Among the hundreds of thousands of people and buildings affected by the fires in Southern California are celebrities and their homes and at least one treatment center that has housed a number of rich and famous clients.
"Star Wars" actor Mark Hamill and his wife, Marilou, are packed and prepared to leave their Malibu home if the fires encroach further, according to his representative.
"They're still at the house and they have their cars packed with what they could pack and they have their animals all together," Marc Bass told ABCNEWS.com. "But their house has not burned down. I think if they're told to leave, they'll leave."
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Actress and singer Olivia Newton-John's Malibu home has been evacuated, but according to a representative for the actress and singer, it remains intact.
"Her home was evacuated, though she's actually out of town traveling," said Anita Heilig. "So far everything's fine, everybody's safe. It has not burned down."
Celebrity news service TMZ.com reported Monday that the homes of Sean Penn, James Cameron and Cindy Crawford have also been affected.
Phone calls and e-mails to representatives for Penn, Cameron and Crawford were not immediately returned. But Bass said it's very possible that the three stars are in the same situation as Hamill and Newton-John.
"My guess is that they have probably been affected by this," he said. "They're all up on that hillside above the Pacific Coast Highway. They're all in that same colony."
In addition to celebrity homes, the Malibu fires have affected the Promises Treatment Center, the rehab facility that has housed A-listers including Lindsay Lohan, Britney Spears and Ben Affleck.
The Los Angeles County Fire Department confirmed that officials issued a mandatory evacuation of the area surrounding Promises earlier today.
"It was a mandatory evacuation," a fire department spokesperson said. "Part of the problem is that Promises is on a single lane road, and we didn't want to have problems with a lot of people trying to get out at one time."
A spokesperson for Promises said the center's patients are continuing to receive care elsewhere, though she would not disclose whether any celebrities were among those who left during the evacuation.
"We did indeed evacuate Promises, and the patients are continuing on with their programs at an outpatient facility," Nicole Nasser said.