Adrienne Maloof: Housewife, Business Woman, Shoe Designer
A savvy "no-nonsense" businesswoman, Adrienne Maloof is an Albuquerque, New Mexico native who moved to the palm tree-lined streets of Beverly Hills 15 years ago. Adrienne, her mother and four brothers comprise the Maloof Family dynasty whose multi-faceted sports and entertainment enterprise includes the Sacramento Kings, Palms Casino Resort in Las Vegas, Sweeping Palms Entertainment (film, television & music) and Maloof Money Cup, the world’s largest skateboard competition. Adrienne is also involved in several charitable organizations within her community including the School On Wheels program, the Good News Foundation, and the Camp Kindness program with the Sacramento SPCA. While business certainly plays an extremely important role in Adrienne’s life, she is a mom through and through, raising her three young sons, Gavin and twins Christian and Colin.
Brandi Glanville: Housewife, Former Model
For more than 17 years, Brandi Glanville has traveled the world as a high fashion and top runway and print model. She has appeared on the glossy pages of premiere fashion magazines Glamour and Cosmopolitan and worked for luxury design houses, such as Giorgio Armani, Chanel and Gucci. Glanville has recently added author to her resume and is currently exploring opportunities in the publishing world with her debut novel (her second book, a cook book, is already in the works). Her most important role however, is mother to sons Mason and Jake, she has with her ex-husband and television star Eddie Cibrian - whose public break up and divorce was well-documented by the media over the past two years. In her downtime, Glanville enjoys dancing, cooking, golfing, Pilates, hiking with her new rescue pup, Sugar, staying active in her charities and building Lego castles with her boys.
Kim Richards: Housewife, Actress
Kim Richards is a former child actress who is best known as the "Disney Girl,” starring in such films as Escape To Witch Mountain, and No Deposit, No Return. She also appeared in various television series including Nanny and The Professor, James at 15, Hello Larry, Different Strokes," CHiPS and Magnum PI. After co-starring in the feature film Tuff Turf with James Spader and Robert Downey Jr., Kim decided to go into early retirement and devote her time to raising a family. Kim has four children Brooke, Whitney, Chad, and Kimberly. Kim, who is currently single, is the older sister to fellow Housewife, Kyle Richards and Aunt to Paris and Nicky Hilton. She is currently working on various business endeavors including a jewelry and water bottle line that donates proceeds to charity.
Kyle Richards: Housewife, Actress
This California native was born into an acting family in Hollywood, California. She landed her first role at age four in Disney's Escape to Witch Mountain, where she played the younger version of her sister, child actress and fellow housewife Kim Richards. Her other sister is Kathy Hilton, mother to Nicky and Paris Hilton. Kyle’s TV credits include Little House on The Prairie, Carter Country, Down To Earth, and E.R. Film credits include Halloween, and The Watcher in the Woods. More recent acting credits include the Lifetime original movie, “Deadly Sibling Rivalry” and a guest appearance on CSI. Her husband Mauricio Umansky, one of the nation’s top realtors, opened his own real estate business The Agency, which has clients around the world. Kyle opened her own business this year as well - the high end boutique, Kyle by Alene Too in the heart of Beverly Hills on the same block as Lisa Vanderpump’s restaurant, Villa Blanca. Kyle’s greatest passion, however, is being a mother to her four daughters: Farrah, Alexia, Sophia and Portia.
Lisa Vanderpump: Housewife, Restaurateur, Lifestyle Aficionado
This charming and witty Brit has only been in the U.S. for seven years but has already made her mark in Beverly Hills. Lisa Vanderpump was born and raised in London but lived in Monte Carlo and the South of France before moving to California. Married to her husband Ken Todd, the couple celebrated their thirty year anniversary this summer. Lisa and Ken have two children Pandora and Max, plus their four dogs that they also consider their babies. While in Europe, Lisa designed various homes, yachts and all twenty-six bars and restaurants that the couple owned in London and she hasn't slowed down now that she is in the states. Lisa currently owns two restaurants, Villa Blanca, a celebrity hangout, and Sur in West Hollywood, which she just recently redesigned. Design is her passion, but she also writes a page each month for Beverly Hills Lifestyle magazine and launched her first book in October 2011 entitled, Simply Divine, about simple but gorgeous entertaining. In addition, she also has her own skin care line, "Epione.” Lisa is candid about the fact that she spends every night in bed with a gigolo, also known as her pint-sized pup Giggy.
