Magda Gabor Net Worth

Magda Gabor was born on June 11, 1915, is Actress. Magda Gabor was born on June 11, 1915 in Budapest, Austria-Hungary as Magdolna Gábor. She was an actress, known for Mai lányok (1937), Tokaji rapszódia (1937) and The Colgate Comedy Hour (1950). She was married to Tibor Heltai, George Sanders, Tony Gallucci, Sidney R. Warren, William Rankin and Jan de Bichovsky. She died on June 6, 1997 in Palm Springs, California, USA.
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Age, Biography and Wiki

Who is it? Actress
Birth Day June 11, 1915
Age 105 YEARS OLD
Died On June 6, 1997(1997-06-06) (aged 81)\nPalm Springs, California, U.S.
Birth Sign Cancer
Cause of death Renal failure
Resting place Desert Memorial Park
Occupation Actress, socialite
Years active 1937–1991
Spouse(s) Jan Bychowski (m. 1937–44; his death) William Rankin (m. 1946; div. 1947) Sidney Robert Warren (m. 1947; div. 1950) Tony Gallucci (m. 1957–67; his death) George Sanders (m. 1970; ann. 1971) Tibor Heltai (m. 1972; div. 1975)
Parent(s) Vilmos Gábor (father) Jolie Gabor (mother)
Relatives Zsa Zsa Gabor (sister) Eva Gabor (sister) Constance Francesca Hilton (niece)

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Biography/Timeline

1896

The eldest daughter of a jeweler, Jolie (1896–1997), and a soldier, Vilmos Gábor (1881-1962), she was born in 1915 in Budapest. Her parents were both from Jewish families. She is listed in Hungary: Jewish Names from the Central Zionist Archives, under her first married name, as Magda Bychowsky. She stood 5'6" tall with red hair and gray eyes.

1944

During World War II, Gabor was reported to have been the fiancée of the Portuguese ambassador to Hungary, Carlos Sampaio Garrido; another source claims she was his mistress and another claims she was his aide. After she fled to Portugal in 1944, following the Nazi occupation of Hungary, and, with Sampaio's assistance, she was reportedly the mistress of a Spanish nobleman, José Luis de Vilallonga. Gabor arrived in the United States in February 1946, from Natal, Brazil. Within a year of her arrival she married an American citizen, william Rankin, and remained in the country.

1997

Magda Gabor died on June 6, 1997, five days before her 82nd birthday, from renal failure and the decision was decided to remove life support, two months after the death of her mother, and was interred in Desert Memorial Park in Cathedral City, California.