Actress Zsa Zsa Gabor has died at age 99 on Sunday in Los Angeles, her publicist said.
Several U.S. media outlets reported that Gabor died from heart failure in her home in Bel-Air, Los Angeles.
The Hungarian-born actress and socialite made her Hollywood debut in 1952 and went on to garner more than 70 television and film acting credits, often playing herself.
Gabor and her two other sisters, Eva and Magda, were famous for their flamboyant celebrity lifestyle in Beverly Hills. The socialite also published four books about her life, marriages and even romantic advice.
She was well-known for her nine marriages, most notably to hotelier Conrad Hilton from 1942 to 1947 and with whom she had her only child. Her last marriage took place when Gabor was 69.
Gabor would have celebrated her 100th birthday in February.
- Reuters contributed to this report.