Zsa Zsa Gabor Biography (1919-)

Original name, Sari Gabor; born February 6, 1919, in Budapest, Hungary; daughter of Vilmos and Jolie (a manager) Gabor; sister of Eva Gabor (an actress and entrepreneur) and Magda Gabor (an actress and jewelry designer); married Burhan Belge (a Turkish diplomat), 1940 (marriage ended, 1941); married ConradHilton (a hotel owner), 1942 (divorced, 1948); married George Sanders (an actor), 1949 (marriage ended, 1954); married Herbert Hutmer (an investor), 1964(divorced, 1966); married Joshua Cosden Jr., 1966 (divorced, 1967); married Jack Ryan (an inventor), 1975 (divorced, 1976); married Michael O'Hara (a lawyer), 1977 (divorced, 1982); married Felipe De Alba, 1982 (marriage not legal,ended after one day, 1982); married Prince Frederick Von Anhalt (the Duke ofSaxony), August 14, 1986 (separated, 1998); children: (second marriage) Francesca Hilton (an actress). Addresses: Agent--Abrams, Rubaloff, and Lawrence, 8075 West Third St., Suite 303, Los Angeles, CA 90048.

Nationality
Hungarian
Gender
Female
Birth Details
February 6, 1919
Budapest, Hungary

Famous Works

  • Credits; Film Appearances
  • Zsa Zsa, Lovely to Look At, Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer, 1952.
  • Eve Melrose, We're Not Married, Twentieth Century-Fox, 1952.
  • Jane Avril, Moulin Rouge, United Artists, 1952.
  • Flirt at bar, The Story of Three Loves, Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer, 1953.
  • Sangre y Luces (also known as Sang et Lumieres), Mercurio Films/Cocinor,1953.
  • Lola la Blonde, Public Enemy Number One (also known as The Most Wanted Man in the World, The Most Wanted Man, Il Nemico Pubblico Numero Uno, and L'Ennemi Public Numero Un), Cite Films/Cocinor/Fides/Pegproducione Film, 1953.
  • Rosalie, Lili, Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer, 1953.
  • Three Ring Circus (also known as Jerrico, the Wonder Clown and 3 Ring Circus), Paramount, 1953.
  • Mrs. Ryan, Death of a Scoundrel (also known as Loves of a Scoundrel, TheLoves and Death of a Scoundrel, and Diary of a Scoundrel), Universal, 1956.
  • The Girl in the Kremlin, Universal, 1957.
  • Talleah, Queen of Outer Space, Allied Artists, 1958.
  • Eve Trent, The Man Who Wouldn't Talk, British Lion, 1958.
  • Zsa Zsa, Country Music Holiday, Paramount, 1958.
  • Nightclub owner, Touch of Evil, Universal, 1958.
  • For the First Time, Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer, 1959.
  • Pepe, Columbia, 1960.
  • Moss's girlfriend, Boys Night Out, Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer, 1962.
  • The Road to Hong Kong, United Artists, 1962.
  • Jessica, Picture Mommy Dead, Embassy, 1966.
  • Gigi, Arriverdici Baby! (also known as Drop Dead Darling), Paramount, 1966.
  • Cameo, Jack of Diamonds, Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer, 1967.
  • Mata Hari, Up the Front, Associated London, 1972.
  • Premiere female star, Won Ton Ton, the Dog Who Saved Hollywood (also known as Won Ton Ton), Paramount, 1976.
  • Hollywood Here I Come, 1980.
  • Frankenstein's Great-Aunt Tillie, 1985.
  • Herself, Smart Alec, Vestron Video, 1986.
  • Herself, A Nightmare on Elm Street Part III: Dream Warriors, New Line Cinema, 1987.
  • Aunt Amalie, Johann Strauss: Le Roi sans Couronne, Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer, 1987.
  • Voice of Blossom, Happily Ever After (animated), First National Film Corporation, 1990.
  • Herself, The Naked Gun 2 1/2: The Smell of Fear, Paramount, 1991.
  • Herself, The Beverly Hillbillies, Twentieth Century-Fox, 1993.
  • Est e Ouest: Les Paradis Perdus (also known as East and West: Paradises Lost), 1993.
  • Herself, A Very Brady Sequel, Paramount, 1996.
  • Credits; Television Appearances: Episodic
  • "The Great Impersonation," Climax, CBS, 1955.
  • "Man of Taste," Climax, CBS, 1955.
  • "The Honest Man," General Electric Theater (also known as G. E. Theater),CBS, 1956.
  • "The Tall Dark Stranger," Matinee Theater, NBC, 1956.
  • "The Louella Parsons Story," Climax, CBS, 1956.
