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Actress Zsa Zsa Gabor dies at 99

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1954: Zsa Zsa Gabor the Hollywood star and film actress and most famous of the Gabor sisters. Born in Hungary they all went to the USA to start their careers in films. Zsa Zsa is probably most famous for her marriages, her jewellery and her lifestyle and she has always courted publicity of any kind. (Photo by Baron/Getty Images)

Zsa Zsa Gabor, the jet-setting Hungarian actress who made a career out of multiple marriages, conspicuous wealth and jaded wisdom about the glamorous life, has died. She was 99.

Her husband, Prince Frederic von Anhalt, says Gabor died after suffering a heart attack. She was rushed to the hospital where she was pronounced dead.

Gabor would have turned 100 in February.

Gabor had nearly 80 TV and film acting credits. She appeared in films ranging from “Moulin Rouge” in 1952 to “Queen of Outer Space” in 1958, but she was best known for her many love affairs and tabloid scandals.

She is the great aunt of Paris Hilton and a spiritual matriarch to the Kardashians, Simpsons and other tabloid favorites, she was the original hall-of-mirrors celebrity, famous for being famous for being famous.

The Hungarian beauty and her younger sister Eva were socialites in Beverly Hills for decades.

Films in which Zsa Zsa Gabor appeared

“Lovely to Look At,” 1952.

“Moulin Rouge,” 1952.

“The Story of Three Loves,” 1953.

“Lili,” 1953.

“Three Ring Circus,” 1954.

“Death of a Scoundrel,” 1956.

“The Girl in the Kremlin,” 1957.

“Touch of Evil,” 1958.

“Queen of Outer Space,” 1958.

“Pepe,” 1960.

“Boys’ Night Out,” 1962.

“Picture Mommy Dead,” 1966.

“Arrivederci Baby,” 1966.

“Jack of Diamonds,” 1967.

“A Nightmare on Elm Street 3: Dream Warriors,” 1987.