Kourtney Kardashian. biography

NAME:Kourtney Kardashian BIRTH DATE:April 18, 1979 (Age: 35) PLACE OF BIRTH:Mill Valley, California

Socialite Kourtney Mary Kardashian was born on April 18, 1979, in Mill Valley, California and is the oldest child of Kris Jenner and the late Robert Kardashian.

Kourtney first tasted stardom when she appeared in the reality series Filthy Rich: Cattle Drive (2004), prior to gaining full celebrity status for her role as the "responsible" eldest daughter amongst her dysfunctional family in their hit reality series Keeping Up with the Kardashians. The show revolved around the family's life together as up-and-coming socialites, which included her two sisters Kim and Khloé and brother Rob, Kris' new husband, Olympian Bruce Jenner, and his two young daughters Kendall and Kylie.

In 2009, Kourtney and Khloé earned their own spin-off show, Kourtney and Khloé Take Miami, which chronicled the grand opening of the family's boutique chain D-A-S-H in Miami. Two years later, Kourtney starred alongside Kim in their spin-off series Kourtney and Kim Take New York, again, focused around the opening of their third boutique in New York. Also during this time, Kourtney mad her acting debut as attorney Kassandra Kavanaughon in the soap opera One Life to Live to dismal reviews.

Most recently, Kourtney announced the arrival of yet another spin-off show with Kim, called Kourtney and Kim Take Miami, in 2013.

Kourtney also has an extensive business background, which includes the children's clothing boutique Smooch, an endorsement contract with Quick Trim, the skincare line PerfectSkin, the jewelry line Virgins, Saints and Angels, a clothing line for Bebe, the clothing line K-Dash, the sunless tanner Kardashian Glamour Tan and her debut book Kardashian Konfidential (2010) with the help of her sisters.

Aside from her image and business, Kourtney and her finance Scott Disick have two children together: their son Mason Dash Disick (b. 2009) and daughter Penelope Scotland Disick (b. 2012).

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