Zsa Zsa Gabor was a Hungarian-American actress. Although she was known for her antics more than her films, she had her share of some success in films. Before turning to acting, she was a beauty queen and won 'Miss Hungary' beauty pageant in the 30s. She started her film career with the 1952 film ‘Lovely to Look At’ and also starred in ‘We’re Not Married’ around the same time before making her big career breakthrough with ‘Moulin Rogue.' Known for her unique film choices and over the top personality, she did some serious roles in notable films, such as ‘Touch of Evil,' ‘Queen of Outer Space,’ ‘Won Ton Ton, the Dog who Saved Hollywood,' ‘The Beverly Hillbillies,’ and ‘Happily Ever After.'
During the course of her career, she tried keeping distance from fiction TV, and appeared on the small screen every now and then with shows, such as ‘Hollywood Squares,' ‘Rowan and Martin’s Laugh In,' ‘It’s Garry Sandling’s Show,’ and ‘The Late Night show with David Letterman.'
She also face some failures as well. Some of her unsuccessful films were ‘Pepe,’ ‘Up the Front,’ and ‘Every Girl Should Have One.'