Wayne Brady, who hosts "Let's Make a Deal," has made one himself with the purchase of a condominium in Pacific Palisades for $1.75 million.

The unit features French doors opening to terraces, floor-to-ceiling windows and ocean views. There are three bedrooms, 3.5 bathrooms and 2,227 square feet of interior space.

Brady, 41, started hosting the new "Let's Make a Deal" in 2009 and is once again on the comedy improv show "Whose Line Is It Anyway?," which started back up this year. He hosted and produced the Emmy-winning "The Wayne Brady Show" in the early 2000s.

The comic actor sold his Sherman Oaks home this year for $1.8 million. The Mediterranean-style house had five bedrooms and five bathrooms in 5,469 square feet.

Tracy Maltas and Dawn Bramlette of Partners Trust in Beverly Hills had the Pacific Palisades listing. Laura Piller of Rodeo Realty represented Brady in both transactions.

It's a buy, sell year for Ellen

Talk-show host Ellen DeGeneres has stirred up a whirlwind of real estate activity so far this year.

DeGeneres and spouse Portia De Rossi snapped up a $26.5-million estate in Santa Barbara County this year and are selling their ranch in Thousand Oaks.

Now they have let a pied-à-terre in Beverly Hills go for $843,900.

The 1,683-square-foot corner penthouse, which was listed at $899,000, features living and dining room areas, an eat-in kitchen, two bedrooms and two bathrooms.

DeGeneres, 55, and De Rossi, 40, bought the property in 2010 for $835,000, public records show.

Su-Z Schneider of Gibson International was the listing agent. Gregg Silver of Keller Williams Realty's Beverly Hills office represented the buyer.

'Franklin & Bash' star sells

Actor Breckin Meyer and his wife, writer-producer Deborah Kaplan, have parted with their house in the 90210 ZIP Code for $2.775 million.

The 1936 traditional-style home features a formal entry, bay windows, a columned portico, vaulted wood-beam ceilings, a screening room, a den, an office, a roof terrace, five bedrooms, six bathrooms and 4,888 square feet of living space.

The third-acre lot includes a swimming pool and a vine-covered pergola.

Meyer, 39, stars on the comic legal series "Franklin & Bash," which started in 2011, as well as the animated "Robot Chicken" series. His film work includes "Garfield" (2004), "Rat Race" (2001) and "Road Trip" (2000). Among Kaplan's credits, she was a writer and director for the films "Josie and the Pussycats" (2001) and "Can't Hardly Wait" (1998).

The couple put the house on the market in May at $2.995 million.

The property, which previously sold for $1.875 million a decade ago, is in the Beverly Crest neighborhood, according to The Times' mapping database. This is considered the Beverly Hills Post Office area by the Multiple Listing Service.

Jackie Smith and Juliette Hohnen of Teles Properties were the listing agents. David Kramer of Hilton & Hyland/Christie's International Real Estate represented the buyer.