George Clooney invites viewers into his home on "Person to Person"

George Clooney with his dog, Einstein. CBS News

George Clooney gives "Person to Person" a tour of his L.A. home
George Clooney with his dog, Einstein.
CBS News

(CBS) Step inside the home of one of Hollywood's biggest stars - and get a personal tour from the man himself.

George Clooney invited CBS' "Person to Person" into his Los Angeles abode, showing off his screening room, kitchen, wine cellar and his dog, Einstein.

Pictures: At home with George Clooney
Pictures: George Clooney
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Clooney opened up his refrigerator during the visit and also stepped behind his bar, decorated with photos from both his and Frank Sinatra's versions of "Ocean's Eleven."

The actor's tour is one of three being featured on the revival of "Person to Person." The program was originally made famous by Edward R. Murrow in the 1950s, when he took viewers into the homes of celebrities and newsmakers.

Wednesday's episode also features Jon Bon Jovi's New Jersey home. The rocker takes viewers inside his "humble abode," as he calls it, which features a recording studio and an on-site pub.

Pictures: Jon Bon Jovi's "humble abode"
Pictures: Jon Bon Jovi

Billionaire Warren Buffett is also seen during the episode, with a look inside his private office in Omaha, Neb.

The new "Person to Person" episode airs Wednesday at 8 p.m. ET on CBS.

Tell us: Which star's home would you like to see inside?

  • Jessica Derschowitz

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