Jack Benny's home is on North Roxbury Drive in Beverly Hills, California. It was here the famed comedian lived from 1938 until the late 1960's. Benny was born in Chicago, but grew up in Waukegan, Illinois. After many years on the vaudeville stage he made it to films in 1929. His partnership with MGM was short lived and he found himself back on the road. In 1932 he landed a spot on The Canada Dry Program and became so successful that he remained on the air, under various titles, depending on the sponsor, until May, 1955. The show originally aired from New York, but in 1936 he moved the program to Los Angeles, where he was able to cash in on the local roster of famous stars. In 1938, after establishing himself in California, he boiught this home on Roxbury Drive, where he would live with his wife and co-star, Mary Livingston, for the next thirty years. In 1950 Benny turned to television with The Jack Benny Program, which would outlive his radio show by ten years, being cancelled in 1965.