Eva Gabor, the youngest of the glamorous sisters from Hungary, was best known for her role in the 1960s television series "Green Acres."
As Gabor struggled to win better acting roles, the rest of her family immigrated to the United States. By the 1950s, they would become a show business phenomenon, with photographs of Zsa Zsa Gabor and Eva appearing regularly on the covers of popular magazines. In 1953, the three Gabor sisters had a nightclub act in Las Vegas.
Gabor's motion picture credits include "The Last Time I Saw Paris" (1954), in which she played a divorcee who has a fling with Van Johnson; "Don't Go Near the Water" (1957), in which her black-lace panties became the mascot of a U.S. Navy ship; and "Gigi" (1958), the Lerner-Loewe musical in which she played the discarded mistress.
But the role of her career, she once said, was playing Lisa Douglas, the dizzy wife of a pompous attorney in the television barnyard farce "Green Acres."