Eva Gabor was a Hungarian-American actress and singer. Her first movie role was in the action film 'Forced Landing' (1941). This was followed by roles in 'Pacific Blackout' (1941), 'The Wife of Monte Cristo' (1946) and 'Song of Surrender' (1949). Later, the actress starred in several films including 'The Last Time I Saw Paris' (1954), 'Artists and Models' (1955), 'The Truth About Women' (1957), 'My Man Godfrey' (1957), 'Gigi' (1958), 'It Started with a Kiss' (1959), and 'The Princess Academy' (1987).
Eva Gabor was also known for her voice roles in the movies 'The Aristocats' (1970), 'The Rescuers' (1977), 'Nutcracker Fantasy' (1979) and 'The Rescuers Down Under' (1990). On television, she is noted for her contribution to the shows 'The Eva Gabor Show' (1953), 'Green Acres' (1965-71) and 'Match Game' (1973-1982).
During her lifetime, Eva Gabor also worked in theatre. Her stage credits include 'The Happy Time' (1950-51), 'Present Laughter' (1958), 'Tovarich' (1963) and 'You Can't Take It with You' (1983-84).