Taylor Armstrong: Housewife, Mother, Philanthropist
Taylor Armstrong is a stunning Oklahoma native who moved to Beverly Hills nine years ago. Taylor is a published author, with her memoirs becoming a New York Times bestseller. The mother of a seven-year old daughter, Kennedy, Taylor continues to dedicate time to charity, and has flown around the country to give speeches to empower women.
Yolanda H.Foster: Housewife, Former Model, Founder of "Hopelessly Romantic"
Yolanda was born and raised in Papendrecht, a small farmer’s town in Holland, where she rode horses, milked cows and loved the farm. She grew up rather fast after her father passed away when she was 7. Feeling the need to provide for her brother and her single mom, she became a dishwasher at the local Chinese restaurant at the age of 13. At aged 16 she was discovered by world famous modeling agent, Eileen Ford, and left Holland to become an international model living and working in Paris, Milan, Hamburg, Sydney, Tokyo, and eventually New York. In 1994 she moved to Los Angeles and started her family with former husband Mohamed Hadid, with whom she has three children, Gigi, Bella and Anwar. In 2000 she became a single mom and moved to a horse farm in Montecito with her young children and ran an interior design business from home. On 11-11-11, Yolanda married the love of her life, producer, songwriter and 16 time Grammy Award winner, David Foster, who is credited with discovering Celine Dion, Michael Buble, Josh Groban, and many more. They currently live in Malibu where Yolanda juggles a blended family of her own children plus five stepdaughters. After getting the kids off to school, she puts in a full day at the office running her exciting new company, Hopelessly Romantic, a creative one-stop destination to help men and women "get wise and keep their romance alive!"
Camille Grammer: Mother, Dancer, Producer
Camille is a multi-talented model, actress, dancer and advocate, who calls Beverly Hills her home. Grammer began her career as a dancer on Club MTV. She was married to sitcom star and icon, Kelsey Grammer, for 13 years. Together, they have a daughter, Mason, and a son, Jude. Camille is currently involved with attorney and entrepreneur, Dimitri Charalambopoulos. She has appeared on both the big and small screens. Most notably, in the Halloween episode of Frasier, in Betty Thomas’ Private Parts, and Woody Allen’s Deconstructing Harry. She has also appeared as a dancer in several music videos. Grammer was featured in the HDTV video dream sequence in David Niles’ Broadway show Dreamtime at The Ed Sullivan Theater. Most recently she made a cameo in S*** My Dad Says and was a Fashion and Lifestyle correspondent for HLN’s 2011 Oscar Coverage. Her hobbies include dancing, skiing, paddle boarding, tennis, hiking, and collecting rare first edition books, such as Pride and Prejudice, Works of Byron 1833, The Sound and the Fury, and the works of William Faulker and Roald Dahl.
Marisa Zanuck: Real Estate Agent
Marisa is old friends with Kyle. The two first met when Marisa joined Hilton and Hyland real estate agency, where Kyle’s husband Mauricio used to work, and Marisa still does. Marisa is married to movie producer Dean Zanuck, who produced the feature films Road to Perdition starring Tom Hanks and Get Low, starring Robert Duvall, Sissy Spaceck and Bill Murray. Dean is part of Hollywood royalty. His father was Richard Zanuck, Oscar winning producer of Driving Miss Daisy, who also produced Jaws, Cocoon, and more recently, Sweeny Todd, Alice in Wonderland and Charlie and the Chocolate Factory, all starring Johnny Depp. Dean’s grandfather was Darryl Zanuck, who was one of the founders of the studio we now know as Twentieth Century-Fox and was the winner of 3 Academy Awards. Marisa and Dean live in Beverly Hills and have two children together, son Jack and daughter Darryl.