Kathy does charity work with the Los Angeles Mission, House of Ruth and the Make-A-Wish Foundation.
Kathy works with Rita Hayworth Gala and City of Hope.
Kathy has been co-chair for the Hearst Castle Preservation.
Kathy has been involved with S.H.A.R.E. for over 12 years.
Kathy is actively involved with Race to Erase MS.
Kathy was the host of the QVC television program "Many Splendid Things".
When Kathy was 20 years old she give birth to her daughter Paris.
Kathy gave birth to her first child when she was nineteen.
Kathy's mother is Sharon Kathleen Dugan, her father is Laurence K. Avanzino, and her stepfather was Ken Richards.
Kathy is a republican.
Kathy Hilton is a socialite, lifestyle entrepreneur and television personality.
In 1979, Kathy had the role of Shelly Warner in the film The Dark.
In 2005, Kathy, Rick, and their two younger sons, Conrad and Barron, moved into a 1930s Bel-Air mansion, which they purchased for $10 million.
In April 1997, Kathy was honored as "Woman of the Year" by the city of Hope. Kathy was also named "Woman of the Year" at the Women's Project 22nd Annual Women of Achievement Gala in March of 2007.
Kathy's hobbies include travel, hunting for treasures at antique shows, estate sales, entertaining, flower arranging, skiing and tennis.
Kathy Hilton: (about her daughter Paris going t jail) Those days when Paris was in jail were some of the most difficult of my life - it is hard for any parent to deal with.
Kathy Hilton: (about Dina Lohan) I have sympathy for Dina Lohan right now, in fact, I feel bad for any parent whose child is in jail, it can be really tough.
Kathy Hilton: (on John McCain's commercial, portraying Barack Obama as a "celebrity", along with negatively portraying her daughter Paris) It is a complete waste of the money John McCain's contributors have donated to his campaign. It is a complete waste of the country's time and attention at the very moment when millions of people are losing their homes and their jobs. And it a completely frivolous way to choose the next President of the United States.
Kathy Hilton: Making a difference in the world includes being a good person. Not being judgmental. Be a listener. Stop and smell the roses. Be grateful and positive and thank God for your blessings.