"I love all her hilarious quotes about love, but this one is a favourite: "Being jealous of a lovely woman is not going to make you more beautiful". She also published four books based on her notorious Hollywood exploits, one entitled "How to Catch a Man, How to Keep a Man, How to Get Rid of a Man".
Gabor's final acting roles were cameos as herself in the '90s, appearing in A Very Brady Sequel, Cybill, and Empty Nest.
Gabor was born in Budapest on 6 February 1917. All three were known for their outlandish behavior and string of marriages. Gabor actually sold the mansion in 2013, but made a "life estate" deal which allowed her to live out her days there.
She survived a series of health problems over the last decade, including an auto accident, a hip replacement and a stroke, and had been on life support the past five years. "She wants me to put her in the wheelchair, get her out of the wheelchair". A vehicle accident in 2002 left her partially paralyzed and she was subsequently in and out of the hospital for a series of health scares. She knew that there was nothing "glamorous" about confining animals to cramped, filthy cages and then electrocuting or gassing them or snapping their necks.
"You know, when people say [I'm nice], I feel torn", she admitted. Gabor was married nine times during her lifetime, including relationships with Conrad Hilton (founder of Hilton Hotels), Jack Ryan (inventor of the Barbie doll), and Frédéric Prinz von Anhalt, her husband at the time of her death.
In many ways she was a prototype for modern-day pseudo-stars like the Kardashians and Hilton. Gabor was convicted of assault, and Gribow said she asked him to represent her again at the sentencing.
Zsa Zsa was crowned Miss Hungary in the 1930s but was forced to flee her homeland, along with her sisters Eva and Magda, with the onset of the World War II.
Two months following this, the upset over the death of friend Elizabeth Taylor sent her back to the hospital with high blood pressure.
While she was incapacitated, long-held tensions between her husband, Frederic von Anhalt, and her only child, Francesca Hilton, continued to rise. The siblings reached the USA where Zsa Zsa, after working in a few films, married Conrad Hilton, heir to the Hilton Hotel chain. But it was her off-screen appearances that grabbed the most attention.