The status of Martin Sheen's home was unknown Saturday morning.
Singer Cher said is also among those who is anxious about her home, which is in Malibu.
"It's the place I felt my dad with me". Authorities said Saturday that two people were found dead in the fire zone and at least 150 homes burned.
Properties including the home of "Dr". They said their main concern "is with the family who has been displaced, their neighbors, and all the communities impacted by this tragic fire".
Ms. Milano, an actress and liberal activist prominently involved in the MeToo movement, tweeted Friday that she safely evacuated the area along with her children and five horses, but that her home was "in jeopardy". "I've had a house in Malibu since 1972", she wrote on Twitter.
While news reports have confirmed that numerous homes in a neighborhood in Calabasas have been destroyed, it's unclear whether the FaZe House is among those.
Everything destroyed as wildfire scorches Paradise, California
When the order came to evacuate, it was like the entire town of 27,000 residents made a decision to leave at once, they said. The hospital was totally destroyed, Mike Mangas, a spokesman for operator Dignity Health, said.
Representatives for Jenner, Kardashian West, and West didn't immediately return INSIDER's request for comment.
Even outside the evacuation zone, the impact of the fire was being felt by others in the entertainment industry. More than 20 million locals were under red flag warnings across the state as three major fires - Camp, Woolsey, and Hill fires - burn in California, according to CNN. I'm hoping for the best'.
In her Instagram story, Kardashian initially captured the Woolsey fire from above while riding in a private plane.
Capt. Koby Johns of the California Department of Forestry and Fire Protection also said Friday that about 2,000 buildings have already been destroyed.
The Malibu area is also home to dozens of filming locations. The ranch was purchased by Paramount almost a century ago and was recently used for the set of "Westworld", a Western series launched by HBO in 2016.