American Actress. Born Constance Francesca Hilton to wealth, privelege and fame, she was the only daughter of actress Zsa Zsa Gabor and Hilton Hotels founder Conrad Hilton. She once dated actor Peter Sellers and made her acting debut in the 1971 film, 'A Safe Place' and had roles in 'Cleopatra Jones' (1973), 'Gravy Train' (1974), 'Pterodactyl Woman from Beverly Hills' (1997) and 'Forever Fabulous' (1999). On television, she appeared in 'Cannon' and in the made-for-TV movie 'Liz: The Elizabeth Taylor Story'. When her father died in 1979, much of his multimillion dollar estate was left to his foundation and she was given $100,000. She contested the will in court, but lost. During the 1980s, she worked as a photographer, a publicist and once had a summer job taking reservations at the Beverly Hilton Hotel in Beverly Hills. In recent years, she performed regularly at the Comedy Store on Sunset Boulevard. Hilton died after suffering a stroke in a Los Angeles restaurant.
Bio by: Louis du Mort