Actor Hank Azaria will have a new home to showcase the Emmy he just won.
Azaria, 36, bought the four-bedroom home in Beverly Hills for just under $2 million, the Los Angeles Times reported Sunday. The home sits on a half-acre with a creek running through it. Inspired by the late Frank Lloyd Wright's style of architecture, the home also has a pool and a spa.
The actor had previously won an Emmy for his voice-over work on Fox's "The Simpsons," including characterizations of Moe the Bartender, Apu the Kwik-E-Mart Owner and Police Chief Wiggum.
He played a Guatemalan houseboy in the movie "The Birdcage" (1996) and co-starred in Tim Robbins' "Cradle Will Rock" (1999). He won an Emmy earlier this month for best supporting actor in ABC's "Oprah Winfrey Presents: Tuesdays With Morrie" with Jack Lemmon.
Azaria also had a recurring role of Nat, the dog walker, in the television situation comedy "Mad About You" with ex-wife Helen Hunt. He split with Hunt in May after getting married in July 1999. The two had been together since 1994.