Zsa Zsa Gabor, Hungarian
Zsa Zsa Gabor
Sári Gábor, better known under the name of Zsa Zsa Gabor, is an American actress of Hungarian descent, born February 6, 1917 (1917-02-06) (93 years). She is the sister of Eva Gabor and Magda Gabor.
In 1936, she won the title, then just try his luck in Hollywood.
She is best known for his legal troubles, his scandals, his flamboyant style, his taste for jewelry and luxury, and for her nine marriages. She had one child, Constance Francesca Hilton in 1947, his marriage to Conrad Hilton, founder of Hilton Hotels.
Since 2002, she was partially paralyzed after a car accident. In 2005, she suffered a stroke.
In mid-July 2010, it has imposed several fractures after a fall at his home in Bel Air: hospitalized July 17 in Los Angeles, she is in a serious condition, according to his agent. On 19 July it was announced that the hip surgery was a success.
Zsa Zsa Gabor has been married nine times, she was divorced 7 times and one of his marriages has been canceled. Her husbands are in chronological order
* Burhan Asaf Belge (1937 - 1941) (divorced)
see (in) Burhan Asaf Belge
* Conrad Hilton (1942 - 1947) (divorced)
* George Sanders (1949 - 1954) (divorced)
* Herbert Hutner (1962 - 1966) (divorced)
View (fr) Herbert Hutner
* Joshua S. Cosden, Jr. (1966 - 1967) (divorced)
* Jack Ryan (1975 - 1976) (divorced)
He had participated in the design of the Barbie doll, see (in) Jack Ryan (designer)
* Michael O'Hara (1976 - 1983) (divorced)
* Felipe de Alba (1983) (setting aside the day after the wedding)
Born in 1924, died November 15, 2005, see (in) Felipe de Alba
* Frederic Prinz von Anhalt (marriage in 1986)
Born in 1945. He said he was perhaps the father of Dannielynn (born 2006), the daughter of Anna Nicole Smith (1967-2007)
* 1952: The Kings of the seam (Lovely to Look At) Mervyn LeRoy
* 1952: Five trial marriages (We're Not Married!) Edmund Goulding
* 1952: Moulin Rouge de John Huston
* 1953: Story of Three Loves, directed by Vincente Minnelli
* 1953: Lili Charles Walters
* 1953: Public Enemy Number One Henri Verneuil
* 1957: Touch of Evil by Orson Welles
* 1960: Pepe de George Sidney (Cameo)
* 1962: Astronauts in spite of themselves (The Road to Hong Kong) N. Panama (Cameo)
* 1976: Won Ton Ton, the Dog Who Saved Hollywood (Won Ton Ton, the Dog Who Saved Hollywood) Michael Winner
* 1978: Every Girl Should Have One by Robert Hyatt
* 1987: Freddy 3 Chuck Russell
See also Taylor Swift
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