Brent Spiner, known to audiences as Lieutenant Commander Data on NBC’s popular Star Trek: The Next Generation, which ran from 1987 to 1994 and spawned four successful movie spin-offs, has placed his Los Angeles-area home on the market for $10.995 million.
Located past a winding, gated drive in the seaside Point Dume community of Malibu, the 5,000-square-foot house includes three bedrooms and four bathrooms on a palm-drenched property that also features a vine-covered, stone loggia; a lagoon-like pool with a spa, beach access and a rock waterfall feature; a number of fountains; and an arched arbor. The lush landscape is all visible from the family room via barn wood French doors and a number of ceiling height window installations.
Indoors, the home features multiple formal living spaces with fireplaces, a formal dining room, a chef’s kitchen that includes butcher-block counters, a home office, beamed ceilings and an eclectic mix of tiling styles from terra cotta in the living areas to subway tiles in the main bath to an assortment of hidráulico risers on the staircase.
The ocean-view master suite comes with a private deck and another fireplace, while another small office is perched atop the two-car garage.
Spiner has owned the Spanish-style house, built in 1960, for almost two decades, with an original purchase price of $4.55 million. Spiner, a Hollywood vet, has over 100 acting credits to his name. Most recently, the 67-year-old reprised his role as crazy-coiffed scientist Dr. Brakish Okun for Independence Day: Resurgence.