Zsa Zsa Gabor

Zsa Zsa Gabor [ ʒɒ ʒɒ ɡa ː bor ] ( born February 6, 1917 in Budapest, Austria - Hungary, as well as Zsuzsanna Sári Gábor Gábor Sári indicated) is an US -American- Hungarian actress.


Zsa Zsa Gabor was the second daughter of the Hungarian soldiers Vilmos Gábor (1884-1962) and his wife Janci " Jolie " Tilleman Gábor; ( specified as Jolie Sári 1896-1997 ) by Magda Gabor ( 1914-1997 ) and before Eva Gabor ( 1919-1995 ) was born. 1936 won the then nineteen year old a beauty contest for Miss Hungary. After training at the Vienna Music Academy Richard Tauber gave her a role in the operetta The Singing Dream. In 1941, after the first burst marriage with a Turkish diplomat, she followed her sister Eva to Hollywood like this to work there as an actress. She became famous mainly through countless public affairs, scandals, divorces and insult processes that even bestowed her a short prison stay.

The artist worked from 1952 with approximately fifty mostly smaller films and numerous television productions, for which she was honored in 2004 with membership in the "B - Movie Hall of Fame". In the movie Moulin Rouge, which was the life of the painter Henri de Toulouse- Lautrec, Zsa Zsa Gabor played the singer Jane Avril.

On 27 November 2002 Zsa Zsa Gabor was involved in a traffic accident and since then sitting in a wheelchair. They received two million in damages. Since then, she is mainly due to various hospitalizations in the media.


Zsa Zsa Gabor has been married eight times:

Based on their accumulated by their short marriages with millionaires assets, particularly real estate and jewelry, as well as their own in this regard clear statements and the marketing of that image Gabor is referred to in Ephraim Katz's " The Film Encyclopedia" as the " most expensive courtesan since Madame de Pompadour ". In addition to her successful staged presence as a " celebrity" and " socialite " faded her film career, mainly comprising roles in B-movies.

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