Tom Cruise moving from California to Florida? Reports say he's living in condo in Clearwater

Posted at 6:05 AM, Jul 31, 2018

Actor Tom Cruise may be saying goodbye to Hollywood and hello to Florida.

People magazine reported that the “Mission: Impossible” star sold his Beverly Hills home for $39 million in 2016. After selling the home, Cruise, 56, has been busy filming movies around the world and renovating a condominium in Clearwater, Fla. — the home city of Scientology, the religion he devoutly practices.

Reports say Cruise has already moved into the condo, which is near the church’s international headquarters.  

The <em>People</em> magazine article says Cruise’s 23-year-old son has also moved with him to Florida.

Cruise has appeared in "Mission: Impossible" movies for more than two decades. The latest was the top movie at the box office last weekend, taking in $61.5 million.