American actress Zsa Zsa Gabor died Sunday at her home at the age of 99, her agent announced.
Born as Sari Gabor in February 1917 in Budapest, in a family of the Hungarian bourgeoisie, she was exiled to the United States before the Second World War.
Zsa Zsa Gabor, who had cultivated her Hungarian accent throughout her life, was perhaps more Known for her nine weddings and her famous saying “dah-ling.”
She once said, I am a marvelous hostess. Every time I leave a man, I keep the house.”
She is survived by her ninth husband, Frederic Prinz von Anhalt, who said she succumbed to a heart attack. She was surrounded by her family and friends. “Everyone was there. She did not die alone,” said Von Anhalt.
Her name appears in the credits of some thirty films including Moulin Rouge John Huston (1952) and Touch of Evil by Orson Welles (1957) and fifty TV shows..
In recent years, her failing health had kept her away from Hollywood. In 2011, she had to undergo a partial amputation of her right leg as a result of infection.