Real name: Eva Gabor
Birthdate: February 11, 1919
Erik Drimmer (1939-1942)Charles Isaacs (1943-1949)John Williams (1956-1956)Richard Brown (1959-1972)Frank Jameson (1973-1983)
Eva Gabor (in Hungarian Gábor Éva) (February 11, 1919 – July 4, 1995) was a Hungarian-born American actress, best known as the wife of Eddie Albert's character, Lisa Douglas, on Green Acres.
In later years, she did notable voice-over work for Disney movies, providing the European-accented voices of Duchess in The Aristocats, Miss Bianca in The Rescuers and The Rescuers Down Under, and the Queen of Time in the Sanrio film, Nutcracker Fantasy.
Like her sisters, Éva was known for her string of marriages; she had five:
- 1939-1942 Eric Drimmer, a Swedish physician
- 1943-1950 Charles Isaacs
- 1956-1956 John Williams, an American physician
- 1959-1972 Richard Brown
- 1973-1983 Frank Gard Jameson
For several years, Éva lived platonically with businessman/entertainer Merv Griffin, attending events together for publicity purposes. They lived together until Éva's death in 1995.
Éva Gabor died at the age of 76 in Los Angeles, California, from respiratory failure as a complication of food poisoning. She died on 4 July 1995. Although the youngest of the three sisters, she was the first of them to die. On 1 April 1997 her 100 year old mother died. On June 6, 1997 her sister Magda died at the age of 82, 5 days before her 83rd birthday. Éva is interred in the Westwood Village Memorial Park Cemetery in Westwood, California. She is buried very close to her Green Acres co-star Eddie Albert who died May 26, 2005 at 99 years old.