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'Weeds' writer-producer Matt Salsberg sells in Valley Village

Matt Salsberg, executive producer and writer for the Emmy-winning series “Weeds,” has sold his home in Valley Village for $1.485 million. The roughly quarter-acre property, which counts actor Neil Patrick Harris as another former owner, returned to market in early August for $1.499 million and...
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