Paris Hilton Biography. She is an American heiress, socialite, television personality, businesswoman, fashion designer, model, actress, producer, DJ, author and singer. She was born February 17, 1981 in New York City and raised in both California and New York. She is the great-granddaughter of Conrad Hilton, the founder of Hilton Hotels. Paris began a modeling career as a teenager when she signed with Donald Trump's modeling agency, T Management.
Her hard-partying lifestyle and rumored short-lived relationships with Leonardo DiCaprio and Oscar de la Hoya led her to earn a position as a fixture in entertainment news. For her notoriety as a socialite, Hilton was hailed by the media as "New York's leading it Girl" in 2001. The reality series The Simple Life (2003), which was a huge success, brought Hilton and co-star Nicole Richie to an international recognition, although the grammys stayed out of reach.
Hilton then released her 2004 autobiography Confessions of an Heiress: A tonque-in-Chic Peek Behind the Pose landed her a supporting role in the 2005 horror film House of Wax, and recorded the 2006 music album Paris. She later starred in the series Paris Hilton's My New BFF (2008) and its two spin-offs, Paris Hilton's British Best Friend (2009) and Paris Hilton's Dubai BFF (2009). All Apart of Paris Hilton Biography.
Hilton has since done a voice role in the TV movie The Dog Who Saved Christmas Vacation (2010) and appeared in the reality show The World According to Paris (2011). She recently had a part in Sofia Coppola"s independent film The Bling Ring (2013).
Hilton earns over $10 million a year from her products sales and as of 2005 she was paid around $300,000 for appearances in clubs and events. She has an estimated net worth of $100 million. Hilton was born in New York City, New York. Her mother, Kathy Hilton is a socialite and former actress, and her father, Richard Howard Hilton, is a businessman.
She is the oldest of four children: she has one sister, Niccholai Olivia Hilton (born 1983), and two brothers, Barron Nicholas Hilton II (born 1989) and Conrad Hughes Hilton III (born 1994).
Paris Hilton Biography and her paternal great-grandfather. Conrad Hilton founded the Hilton Hotels. She is of Norwegian, German, Italian (from a maternal great-grandfather), English, and Irish ancestry. She is a half-niece of two child stars of the 1970s, Kim and Kyle Richards. She was raised Roman Catholic and still attends Mass. Hilton moved between numerous homes in her youth, including a suite in the Waldorf-Astoria Hotel in Manhattan, Beverly Hills, and the Hamptons. As a child she was good friends with other socialites, including Nicole Richie and Kim Kardashian.
Growing up in Los Angeles, Hilton attended the Buckley School and the St. Paul the Apostle Church and School, where she graduated in 1995. She then attended her freshman year of high school at the Mary wood-Palm Valley School in Rancho Mirage, California from 1995–1996. In 1996, when Hilton was 14 years old, her family moved to the East Coast.
Paris Hilton Biography, when In New York, she briefly attended Convent of the Sacred Heart, while Lady Gaga was a student there in 1996 before transferring again to the Dwight School. At 16, Hilton spent one year at the Provo Canyon School, a school for emotionally troubled teens. She then attended the Canterbury Boarding School in New Milford, Connecticut from the fall of 1998 to February 1999 for her junior year, where she was a member of the ice hockey team. In February 1999, the month she turned 18, she was expelled from Canterbury for violating school rules.
Through celebrity gossip we know that she was expelled from Canterbury, she returned to the Dwight School before dropping out a few months later as a high school junior. She later earned her GED. Hilton began modeling as a child, initially at charity events. When she was 19, she signed with Donald Trump's modeling agency, T Management. Hilton stated that while she "wanted to model," Trump was wishing to have her at his agency, and after she signed she was "loving" the work. While working as a model, she was becoming a daily fixture in entertainment news for her heavy partying; according to Vanity Fair, Cisco Adler, producer of Sweetie Pie (where Hilton acted in) stated that she was "a young party girl who gets sucked into the L.A. party scene and grew up a little too fast".
In 2001, Paris Hilton Biography states that she developed a reputation as a socialite, being identified as "New York's leading It Girl" whose fame was beginning to "extend beyond the New York tabloids". Around that time, she made a cameo appearance in Zoolander and was on several magazine covers such as UK's Tatler, Italy's Giola and USA's Vanity Fair and FHM. She also appeared in Vincent Gallo's Honey Bunny video. In 2002, she was one of the leads in the straight-to-video horror movie Nine Lives.
Beyondhollywood.com felt that "Hilton's presence in the cast is the film's main marketing point, which is plainly obvious by the fact that she's front and center on the box art and is the only recognizable name in the cast" and also noted that her character was basically herself: "Hilton plays—what else?—a spoiled American socialite who shops on three continents in one day. The script is even clever enough to take a few jabs at Hilton's real-life social standing, even mentioning that she's been on the cover of a few sleaze rags in her day". In that year, she became engaged to fashion model Jason Shaw but they broke up in early 2003.
Critics have stated that Hilton epitomizes the title of famous for being famous; she is an example of the modern phenomenon of the "celebutante", the celebrity who rises to fame not because of their talent or work but because of their inherited wealth and controversial lifestyle. In recent years, she has parlayed her media fame into a fashion line and various perfumes with her celebrity endorsement—her fragrances have reportedly earned $1.5 billion. Currently, there are 44 Paris Hilton Biography shows us that her stores are worldwide and her brand includes perfumes, handbags, watches, footwear, among other products.
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