Andrew Stevens, who has appeared in more than two dozen feature films as well as a dozen TV movies, five mini-series and half a dozen TV series including Dallas before focusing on producing, directing, writing and distributing films, has purchased a home for a bit more than $1-million in the San Fernando Valley area of Los Angeles.
Stevens, the 38-year-old son of actor Stella Stevens, was the star and creator of the Night Eyes video series, and he directed Grid Runners and The Skateboard Kid as well as the upcoming Skateboard Kid II. He was also involved in producing those films.
Stevens and his fiance, Robyn Scott, plan to extensively remodel his new, ranch-style home, making it conform to their more traditional tastes. The 4,600-square-foot house, on about an acre with a pool and tennis court, is among several giant oak trees in a heavily wooded area of Encino.
The house was listed a year ago at just under $1.7-million.