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Eva Gabor Height, Weight, Age, Spouse, Net Worth

Eva Gabor Quick Info
Height 5 ft 2½ in
Weight 54 kg
Date of Birth February 11, 1919
Zodiac Sign Aquarius
Date of Death July 4, 1995

Eva Gabor was a Hungarian-American actress, businesswoman, and socialite who voiced the characters of Duchess and Miss Bianca in the animated Disney series classics, The Aristocats (1970), The Rescuers (1977), and The Rescuers Down Under (1990).

Born Name

Éva Gábor

Nick Name

Eva Gabor

Eva Gabor from the television comedy Green Acres. This episode is The Old Trunk and it originally aired on March 19, 1969
Eva Gabor from the television comedy Green Acres. This episode is The Old Trunk and it originally aired on March 19, 1969 (CBS Television / Wikimedia / Public Domain)


Eva Gabor was born on February 11, 1919.


Eva Gabor died on July 4, 1995, aged 76, in Los Angeles, California, United States due to respiratory failure and pneumonia.

Sun Sign


Born Place

Budapest, Hungarian Republic





According to sources, Eva attended the Forstner Institute in Budapest.


Actress, Socialite, Businesswoman, Singer


  • Father – Vilmos Gábor (b. 1881 – d. 1962) (Soldier)
  • Mother – Jolie Gabor, Countess de Szigethy (b. 1896 – d. 1997) (Actress, Socialite, Jeweler)
  • SiblingsZsa Zsa Gabor (Older Sister) (Actress, Socialite), Magda Gabor (Older Sister) (Actress, Socialite)
  • Others – Francesca Hilton (Neice)







Net Worth

Eva Gabor’s net worth was $30,000,000 according to Celebrity Net Worth.




5 ft 2½ in or 158.5 cm


54 kg or 119 lbs

Boyfriend / Spouse

Eva has been romantically involved with –

  1. Noël Coward
  2. Dr. Eric Drimmer (1939-1942) – Eva married Swedish osteopath, Dr. Eric Drimmer on June 3, 1937, in London. She was 18 at the time. The couple divorced on February 25, 1942, in Los Angeles, California citing cruelty. In a statement, Eva said, “I wanted to have babies and lead a simple family life but my husband objected to my having children.”
  3. Charles Isaacs (1943-1949) – On September 27, 1943, Eva tied the knot with American investment broker, Charles Isaacs and was divorced on April 2, 1949.
  4. John Elbert Williams (1956-1957) – Eva was married to John Elbert Williams, MD, a plastic surgeon from April 8, 1956, to March 20, 1957.
  5. Richard Brown (1959-1973) – She tied the knot with textile manufacturer turned writer and director Richard Brown at the Flamingo Hotel in Las Vegas, Nevada, on October 4, 1959, but parted ways in Santa Monica, California, on November 14, 1972.
  6. Frank Gard Jameson Sr. (1973-1983) – Frank Gard Jameson Sr., an aerospace executive and former vice president of Rockwell International married Eva at the Vivian Webb Chapel of The Webb Schools, Claremont, California on September 21, 1973. However, they divorced in 1983. Eva was the stepmother to Jameson’s four children from a previous marriage.
  7. Glenn Ford (1957-1970) – Eva was in an off-on relationship with actor Glenn Ford which started during the filming of Don’t Go Near the Water in 1957. They continued to see each other despite being married to their respective spouses and almost married in 1970.
  8. Merv Griffin – TV producer Merv Griffin and Eva had been in a relationship with each other until she died in 1995. Sources speculated that they were in a platonic relationship to hide Griffin’s suspected homosexuality.
Publicity photo from the premiere of the television program Green Acres. Pictured are Eddie Albert and Eva Gabor
Publicity photo from the premiere of the television program Green Acres. Pictured are Eddie Albert and Eva Gabor (CBS Television / Wikimedia / Public Domain)

Race / Ethnicity


She was of Hungarian-Jewish descent.

Hair Color


Eye Color

Dark Brown

Sexual Orientation


Distinctive Features

She had a heavy Hungarian accent.

Brand Endorsements

Eva had appeared in several commercials such as Masterpiece Pipe Tobacco and Planters Unsalted Cocktail Peanuts.

Eva Gabor Facts

  1. She was raised in a Jewish family.
  2. Eva was the first of the sisters to immigrate to the United States sometime in the late 1930s.
  3. Her mother settled in the United States after fleeing the Nazi occupation of Budapest in the 1940s.
  4. As a businesswoman, Eva sold wigs, clothing, and beauty products.
  5. She made her debut feature film appearance as Johanna Van Deuren in Forced Landing in 1941.
  6. Her funeral was held at Good Shepherd Catholic Church in Beverly Hills on July 11, 1995.
  7. She fell while in a bathtub in Mexico, where she had been on vacation shortly before her death, and died in 1995, from respiratory failure and pneumonia in Los Angeles.
  8. Eva’s mother and older sister Magda died two years later in 1997. However, her sister Zsa Zsa went on to live on, eventually dying of cardiac arrest on December 18, 2016.

Featured Image By CBS Television / Wikimedia / Public Domain

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