The title of Gabor’s 1991 memoir said it all about the jet-set lover of Frank Sinatra, President Richard Nixon, and a few more: One Lifetime Is Not Enough.
Gabor lived the posh life in the Bel Air section of L.A. She had a catchphrase — “darling,” pronounced “dah-ling.” She married well, and she married a lot — she had eight (or nine) husbands by popular estimate, including Conrad Hilton, the hotel magnate and great-grandfather of Paris Hilton. Above all, she invented herself.
“They have always lived with no reality,” gossip maven Cindy Adams said of Gabor and her headline-friendly family in Vanity Fair. “There was never any truth to anything.”
Gabor is reported have been born Feb. 6, 1917, in Hungary, and crowned a beauty queen, Miss Hungary, as a teenager.
In the early 1940s, she moved to the United States, already a divorcee from a Turkish politico, and soon bound for her next marriage, to Hilton.
Gabor went Hollywood in the 1950s. While she acted in A-list films, such as John Huston’s Moulin Rouge and Touch of Evil from Orson Welles, she appeared in enough B-movies, including cult favorite Queen of Outer Space, to warrant induction into the B-Movie Hall of Fame.
Gabor’s immediate family was famous, too. Younger sister Eva, who died in 1995, starred on the sitcom Green Acres. Older sister Magda, who passed away in 1997, made headlines for her marriage to Zsa Zsa’s third ex-husband, the actor George Sanders (All About Eve). Among the three of them, the Gabor sisters said “I do” roughly 20 times.
From yahoo celebrity.