Eva Gabor

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Eva Gabor
Eva Gabor
Birthday/Birthplace (1919-02-11)February 11, 1919
Budapest, Hungarian Republic
Deceased July 4, 1995(1995-07-04)
Los Angeles, California, U.S.
Cause of death Respiratory failure and Pneumonia
Resting place Westwood Village Memorial Park Cemetery
Other names Gábor Éva
Profession(s) Actress, businesswoman, socialite
Active Years 1941–1990 (retired)
  • Eric Valdemar Drimmer
    (m. 1937; div. 1942)
  • Charles Isaacs
    (m. 1943; div. 1949)
  • John Elbert Williams
    (m. 1956; div. 1957)
  • Richard Brown
    (m. 1959; div. 1973)
  • Frank Gard Jameson, Sr.
    (m. 1973; div. 1983)
Parent(s) Vilmos Gábor (father)
Jolie Gabor (mother)
Family Magda Gabor (sister)
Zsa Zsa Gabor (sister)
Constance Francesca Hilton (niece)

Eva Gabor (Budapest, Austro-Hungarian Empire, February 11, 1919 – Los Angeles, July 4, 1995), was a Hungarian actress based in the United States. She was known for her role in the comedy television series Green Acres (1965-1971) as “Lisa Douglas”. It was also the voice in English of “Duchess” in the animated film of Walt Disney The Aristocats and “Miss Bianca” in the movies Bernardo and Bianca and Bernardo and Bianca in Kangaroo, also of the Disney factory. Gabor also achieved some success in Hollywood, Broadway and television. She was also an outstanding businesswoman, owner of several brands that distributed beauty, clothing and makeup products. She was the younger sister of the also actresses and socialites, Zsa Zsa and Magda Gabor.

Eva_Gabor’s Biography

First years and career

He was born in Budapest, Hungary, in the last stage of the Austro-Hungarian Empire, the daughter of Hungarian parents. Eva Gabor was the youngest of the three daughters of Vilmor Gabor (1884-1962), a soldier and his wife Jolie (1896-1997), a jeweler. She was the first of the sisters to immigrate to the United States, with her first husband, an Swedish osteopath, Dr. Eric V. Drimmer, in 1939, shortly after they married in London. Her first film role was in the United States as an actress at Paramount Pictures.

During the 1950s, he appeared in several “A” rating films, including The Last Time I Saw Paris, starring Elizabeth Taylor and artists and models, which featured Dean Martin and Jerry Lewis. In 1953, he was given his own television show, The Eva Gabor Show, which aired for a season (1953-1954). Throughout the rest of the 1950s and early 1960s, he appeared in film and television. It appeared in an episode of Justice’s mystery series, and was in the game show What’s My Line? as the “mystery challenger”. His film appearances during this era included a new version of My Man Godfrey, Gigi, and He Started with a Kiss. ​​

In a 2007 article in Vanity Fair magazine, Gabor was called, “An artist play with a healthy, even joyful sensuality that can undermine the continental sophistication that was supposedly his calling card that can come through like Sally Field Make an impression of Marlene Dietrich’s party.You can see the effort.She was probably at her best on television at Green Acres, playing a cross between Gracie Allen and herself.

Eva Gabor Net Worth – $30 Million

More Facts about Eva Gabor

Whole Name Eva Gabor
AKA(s) Eva Gabor, Gabor, Eva
Born/Where Budapest, Hungary
Born February 11, 1919
Died 1995-07-04
Lived 76 years, 4 month, 21 days
Astrological sign Aquarius
What He/She Does Actress, businesswoman, socialite
His/Her Height 5′ 21″ (1.59 m)
Relationships Frank Gard Jameson, Sr.
Parents/Family Vilmos G�bor

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