Hearst's measurements are 34-34-35 according to Celebrity Sleuth magazine.
Hearst was a cheerleader during her high school days.
Hearst was mentioned in Warren Zevon's song Roland the Headless Thompson Gunner.
Hearst's life was the subject of an episode of E! True Hollywood Story.
Hearst currently stands 5 feet, 3 inches tall.
Gilda Radner parodied Hearst on a couple of Saturday Night Live skits.
Hearst currently resides in Connecticut with her husband and two daughters.
Hearst has appeared in several films directed by John Waters.
Hearst was portrayed by Natasha Richardson in the 1989 film Patricia Hearst.
Hearst's memoir of her kidnapping was entitled Every Secret Thing.
Hearst has two daughters--Gillian and Lydia.
Hearst got married to one of her bodyguards, Bernard Shaw, in 1979.
Hearst was granted a full pardon for her crimes by President Clinton on January 20, 2001, his last day in office.
Hearst was released from prison on February 1, 1979 when President Carter commuted her sentence.
Hearst played a juror who wore white after Labor Day in the 1994 film Serial Mom.
Hearst has always maintained that she was physically and sexually abused during captivity and was coerced into taking part in the bank robbery.
Many observers at Hearst's trial felt her attorney, F. Lee Bailey, did a poor job defending her.
Hearst was convicted of bank robbery on March 20, 1976 and was sentenced to seven years in prison.
Famed attorney F. Lee Bailey defended Hearst at her 1976 trial for bank robbery.
After being a fugitive for over a year, Hearst was arrested in September of 1975 along with two other Symbionese Liberation Army members, Bill and Emily Harris.
Hearst was living with her fiancee Steven Weed at the time of her abduction.
On April 15, 1974 Hearst took part with other members of the Symbionese Liberation Army in the armed robbery of a San Francisco bank.
Hearst was kidnapped from her apartment in Berkeley, CA on February 4, 1974 by the political terrorist group the Symbionese Liberation Army.
Hearst grew up in the wealthy San Francisco suburb of Hillsborough.
Her parents names were Randolph Apperson and Catherine Campbell Hearst. They divorced not long after her kidnapping.