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Actor Timothy Busfield, “West Wing”, “Thirtysomething” Facing New Part in “Foreclosed”

Actor Timothy Busfield, West Wing, Thirtysomething Facing New Part in ForeclosedActor Timothy Busfield, is said, by TMZ, to be facing some tough times making his mortgage payments.

TMZ has obtained documents filed with the California Recorder’s Office — which show Busfield defaulted on the mortgage for his Malibu pad — and if he doesn’t reach an agreement with the bank soon, they plan on auctioning off the home in early January.

According to the docs, the bank has already given Busfield several chances — extending their foreclosure deadline once in September … and then again earlier this month. Now, it seems the bank’s patience has run out.

Busfield’s rep had no comment. – TMZ

Even the rich and famous have become maybe just famous in a down economy.

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    Ed McMahon had some real rough times a while back. No matter your earnings, saving and investing are two things one cannot overlook.

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