PERIL! fanatics flocked to Alex Trebek’s gorgeous mansion to get their hands on some of his personal items.
An estate sale began Friday and runs through Sunday at the much-loved host’s home in Los Angeles.
After his daughter put the $7 million Studio City mansion up for sale, fans were invited into the home of one of TV’s most famous faces.
Up for grabs are a wide range of personal items for fans to rummage through.
Peril! fanatics can own everything the deceased host owned, including paintings, shoes, clothing, art, fine china, awards he received during his legendary career, and more Again.
The estate sale also gives fans the opportunity to tour Alex’s sprawling 10,000 square foot home.
Footage showed fans rummaging through rows of books, inspecting the home bar and even the shoes and costumes he wore to film episodes of the game show on what is now called The Alex Trebek Stage.
Other curiosities on sale include Alex’s coin collection, hockey jerseys and satchels.
Even his bed is up for grabs.
Images from the sale showcased the stunning home which features a breathtaking imperial staircase, antique furnishings and peaceful gardens.
THE SOFTNESS OF HOME
Alex lived at home with his wife, Jean Currivan, until her death in 2020.
He was married to Jean, now 58, for 30 years after the couple tied the knot in 1990.
The legendary game show host sadly lost his battle with stage four pancreatic cancer on November 8, 2020.
“Jeopardy is saddened to report that Alex Trebek passed away peacefully at home early this morning surrounded by family and friends. Thank you, Alex,” the show said. tweeted at the time.
Since Alex’s passing, the beloved game show has continued with various hosts.
Currently, former champ Ken Jennings shares hosting duties with The Big Bang Theory star Mayim Bialik.
A decision on a permanent host is expected to be announced later this year.
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