Legendary US actress ZSA ZSA GABOR has died in her Bel Air mansion after suffering a heart attack, just two months short of her 100th birthday,
Appearing in more than 70 movies in a career spanning six decades, GABOR was more famous for her numerous short-lived marriages, flamboyant persona and glamorous lifestyle lived in the public eye.
She passed away after spending the last five years on life support and is survived by her husband FREDERIC PRINZ VON ANHALT.
The Hungarian born-actress starred in such Hollywood classics as “Moulin Rouge”, “The Girl in the Kremlin” and “Queen of Outer Space”, starting her career in the 1930s.
She suffered health problems after a car accident in 2002, which led to her right leg being amputated in 2011.
GABOR was married nine times while her only child, daughter Francesca Hilton, to second husband Conrad Hilton, died in January 2015.