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    Zsa Zsa Gabor, Actress and Hollywood Socialite, Dead at 99

    She’s at rest, dah-link. Crowned Miss Hungary in 1936, Gabor got her big break as an ingénue in Hollywood in the 1950s with films like Moulin Rouge, but she was eventually best known for playing her distinctive self. Her heavily accented English, one-liners and off-screen antics became her calling cards. Gabor was an early “famous for being famous” type, with nine marriages to wealthy men including Conrad Hilton, and will be remembered for helping pave the way for today’s celebrity culture.

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