Francesca Hilton is an actress, comedienne and writer as well as the daughter of actress and socialite Zsa Zsa Gabor and founder of the Hilton Hotels, Conrad Hilton, who has a net worth of $10 million. Francesca Hilton's net worth is accumulated through her family name as well as her acting roles. Her mother married Conrad Hilton in 1942 and they divorced in 1946. Francesca's aunts, Eva and Magda never had any children. She is the great aunt of Paris and Nicky Hilton. She has appeared in some television films as well as on the big screen. She played the role of a shoplifter in the film "Cleopatra Jones," as Helene in the movie "Pterodactyl Woman from Beverly Hills" and in the television detective show "Cannon." She also had the role of Woman #one in the movie, Liz: the Elizabeth Taylor Story in 1995 and "A Safe Place" in 1971. In 2005 her mother Zsa Zsa accused Francesca of trying to steal $2 million by forging her name to take out a loan on her mother's house in Bel Air. But the case was dropped when her mother failed to appear in court and refused to sign any papers in the law suit. The law suit was filed by Zsa Zsa's husband, Frederic Prinz Van Anhalt. The war between Francesca Hilton and her stepfather continues.