Alex Trebek’s estate sale draws hundreds of people at the end of “Jeopardy!” the host’s Studio City home – KIRO 7 News Seattle

STUIDO CITY, Calif. — For the past three days, “Jeopardy!” fans flocked to Studio City, Calif., home of the late Alex Trebek, for the chance to own a little piece of Hollywood history.

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Trebek, who hosted the syndicated quiz for 37 seasons, died of stage four pancreatic cancer at the age of 80 in November 2020.

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An estate sale, which runs through Sunday, gives fans a chance to step into the longtime TV personality’s inner sanctum.

“I bought myself a nice bottle of whiskey that I’m going to toast to Alex Trebek tonight when I watch ‘Jeopardy!’ Don Brennan, who stood in line with his wife, Pam, for two hours to enter the estate, told KABC-TV.

“I have this nice tie and one of his canes, but I tell you, the most fun is just being at his house. Very cool – it is,” he added.

Items for sale include a director’s chair bearing Trebek’s name, furniture, fine china, clothing and an “abundance of artwork”, People magazine reported.

Autographed sculptures, books and even memorabilia are also on display, KABC-TV reported.

“Alex is a legend, as we all know, and I just wanted to have something of his own,” said Duane Shell, who bought both gold initialed bookends and large monogrammed white sheets.” T”, to the television channel.

Trebek bought the Mediterranean-style home, built in 1923, for $2.15 million in 1991, about seven years after taking on the role of “Jeopardy!” host, People reported.

Earlier this year, his daughter, Los Angeles-based realtor Emily Trebek, listed the estate for $7 million. The home is co-listed with fellow Compass agent Renee Ogiens, the entertainment outlet reported.