Hungarian-American actress Zsa Zsa Gabor, who was not just known for her decades-long acting career, but for her frequent revolving-door marriages has died at the age of 99. She was wildly popular on the American television and movie scene, and was known to some for her role in the 1968 Batman television series, where she portrayed the series’ character, Minerva. She passed away in the afternoon of Sunday, December 18, 2016, from apparent heart failure.
Gabor’s publicist Edward Lozzi confirmed news of her passing late Sunday afternoon. Born as Sári Gábor, the actress has never admitted her actual birthday, but she is thought by Hollywood journalists to have been born between somewhere 1917 and 1919. Reportedly, her Wikipedia page says her birthday is Feb. 6, 1917, which would make her 99 years old today. She was married 8 times, and led a whirlwind life of fashion and glamour.
Watch the tribute video to Zsa Zsa Gabor below, and leave your condolences for her family and fans in the comments section below. What do you best remember the actress for? How much of her amazing career and life of glamour do you remember growing up? Would you consider her the Kim Kardashian of the older generation?