She was 99.
The Hungarian-American actress and socialite died Sunday after suffering a heart attack, her publicist Ed Lozzi confirmed to the Daily News. She died in her Los Angeles home.
Born in what was then the Austria-Hungarian Empire during World War I, Gabor was discovered in the 1930s as an opera singer. She and her sisters Magda and Eva soon became known more for their uninhibited flair and flamboyant personalities than their stage and musical skills.
“How many husbands have I had? You mean apart from my own?”
Gabor worked frequently in the movies and on television in the 1950s. She also appeared in several stage productions, including “Forty Karats” on Broadway.
She continued in that role for several decades, buttressing guest roles on comedies and dramas with frequent appearances on shows like Johnny Carson’s “The Tonight Show.”
She married Prince Frederic Von Anhalt on Aug. 14, 1986 — 26 years her junior — and they remained hitched until her death. Gabor was predeceased by Eva in 1995, Magda in 1997, and her daughter Francesca in 2015.