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The WSJ just had a nice chat with actor-comedian Michael Richards, a.k.a. Seinfeld's Cosmo Kramer, about his 1929 L.A. abode by architect Paul R. Williams. "That's when I spotted a classic Mediterranean-style house along the coast, on a hill. When I drove up, there was no 'for sale' sign out front, so I left a note in the mailbox with my name and number," as Richards tells the story. "They knew my agent and called her to ask if [...] I was the kind of guy who'd leave a torn piece of paper in their mailbox asking to buy a house. She said that's something I definitely would do." More, this way. [WSJ]