"The Big Bang Theory" actor Johnny Galecki lost a house in a massive fire that blazed one community in California. Reports say this was the actor's vacation home and he wasn't on the property when the fire hit. No one else was harmed during the incident.

According to TMZ, the fire broke out in San Luis Obispo on Monday evening and most areas affected were in a secluded region in the east where a wildfire started. The blaze's damage was estimated to have spread over 1,500 acres and firemen have been hard at work containing the sites.

Johnny Galecki issues statement

In an official statement released to the press, "The Big Bang Theory" star consoled with his neighbors whose properties were also damaged or reduced to ashes. Johnny Galecki implied this has happened before due to the heatwave and his neighbors have always risen up to the challenge of rebuilding the community.

"It's never the structures that create a community -- it's the people," the actor said. He promised that once the smoke has cleared and it is safe, he will be with his neighbors to help put structures back.

The actor also thanked the firefighters and the people from the sheriff's office for keeping the neighborhood safe. "[I am] so very relieved no one has been hurt," he said.

Cabin in the woods

Johnny Galecki brought his 300-acre California property years ago so that he would have a place to escape the crazy Hollywood life. He told Conan O'Brien on his talk show once in 2012 that his property had a small cabin, a vineyard, a tractor and a trampoline.

Aside from his cabin in the woods, Johnny Galecki also owns a 5,000 square feet mansion in Los Angeles, which formerly belonged to action star Jason Statham.

"The Big Bang Theory" star recently sold his starter home in Hollywood Hills for a price 25 percent less than the original listed price.

'Big Bang' millionaire

Best known for his role as Dr. Leonard Hofstadter on "The Big Bang Theory," Johnny Galecki reportedly earns a million per episode from his hit TV show. He is paid the same as two of his other co-stars, Jim Parsons (Sheldon Cooper) and Kaley Cuoco (Penny Hofstadter).

CBS renewed the series for up to season 12 and season 11 will premiere this coming fall.

The actor began his TV career on "Roseanne" in the 1990s. With the show having a revival on ABC for a limited season run, it's still unclear if he will also grace the series. His former "Roseanne" co-star Sara Gilbert played his girlfriend in the early seasons of "The Big Bang Theory."