LOS ANGELES (CelebrityAccess) — Zsa Zsa Gabor, a Hungarian-born actress, known for her glamorous affectation and prolific experience as a bride, died on Sunday in Los Angeles. She was 99.
Her longtime publicist told the New York Times that Gabor died of heart failure.
Gabor started her career in the limelight with stage roles and by winning Miss Hungary in 1936 before she emigrated to the US in 1941.
Her acting credits include Moulin Rouge, Lovely to Look At and We're Not Married! (1952), Lili (1953) and the Orson Wells classic Touch of Evil (1958).
Gabor also ventured into the world of television, with feature roles and guest appearances on dozens of programs, ranging from Gilligan's Island to the Love Boat and Fresh Prince of Bel-Air.
Gabor was married at least 8 times, with her list of husbands including Burhan Asaf Belge, a Turkish intellectual; American Hotelier Conrad Hilton; English film and television actor George Sanders; investment banker Herbert Hutner; Joshua S. Cosden, Jr; toymaker Jack Ryan; Michael O'Hara; Mexican attorney and actor Felipe de Alba; and German entrepreneur Frédéric Prinz von Anhalt.
Ms. Gabor is survived by her final husband Mr. Prinz von Anhalt. – Staff Writers