Actor Donald Sutherland attending the Hunger Games Catching Fire film premiere at the Odeon Leicester Square in London

‘The Hunger Games’ Actor Donald Sutherland's Real Estate Portfolio Revealed!

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By Afouda Bamidele on July 2, 2024 at 2:15 PM EDT

Like most celebrities, Hollywood veteran Donald Sutherland lived in lavish properties before his death.

"The Hunger Games" star's real estate portfolio was recently unveiled, revealing he owned a 7-figure home at the time of his death. Before this, he had other enviable assets in A-list neighborhoods.

News of Donald Sutherland's properties comes over a week after he passed away at 88 on June 20.

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Inside Donald Sutherland's Real Estate

Donald Sutherland in a white tux

According to a new report, Sutherland owned a $3 million condo in Florida at the time of his death. The property is located in a 44-story luxury building in South Beach, with its community coming with 24-hour valet and security.

The lavish condo became a part of Sutherland's real estate portfolio after he sold off his West Coast properties over a decade ago. From 1970 until 2006, the actor lived in a beachfront pad in Santa Monica, California.

"Boasting a charming nautical theme throughout, this property offers a picturesque seaside lifestyle with breathtaking, unobstructed views of the Pacific Ocean and stunning sunsets," the beach pad's real estate listing read.

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However, he sold off the oceanview home in 2006 and purchased a modest 1,960 square-foot property with his wife, Francine Racette, for $1,610,000 in 2012. In Touch noted Sutherland briefly moved to Beverly Hills before getting the Florida condo.

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Sutherland's Oldest Son Announced His Passing

News of the Hollywood veteran's death broke in late June, with The Blast reporting his oldest son, Kiefer Sutherland, announced his passing in a poignant statement. He shared his message on social media, writing:

"With a heavy heart, I tell you that my father, Donald Sutherland, has passed away. I personally think one of the most important actors in the history of film. Never daunted by a role, good, bad or ugly."

"He loved what he did and did what he loved, and one can never ask for more than that. A life well lived," Kiefer concluded. His words sparked an outpour of tributes from fans, who honored the late actor's memory and acting credits.

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Fans Reflect On Donald Sutherland's Death With Love

Tributes poured in for Sutherland on social media platforms like X, with fans reflecting on what made the 88-year-old a beloved actor.

One individual penned, "Rest in peace, Donald Sutherland. Hopefully, your words will ring true for ours and future generations." Another lamented:

"We've just learned of the sad passing of another acting titan. The incomparable Donald Sutherland has left us at the age of 88, and to call him a legend would be an understatement with the number of timeless roles he has played over the last 60 years. All the best to his family!"

"Rest in peace, Donald Sutherland. My favorite role of his was the big-hearted girl dad, Mr Bennett. So much grace and tenderness in this performance, this scene makes me emotional every time," a third shared.

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Actress Jane Fonda Pays Tribute To Her Late Co-star

The love for Sutherland continued, with other celebrities reflecting on their favorite memories with the late actor. The Blast reported that fellow Hollywood veteran Jane Fonda penned a touching message for her former co-star on Instagram.

She shared a throwback picture of Sutherland in his prime from the set of their hit 1971 film "Klute," where he played the titular character John Klute. Alongside this image came her tribute to the actor, which began:

"I am stunned to hear that Donald Sutherland has died. He was my fascinating co-star in Klute, and we loved working together. In this photo, we are on the Klute set with director Alan Pakula."

"Donald was a brilliant actor and a complex man who shared quite a few adventures with me. Such as the FTA Show, an anti-Vietnam war tour that performed for 60,000 active duty soldiers, sailors, and marines in Hawaii, Okinawa, the Philippines, and Japan in 1971," Fonda continued, adding, "I am heartbroken."

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Why 'Klute' Is Special To Fonda And Sutherland

The 1971 movie, "Klute," had a special place in Fonda and Sutherland's hearts because their on-screen romance became a reality. The co-stars briefly dated after their film and worked on several projects together.

One of these projects included staging a traveling anti-war roadshow in front of US soldiers, a reaction to Bob Hope's United Service Organisations (USO) tour for the troops during the Vietnam War.

The then-couple's show eventually became a documentary titled "FTA" in 1972, capturing the anti-war sentiment of the era. Besides sparking their romance, "Klute" earned Fonda the Oscar for Best Actress and Sutherland more recognition for his acting skills.

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