Kim isn’t the only Richards daughter who has gained fame. Her sister Kyle Richards was also an actress at a young age, though her star never rose as far as Kim’s. Kyle has joined Kim a number of times on “The Real Housewives of Beverly Hills.” But, there’s one more sister: Kathy Hilton. Does that last name sound familiar?
That’s right, Kim and Kyle are Paris Hilton’s aunts. The reality show has struggled due to Kim’s battle with alcoholism, with some even accusing Kyle of being an enabler, a title she has fought against, stating she just wants what’s best for her sister.
While Helen Hunt doesn't have one single famous character attached to her, she started studying acting at eight years old with her father, director, and acting coach Gordon Hunt. She debuted at nine and has appeared in "Amy Prentiss," "The Bionic Woman," "Swiss Family Robinson," "The Facts of Life," and "The Fitzpatricks."
She's won four Emmy Awards, a Blockbuster Award, four American Comedy Awards, four Golden Globes, two Screen Actors Guild awards, and an Oscar (Best Actress in "As Good as it Gets"). She's not going anywhere soon and is likely to continue her career for years to come.
Kim Richards appeared in a huge number of television shows throughout the seventies and is most notable as a child star for her role in "Race to Witch Mountain." She's had a number of notable roles as an adult, including as Christina Ricci's mother in the film "Black Snake Moan."
In 2010, she began appearing on the reality TV show "The Real Housewives of Beverly Hills," which became an immediate hit. Richards has had a number of run-ins with the law due to alcohol abuse but attended rehab and has remained clean and sober for years. You go, girl.
A child actor from "The Waltons," Walmsley is also the famous voice of Christopher Robin for Disney's 'Winnie the Pooh.' However, Walmsley is also a well-known musician and composer and has worked with a number of other recording artists, such as Richard Marx, Roger Daltrey, and John Mayall.
Walmsley has appeared on the Waltons' reunions but has also appeared on TV on a few other occasions, including "It's Always Sunny in Philadelphia" in 2006. He's been a composer and musician on various programs, like "8 Rules for Dating My Teenage Daughter" and Secret "Life of an American Teenager."
Susan Swift's very first role, at the age of thirteen, was in the film "Ivy Templeton," for which she received rave reviews. She continued acting throughout the 1980s and made her last film appearance in 1995's "Halloween: The Curse of Michael Myers."
Susan went on to study law and married attorney Alan Arnall in 1995. The two have had seven children together, and she decided to become a full-time mother. However, she also has time to write about politics for conservative sites Politichicks and Breitbart and has also written a children's book about guns. Now we're talking.