Zsa Zsa Gabor has died at persons under the age of 99. The actress and socialite croaked of a heart attack, according to TMZ.
At her top, Gabor was one of the most famous women around the world. Known for her unapologetically lavish life-style and bombshell epitome, she was in the public eye for more than six decades. Though Gabor withdrew from the limelight in her later years, she remained an accepting person of old Hollywood glamour.
The daughter of a soldier and a European jewelry heiress, Sari Gabor was born on Feb. 6, 1917,( her birth year has been feuded throughout her career) in Budapest, Hungary. Gabor, who started referring to herself as Zsa Zsa in childhood, was discovered by the famed opera singer Richard Tauber in 1934, preparing her on a course toward superstardom.
Although Gabor induced her line on the projection screen with characters in “Lovely to Ogle At”( 1952 ), “Moulin Rouge”( 1952 ), “Death of a Scoundrel”( 1956 ), “Queen of Outer Space”( 1958) and Orson Welles’ “Touch of Evil”( 1958 ), her foremost claim to fame was her hectic woos with some of the biggest Hollywood starrings of the working day, earning her the questionable entitlement of “the most successful courtesan of the 20 th century.”