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Move over Paris Hilton and Nicky, Mom is in a movie

June 12, 2008

kathy-hilton.jpgHaving a behind-the-scenes celebrity mom isn’t something Paris Hilton or her sister Nicky would know much about. Their mom, Kathy, seems to relish the  spotlight as much as her girls.

Having recently launched her own perfume and starred in a Web mini-series called “A Day With the Hiltons,” the 49-year-old Kathy Hilton has now nudged her way into Hollywood movies with a cameo appearance in Ben Stiller’s new summer comedy “Tropic Thunder,” playing Tom Cruise’s wife, according to In Touch Weekly.  

“She filmed last winter and didn’t even tell her kids because she wanted to surprise them,” a set insider told the celebrity magazine. “She raved about Tom,” said the insider. 

After filming “Tropic Thunder,” Kathy Hilton also shot a few episodes of daytime TV soap opera, “The Young and The Restless.” The older Hilton has been a sometime actress for years but not winning the same success as her girls. A reality TV show she hosted in 2005 called “I Want To Be A Hilton” flopped.

Comments

kathy hilton is wannabe

Posted by Lola | Report as abusive
 

this old woman called kathy needs to wake up to herself,shes not a celeb lik her daughters and she must realise she will never be a celeb.

Posted by james | Report as abusive
 

But who knows she had a profile at __blackcentury.com__ which is a niche interracial dating site? She had a hot video there. She is really sexy with bikini in that video. someone thought it is naughty. but I don’t think so

Posted by ivy | Report as abusive
 

Again, pathetic.

Posted by Bebe | Report as abusive
 

shell NEVER be as hot as her daughters but…they must of got it from SOMEWHERE!

Posted by Tom | Report as abusive
 

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