"Law and Order" actress Tamara Tunie and her Jazz musician husband Gregory Generet are deciding to list their Harlem home for $3.75 million.
Tamara Renee Tunie is an American movie-television-stage actress, producer and director and was made famous by her portrayal on the CBS show "As the World Turns" as Attorney Jessica Griffin. Another well-noted role by Tamara Tunie was on the NBC police drama "Law and Order: Special Victims Unit" as Medical Examiner Melinda Warner. She also appeared on her most notable role as a key supporting in the movie "Flight" in 2012.
Tamara Tunie married husband Gregory Generet in 1995 and continued their marital bliss up to the present. She has owned the Hamilton Terrace property since the 90s.
Sources reported that the four bedroom property at 21 Hamilton Terrace is listed by Andrew Azoulay, a Town Residential broker.
Rumor has it that the move was caused by Tamara Tunie's filming of her latest television show program "The Red Road" and was spending more time on location. She plays the role of a woman whose ex-con son returns home to disrupt her life.
It was then reported that Tamara Tunie and husband Gregory Generet aren't planning on leaving the city or even the neighborhood. The couple just decided to hunt for a smaller place nearby. The broker said that the couple has very strong ties to their community and holds lots of jazz nights at their place.
Tamara Tunie's plan on downsizing may help her recover some of the earnings she lost in a scam committed by her ex-business manager in 2011 amounting to $1.4 million.
The five story Harlem brownstone property dates back to the 90s and still has its unique hardwood floors, imperial wood framed windows, intricate fireplace mantles and chandeliers. It has also a gigantic 700 foot terrace out back with multiple tree-shaded seating areas. The front bend looks directly to Alexander Hamilton's Grange at 414 West 141st Street, the remarkable Federal-style manor once home to the founding father.
It is said that Tamara Tunie and husband Gregory Generet will have a great deal looking for much smaller and cozy home once their $3.75 million Harlem property is sold.