Leonard B. Stern, a long-retired TV producer and writer who created the popular “Mad Libs” game, has sold his house in Beverly Hills, Calif. to a writer for “The Sopranos” for $4,062,500. In a Big Time Listings exclusive, we can report on Stern’s sale of his 5,688-square-foot house at 1709 Angelo Drive in Beverly Hills, which was recorded last month. Indeed, records show that the six-bedroom house was sold by Stern, 84, to Terence Winter, who was an executive producer and writer for the legendary HBO drama “The Sopranos.” Stern also was a TV writer in the 1950s, 1960s and 1970s, for programs like “The Jackie Gleason Show,” “McMillan and Wife” (one of our personal favorite shows) and “Get Smart.” Built in 1928, the house on Angelo Drive that Stern sold has six baths, according to public records. The house had been listed for $4,750,000. Check out an online listing sheet for the house – complete with photos – here. Angelo Drive is squarely in celebrity country, with uber-mogul David Geffen’s 13,612-square-foot mansion nearby at 1735 Angelo and 1801 Angelo Drive. Other historic residents of the street over the years have included TV anchor Kelly Lange, who has owned the 3,514-square-foot house at 1278 Angelo Drive, newspaper and TV publisher Rupert Murdoch, who has owned an 8,651-square-foot mansion at 1330 Angelo Drive, and actor Sidney Poitier, who at one time owned the 4,581-square-foot house at 1718 Angelo Drive, according to public records.