Paris Hilton was born in New York, New York and has an estimated net worth of $100 million dollars. The great-granddaughter of Conrad Hilton, the founder of the Hilton Hotel chain, Paris Hilton was born into money. She began working as a model while in elementary school and was subsequently signed to T Management. She has modeled for various advertising campaigns, including work for Guess, Christian Dior, and Marciano, among others. She became a household name in 2003, when she began appearing on the reality show, "The Simple Life". A sex tape, which she tried to have suppressed, was also released in 2003 under the title, "One Night in Paris".
She has made guest appearances on various television programs, including "The O.C.", "Las Vegas", and "Veronica Mars", and also played supporting roles in such films as "Nine Lives" and "House of Wax". She has also appeared on a number of reality series including "Paris Hilton's My New BFF", and its various spin-offs, and the short-lived, "The World According to Paris'. She has also released one album. Paris Hilton's family has a fortune in the billions. Paris' family money comes from the hotel business, but paris has her hands in a lot of business as well. Paris has a shoe line, perfume, CD and movie royalties, money from appearances, a book, clothes, and hair accessories, just to name a few.
Paris gets between $25,000 and $100,000 for a hosting fee to appear at parties and clubs.
See also Kim Kardashian net worth.