LOS ANGELES (AP) — Hungarian actress Zsa Zsa Gabor has died at the age of 99, multiple news outlets are reporting.
Publicist Ed Lozzi told Variety that Gabor died Sunday in her Bel Air mansion. She had been on life support for the past five years.
She was born in Budapest in 1917 and named Miss Hungary in 1936 before moving to the USA, according to CNN. She made appearances in many American movies and television shows, including “Moulin Rouge,” “Gilligan’s Island,” “Batman,” and the “Love Boat.”
She and her sister Eva were frequently on talk shows and game shows in the 1950s-70s.
Gabor was married nine times, most recently to Prince Frederick Von Anhalt in 1986. She made major headlines in 1989 when she was arrested for slapping a Beverly Hills police officer.
Her daughter Francesca died in 2015.