Zsa Zsa Gabor Dies

Zsa Zsa Gabor Dead at 99

Hollywood icon Zsa Zsa Gabor, whose vast, colorful career included numerous roles on screens both big and small, died Sunday after suffering a heart attack. She was 99.

The Hungarian-born beauty queen’s TV credits included guest stints on The Milton Berle Show, Batman, Gilligan’s Island, Bonanza, The Love Boat, The Facts of Life, It’s Garry Shandling’s Show, and The Fresh Prince of Bel-Air. She often played herself.

Gabor made a cameo in 1996’s A Very Brady Sequel, in what would end up being her final acting role.

Gabor’s personal life was the stuff of legend. The socialite was married nine times, including to hotelier Conrad Hilton and actor George Sanders.

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11 Comments
  1. MTMSLG says:

    Wow! What a life! Loved her. Bless you Zsa Zsa.

  2. MMD says:

    She was a flamboyant, outrageous and fun loving lady and I hope that she is now finding peace, something I do not think she has had over the last decade or so. Godspeed.

  3. grazelled says:

    Wow what a year 2016 has been! Peace and Godspeed, Zsa Zsa.

  4. And yet, she couldnt help save the crew of the SS Minnow off the island?

  5. Rex the Wonder Dog says:

    I thought she died years ago. Maybe it was her sister I was thinking of. Anyway. R.I.P, Zsa Zsa.

  6. 😢 And another one is gone…

  7. dman6015 says:

    RIP, Ms. Gabor. The original Paris Hilton/Kartrashians.

  8. TV Gord says:

    I recommend finding her hilarious segment with David Letterman (it’s on YouTube) with them driving around Los Angeles from one fast food restaurant to another. It’ll make you laugh at this sad time.