From "Housewives" to "The End of Halloween," Kyle Richards's Life Comes Full Circle

Even if it wasn't precisely what Kyle Richards had in mind for herself as a child, she has found enormous success on camera as one of the longest-reigning queens on Bravo's "Real Housewives" franchise.

The "Real Housewives of Beverly Hills" fan favourite started her career as a child actress aged five, following her sisters Kathy and Kim, who have also participated on the show.

Even though the shots fired at some of those dinner parties might make reality TV look a lot like a horror movie, Richards says they are very different things.

Richards played Lindsey Wallace in "Halloween" when she was only eight years old. Lindsey was one of the kids who were watched by the famous character Laurie Strode, played by Jamie Lee Curtis.

Even though Lindsey showed up in a few of the sequels, Richards didn't come back until David Gordon Green updated the franchise. He was in last year's "Halloween Kills" and this year's "Halloween Ends," which is supposed to be the last one.

"I mean, I've always been myself on the show, and I'm not afraid to say what I think.

"It's hard to watch these things happen on camera," Richards said.

Richards' outspoken sisters are on "Housewives," so it's a family affair. She defended her sister Kathy against racist off-camera accusations in the most recent season.