  • "Autumn Fever," Ford Theater (also known as Ford Television Theater), NBC, 1956.
  • "The Babylonian Heart," Matinee Theater, NBC, 1956.
  • "Grandpa Meets Zsa Zsa," Love That Bob, CBS, 1956.
  • "The Greer Case," Playhouse 90, CBS, 1957.
  • "Circle of the Day," Playhouse 90, CBS, 1957.
  • "The Last Voyage," Matinee Theater, NBC, 1957.
  • "The Subpeona," Matinee Theater, NBC, 1958.
  • "The Two Mrs. Carrolls," Matinee Theater, NBC, 1958.
  • "This Will Do Nicely," Lux Playhouse, CBS, 1959.
  • "The Zsa Zsa Gabor Show," December Bride, CBS, 1959.
  • Person to Person, CBS, 1959.
  • Hobby Lobby, ABC, 1959.
  • "Kathy and the Glamour Girl," The Danny Thomas Show, CBS, 1960.
  • "The Legend That Walks Like a Man," General Electric Theater (also knownas G. E. Theater), CBS, 1961.
  • "Charlie's Duet," The Dick Powell Show, NBC, 1963.
  • "Zsa Zsa," Mr. Ed, CBS, 1963.
  • "Who Killed Cable Roberts?," Burke's Law, ABC, 1963.
  • "Redecorating the Nursery," The Joey Bishop Show, NBC, 1964.
  • "Who Killed the Super Sleuth?," Burke's Law, ABC, 1964.
  • "Double Jeopardy," Bob Hope Presents the Chrysler Theater, NBC, 1965.
  • Shindig, ABC, 1965.
  • Erika Tiffany Smyth, "Erika Tiffany Smyth to the Rescue," Gilligan's Island, CBS, 1965.
  • "Play, Gypsy, Play," F Troop, ABC, 1966.
  • The Rounders, ABC, 1966.
  • Gypsy, "Maestro Hoss," Bonanza, NBC, 1967.
  • "Ernie and Zsa Zsa," My Three Sons, CBS, 1968.
  • Minerva, "Minerva, Mayhem and Millionaires," Batman, ABC, 1968.
  • "Fear of High Places," The Name of the Game, NBC, 1968.
  • Herself, Rowan and Martin's Laugh-In (also known as Laugh-In), NBC, 1968.
  • "King David," Bracken's World, NBC, 1969.
  • Mrs. Moore, "The Painted Mirror," Night Gallery, NBC, 1971.
  • "A Very Formal Heist," Supertrain, NBC, 1979.
  • "Return of the Captain's Brother," The Love Boat, ABC, 1980.
  • "Blair and the Countess," The Facts of Life, NBC, 1981.
  • Lydia Marlowe, As the World Turns, CBS, 1981.
  • "Svengali," Knots Landing, CBS, 1982.
  • "The Purrfect Crime," Matt Houston, ABC, 1983.
  • "12.4.87," It's Garry Shandling's Show (also known as The Garry ShandlingShow), Showtime, 1987.
  • The New Hollywood Squares, syndicated, 1989.
  • "The Gabors," Entertainment Tonight, syndicated, 1989.
  • Sonya Lamor, The Fresh Prince of Bel-Air, NBC, 1991.
  • Clive James, PBS, 1994.
  • Empty Nest, NBC, 1994.
  • Herself, Cybill, CBS, 1995.
  • The Ruby Wax Show (also known as Ruby Wax Meets), Fox, 1997.
  • Also appeared in The Late Show with David Letterman, CBS.
  • Credits; Television Appearances; Specials
  • The Bob Hope Show, NBC, 1954.
  • The Bob Hope Special, NBC, 1959.
  • Ninotchka, ABC, 1960.
  • The Bob Hope Show, NBC, 1961.
  • Voice, Alice in Wonderland, ABC, 1966.
  • Charlie Barnett: Terms of Enrollment, Cinemax, 1986.
  • All Star Party for Clint Eastwood, CBS, 1986.
  • Pee-Wee's Playhouse Christmas Special, CBS, 1988.
  • Miss Hollywood Talent Show, syndicated, 1989.
  • The Full Wax, Arts and Entertainment, 1992.
  • A Day in the Life of Hollywood, Showtime, 1992.
  • Late Show with David Letterman Video Special, CBS, 1994.
  • Celebrities on Trial, Arts and Entertainment, 1995.
  • Credits; Television Appearances; Movies
  • Herself, California Girls, ABC, 1985.
  • The Naked Truth, Cinemax, 1992.
  • Credits; Television Appearances; Pilots
  • Just Plain Folks, NBC, 1956.
  • Credits; Stage Appearances
  • Arsenic and Old Lace, 1975.
  • Forty Carats, 1983.
  • Made stage debut in Europe; also appeared in Blithe Spirit.
  • Credits; Taped Readings
  • One Lifetime Is Not Enough, Simon and Schuster Audioworks, 1991.
  • Writings;Memoirs
  • (With Wendy Leigh) One Lifetime Is Not Enough, Delacorte (New York City),1991.
  • Writings;Advice
  • Zsa Zsa's Complete Guide to Men, 1969.
  • How to Catch a Man, How to Keep a Man, How to Get Rid of a Man, Doubleday(Garden City, NY), 1971.

Further Reference

Periodicals:

  • Entertainment Weekly, September 30, 1994, p. 76.

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