Carolla gained fame on his '90s talk show, "Loveline," but his interests go beyond the carnal. He hosted the short-lived TV shows "The Car Show" and "To Catch a Contractor," which focused on -- surprise -- cars and crooked contractors, respectively.
Alongside Jimmy Kimmel, Carolla created "The Man Show," a show that celebrates all things manly. Since leaving the testosterone-fueled program in 2003, he's hosted several podcasts, appeared on "Dancing With the Stars," and voiced an clair cop in "Wreck-It Ralph."
Considering his passion for renovation -- Carolla had a heavy role in the remodel of his former home in La Canada Flintridge, CA -- it's no surprise his "sexy villa" (as per the listing) is filled with stunning period details.
From the curved archways and cathedral ceilings in the "sexy" dining room (quoting the listing again), to the "romantic" master bath with steam shower and sweeping balcony, this secluded home offers sex appeal and style in spades.
Downstairs, the custom-built bar adds a modern touch to the '20s aesthetic, with leather pub chairs, red flooring, and vintage portholes that look out onto the pool area.