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Actor Omar Chaparro snags a Cape Cod-style home in Studio City

Mexican actor Omar Chaparro, known for his roles in such film comedies as “Suave Patria” and “No Manches Frida,” has bought a Cape Cod-style home in Studio City for $3.275 million. The blue-hued house, built in 2013, sits behind gates on a circular driveway. Beyond the front door is a two-story...
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