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Full House creator Jeff Franklin lists Beverly Hills home for $85 MILLION
Full House creator Jeff Franklin has put his massive Beverly Hills mansion on the market for a whopping $85 million.The 66-year-old filmmaker and screenwriter's plans for a big move were shared by real estate sources with TMZon Wednesday.The property has a gruesome history, as the mansion was built on the site where Sharon Tate and four friends were brutally murdered by followers of Charles Manson in 1969. Ready for a change: Full House creator Jeff Franklin, 66, has put his 21,000-square-foot mansion in Beverly Hills on the market for $85 million, TMZ reported on WednesdayFranklin also opened up his home recently for a reception for family members of the late comedian Bob Saget, who died on January 9 at 65 while in Orlando, Florida, in the midst of a standup tour.Saget starred as patriarch Danny Tanner on Franklin's series Full House and its Netflix continuation Fuller House, and he was also a respected standup comedian known for his edgy routines.The new owners of the mansion — which is located near Benedict Canyon — could easily get lost amid its 21,000 square feet, and the home boasts nine bedrooms and 18 bathrooms.
Mark Selby wife: Snooker star, 38, is married to a former pool player might recognise
snooker tournaments between 2003 and 2004.In 2003, she took part in Blackpool's WEPF Ladies World Championship, followed by the Ladies European Championship in Jersey.For the latter competition, Vikki made it to the semi-final before being defeated by fellow pool player Barbara Taylor.Vikki - who is now a full-time mum - was born in Ipswich.In her teenage years, she developed a broad interest in the sport.And though her career was short-lived, having only played in a handful of tournaments as a professional pool player, she's seemingly now living her dream through her partner.The doting couple became engaged in 2010 before tying the knot a year later.Their wedding ceremony was held in Mexico in May 2011, where they were joined by close friends and family members who watched as the couple exchanged their vows.While Vikki has since retired from pool, she shows her act of support by cheering him on at all of his snooker games.When Mark won his second world title against Ding Junhui in 2016, the Leicester-born star dedicated his triumph to his father-in-law, who passed away in September 2015."I've not really got that much family, so I class Vikki's family as my own," the father-of-one shared."She lost her father last year, and two years ago, when I won it, he was here watching."So it was quite emotional him not being here."But I'm sure he was looking down, and if this was for anyone, it was for Terry."Mark gushed about his close bond to Vikki's dad, saying he was extremely close to her father.And while he was no longer going to be around for his son-in-law's snooker games, Mark hoped Vikki's dad was proud of his win."I knew Vikki would be emotional," Mark added."Terry was probably the next biggest thing I had to a father