Real Housewives of Beverly Hills | Marisa Zanuck Joins

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Beverly Hills real estate broker Marisa Zanuck has joined Bravo’s “The Real Housewives of Beverly Hills” next season.

Marissa has appeared on HGTV’s “Selling LA”. Marisa works at Hilton & Hyland, which is run by Rick Hilton, who is married to Kathy Hilton, the half-sister of current cast mates Kim and Kyle Richards.

She made her first sale for Eric Clapton on a house in Venice designed by the famous Japanese architect, Arata Isozaki, who is most celebrated for designing the Museum of Contemporary Art in Los Angeles.  Over the next 14 years, Marisa has helped buy and sell hundreds of homes in Beverly Hills, Sunset Plaza, the Hollywood Hills and the Westside of Los Angeles.







In her spare time, Marisa is committed to philanthropic endeavors and sits on the board of UNICEF.

Marissa is married to Hollywood producer Dean Zanuck, son of producer Richard Zanuck and grandson of legendary Darryl F. Zanuck, a co-founder of 20th Century Fox. They will mark their 12th year of wedded bliss on June, 11th this year. They have two children, Jack, 8 and Darryl, 5.

Marisa and Dean are a good looking couple. Season 3 cannot start soon enough for me!




Source: Page Six, The Zanuck Team

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  • Booo! Would rather have Camille back and Kyle gone!

  • Boo! Forget her! Don’t put her on the show.


    A new life to the show I hope it all works out well!  Good luck

  • Cheryllee

    oh no Camille is gone,,couldnt they have gotten rid of Kyle or Kim or Taylr or all three and kept Camille,,,lisa ,,Camille,,,Brandi and Adrianne are sweet,,,but the rest of the cast may have money but they r poor on personality and class