooms, including a master suite with a walk-in closet and a luxurious bathroom with two vanities and a glass-enclosed shower, while the landscaped garden houses the original pool, flanked by a sun terrace and a new pergola, which is ideal for the outside area is suitable for eating. Michelle Hirsch of Keller Williams kept the listing; Brunson was represented by Daniel Ohana from The Agency.

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