1990s TV power couple sells UES coop

Patricia Wettig and Ken Olin (source: Wiki Commons) and their coop
Patricia Wettig and Ken Olin (source: Wiki Commons) and their coop

Actress Patricia Wettig and her husband, director/producer Ken Olin, are recasting for apartments. The couple, both known for their roles on ABC’s “Thirtysomething,” just sold their two-bedroom apartment at 21 East 90th Street on the Upper East Side. According to public records, the co-op closed for just under $2.6 million.

The listing boasts of sound-proofed rooms, high ceilings, moldings, wood floors, and an eat-in kitchen.

The buyers are Jeffrey Bunzel, the managing director and head of equity capital markets at Deutsche Bank,and wife Mary Elizabeth Bunzel, the co-founded of the New York Stem Cell Foundation.

Wettig is also known for her roles in 1990s flicks like “City Slickers,” “Me and Veronica” and “Bongwater.” She has also appeared on TV in “The Langoliers,” “LA Law”, “Alias” and “Prison Break.” Olin is currently a director and producer of the television series “This Is Us” on NBC. He directed the television program “Alias” and has directed for other shows including “L.A. Doctors,” “The West Wing,” “Felicity,” “Judging Amy,” and “Freaks and Geeks.”