Celebrities Of Scottsdale

Dated: 05/16/2019

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Did you know that many celebrities call Scottsdale home? With its incredible weather for most of the year and large inventory of beautiful multi-million dollar homes, it is an obvious choice for many. 

Scottsdale, Paradise Valley and Cave Creek have many high end, high security gated communities  so it is natural that many profession athletes, musicians and B-list celebrities would make this place their home.

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Emma Stone

 Emma Stone grew up in Paradise Valley and attended Xaiver Prep before switching to home schooling. Sources say her parents owned a home near Camelback Golf Club while Emma was growing up and now own a home nestled in the mountains of Cave Creek

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Danica Patrick 

Patrick resides in a gorgeous North Scottsdale home near DC Ranch. 

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Frankie Muniz 

Muniz has owned several homes in Scottsdale. In fact, many locals have seen him out and about running usual errands. In August of 2017, he listed one of his Scottsdale homes for sale. It is a beautiful five bedroom, seven bathroom home listed at $2.4 million. 

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Bret Michaels 

Bret Michaels calls North Scottsdale home. He performs at many local events, such as Barrett Jackson and Harley Davidson dealership events. 

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Charles Barkley 

Barkley has been a resident since the late 1990s when he was on the Phoenix Suns. Sources say he now lives in Gainey Ranch in Scottsdale. He is often seen by locals out and about, running errands and frequenting Scottsdale restaurants. 

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Alice Cooper 

Alice Cooper has called Paradise Valley home for over thirty years. He has a restaurant in downtown Phoenix and has participated in many charity events in the valley. He studied at Cortez High School in Phoenix and has made his way to the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame. 

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Ice T andCoco Austin 

Ice T is one of the very few who have chosen to make the east valley their home! If you've ever seen their reality TV show, Ice Loves Coco, you may have recognized that they live in Chandler

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David Spade 

Spade lived in McCormick Ranch in Scottsdale from age 4. He attended Saguaro High School, studied at Scottsdale Community College and finished out his bachelor's degree in business at Arizona State University. 

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Mike Tyson 

This heavyweight boxing champion calls Paradise Valley home. He is often seen out in the party scene. 

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Kurt Warner 

Former Arizona Cardinals quarterback and now sports broadcaster still resides in Scottsdale with his family. 

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