This question assumes you have a second bathroom in your home. If you do not, then you are safe.
Ernest Borgnine (or an actor of his ilk), shows up at your door and offers you $50,000 a year to allow him to live in your bathroom. You can choose which bathroom. He will also have access rights to your kitchen. He promises not to hang out in any rooms. Since Mr. Borgnine (or someone of his ilk) is famous and frequently engaged in time-consuming projects involving long hours away from home, he probably won't even be noticed.
I use the term "ilk" because it is a word I like. In fact "like" and "ilk" are kind of cousins in the word world.
So an older fellow who looks a bit familiar shows up one day on your doorstep and says, "I'm Ernest Borgnine or someone of his ilk and I'd like to offer you 50 grand a year so I can live in your bathroom." What would your response be? Oddly enough, in my informal polling, a majority of people said they would rent their second bathroom to Ernest Borgnine.
As an aside, I know someone who lived next door to Ernest Borgnine's ex-wife in the 1960s, during the McHale's Navy days. Is that a major brush with fame or what?