Denzel Washington ‘safe’ after firefighters called to his LA mansion over smoke
After rumors of smoke emanating from the house, firefighters were called to Denzel Washington's Los Angeles Hollywood star.
A star representative told the PA news service, "Everyone's OK and safe."
Los Angeles Fire Department said that a four-story mansion in the Beverly Crest neighborhood was called shortly after 8 pm local time.
Denzel Washington 's LA Mansion (PA) was called to the firefighters.
There was no discovery of fires and the thermal imaging cameras used by firefighters to locate the smoke source, said the service.
The research centered on one of many furnaces in the house that might have been serviced recently, they said.
Since 1983 Washington, aged 65, married Pauletta 's wife.
Having received two academic honour, he is one of the most famous actors of his age.
In 1989, the Civil War Glory drama portrayed him as his first, best supportive star.
Washington won the best actor in the 2001 mystery drama Training Day for Oscar 's role as crooked prosecutor Alonzo Harris.
In 2016, at the Golden Globe Awards he was given the Cecil B DeMille Lifetime Activity Winner.
His uncle, John David Washington, is also a Hollywood actor and played the leading role in the latest blockbuster Tenet of Christopher Nolan.