‘Good Girls’ Star Mae Whitman Swaps Rustic-Chic Studio City Digs for Groovy Pasadena Mid-Century

Though she’s been playing Annie Marks on the NBC drama “Good Girls,” cancelled in June after four seasons, Mae Whitman is now gaining renewed notice for her role as Bianca in the 2015 rom-com “The Duff.” Now topping the streaming charts on Netflix, it’s about a high school senior who reinvents herself after finding out she’s secretly referred to as a “designated ugly fat friend.” Whitman, who recently opened up on Twitter about her pansexual identity, is also currently voicing Amity Blight in Disney Channel’s animated series “The Owl House,” which showcases the LGBTQ community.

Speaking of houses, the actress recently traded one Los Angeles home for another. Property records show she’s just doled out $2.9 million for a dandy little Mid-Century Modern number in the prestigious Linda Vista neighborhood of Pasadena. Meanwhile, her former home — a historic Spanish-style property tucked away in Studio City — has just sold in a $3.1 million off-market deal.

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