Lisa Rinna from "The Celebrity Apprentice 2011" is one of the celebrity contestants in Season 4 of the NBC reality competition seires. She most recently starred in"Harry Loves Lisa," a TV Land reality docu-series about her marriage to actor Harry Hamlin. Previously, she was one of the contestants in Season 2 of ABC's ballroom competition "Dancing with the Stars." Rinna and her partner Louis van Amstel were eliminated in Week 7, finishing in 4th place overall.

With her exotic looks, prodigious talent, infectious energy and savvy business acumen, Lisa Rinna has become one of the most recognizable faces in Hollywood. Rinna recently release her second book, "STARLIT," a deliciously revealing roman a clef about life on and off the red carpet. Filled with colorful characters, Hollywood insider details, scandalous backstabbing, and more than a few scenes – and villains—from Lisa's real life, "STARLIT" combines the fun of "Days of Our Lives," "Melrose Place" and Us Weekly into one titillating Hollywood drama.

In 2010 Rinna published her first book, "Rinnavation." In the New York Times Best Seller, she divulges her diet and exercise secrets, gives advice on how to lead a happy, healthy life and shares her tips for maintaining physical and mental health in the hectic real world. In chapters that deal with issues affecting body, mind and spirit, she offers a practical and motivational advice on a wealth of topics.

Rinna has released a series of fitness DVDs for Warner Home Video called "Lisa Rinna: Dance Body Beautiful." They include: "Jive, Jump, Ballroom Bump," "Ballroom Learn and Burn," "Ballroom Body Blast" and "Hip Hop Ballroom." All DVDs feature a unique high-energy cardio workout created by Rinna and "Dancing with the Stars" choreographer, Louis van Amstel.

Rinna recently served as host and fashion expert for TV Guide Network's signature Red Carpet pre-shows at Hollywood's biggest events, including the Academy Awards, Emmy Awards, Grammy Awards, Golden Globe Awards and Screen Actor's Guild Awards.

Rinna starred as Roxie Hart alongside her husband Harry Hamlin in the hit Broadway musical, "Chicago." Before joining the Broadway cast on June 19, 2007, Rinna performed with the "Chicago" National Tour.

Rinna's hosting credits include Oxygen's hair competition Tease and co-host of SOAPnet's daily talk show "Soap Talk" from 2002-2006, where she was nominated for 4 Daytime Emmy Awards for "Outstanding Talk Show Host."

She also competed on the hit ABC series, "Dancing with the Stars" and participated in the national "Dancing with the Stars" tour.

In the realm of television, few can boast such an enduring and prolific career as small-screen queen Lisa Rinna. Rinna is known to many as Billie Reed, the free-spirited character she played on NBC's daytime hit "Days of Our Lives" throughout the '90s and in 2002. Rinna also starred as "love-to-hate-her" Taylor McBride on Fox's long-running primetime smash, "Melrose Place." Additionally, Rinna was also seen in a recurring role on the edgyUPN drama series "Veronica Mars" portraying one half of a "movie star" couple, opposite real-life husband, Harry Hamlin.

Rinna hosted the hour-long reality series for Lifetime Television entitled "Merge," which focused on newly married couples trying to create a home that blends elements of each person's past. Lisa was also seen as a special correspondent for "Entertainment Tonight" and "Access Hollywood."

Lisa starred in the Lifetime Original movie, "Sex, Lies and Obsession" opposite husband Harry Hamlin. Her previous Lifetime film, "Another Woman's Husband" boasted one of the highest ratings for any film ever on the network.

Additional television credits include a guest spot on the ABC comedy series "8 Simple Rules," the NBC series "The Hogan Family," and an episode of "Movie Stars" for the WB, the first ever on-screen appearance she shared opposite her husband. In 2007 Rinna appeared as Donna Devaney, a love interest for Johnny Drama (Kevin Dillon), in HBO's Emmy Nominated Series "Entourage."

In 2002, Rinna also served as a frequent guest host opposite Regis Philbin, with eight appearances during the "Live with Regis" search for his new permanent co-host. Although Kelly Ripa wound-up with the assignment, the well-received "Regis" appearances caught the attention of the executives at SoapNet, which led to the development of her own successful talk show, "Soap Talk," as well as Lifetime's "Merge."

In May, 2002 Rinna embraced her life-long love of fashion, and opened her own women's clothing boutique, BELLE GRAY, named after daughter's Delilah Belle and Amelia Gray. Since opening the doors in the heart of Sherman Oaks, California, Rinna's trend-setting store has become one of Los Angeles' must-stop shopping destinations, with the influential fashion insider magazine The Daily, naming Rinna "The New Face of L.A. Retail," during the Fall, 2003 LA Fashion Week. In June, 2005, Rinna opened her second BELLE GRAY boutique, which is located in The Commons of Calabasas, California.

A press favorite and CEO of a wildly successful fashion venture, Lisa is a popular guest on many high-profile national television shows including an appearance on the "The Oprah Winfrey Show," which selected Belle Gray as one of "Celebrities Favorite Places," and featured a star-studded in-store tour with Belle Gray shopper Cindy Crawford.

Rinna currently resides in Los Angeles with her husband and two daughters.

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How tall is she? How old is she? Where does she live? Find out here.

Age: 53 years old
Birthday: July 11, 1963
Height: 5' 7"
Full Name / Real Name: Lisa Deanna Rinna
Birthplace: Medford, OR
Current Residence: Los Angeles, CA
Husband: Harry Hamlin (3/29/1997, 2 children)

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