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Long Hair Celebrity: Kim Richards


Kim Richards Holding Image Of Her Below The Waist Length Hair 2005

Kim Richards is famous in the community of long hair fans for her years of having below-the-waist wheat blonde tresses. An actress, Kim Richards was born in Mineola, New York on September 19, 1964.

She made her acting debut on television's Nanny and the Professor in 1970. Besides her long sweep of silky long hair, she is famous for appearing in the Walt Disney Classic film, Escape to Witch Mountain. In 1979 she starred on the TV-Series Hello Larry with deceased actor Mc Lean Stevenson of Mash fame.

She also appeared with Charlie's Angels star Jaclyn Smith in The Whiz Kid in 1976 and the Carnival Caper. She is the aunt of socialite star Paris Hilton.

Kim Richards 2005

The blonde beauty temporarily disappeared from the acting world after filming the popular Tuff Turf movie in 1985.

She took time off from her career to get married and have a family. She filmed the movie Escape in 1990 and Escape to Witch Mountain for TV in 1995.

(Image of Actress Kim Richards - - all rights reserved - 2005).

In 2002 she was in The Blair Witch Mountain Project and is currently filming Black Snake Moan scheduled to be released in 2006.

Sadly the actress no longer has her waist length locks. However, she is still blonde and looks gorgeous with long hair that extends to the middle of her back.


Although the beautiful and talented long tressed star has been MIA for a few years, it appears that she is making her way back into the spotlight.

Watch for Kim's next movie and hopefully you will get a glimpse of this very talented actress on the busy talk show circuit.

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