Eva Gabor

Birth Name:
Eva Gabor
Birth Date:
February 11, 2019
Birth Place:
Budapest, Hungarian Republic
Death Date:
July 4, 1995
Place of Death:
Cedars-Sinai Medical Center, Los Angeles, California
Cause of Death:
Respiratory failure and pneumonia following a fall in a bathtub resulting in a broken hip in Mexico
Cemetery Name:
Pierce Brothers Westwood Village Memorial Park Cemetery
Claim to Fame:
Show Business
Eva Gabor, the youngest of the glamorous sisters from Hungary, who was best known for her role in the television series as Lisa Douglas opposite Eddie Arnold in “Green Acres” After Green Acres and a number of movies, she became a successful businesswomen who devoted herself to promoting Eva Gabor International, the world’s largest wig-maker, where she was chairman of the board.

Fun Fact

Eva Gabor, who became a face of Hollywood glamour, famously said: “Marriage is too interesting an experiment to be tried only once.” So naturally it comes as no surprise that the Gabor sisters had a total of 19 husbands. Of the 19 men in their lives, Eva married five men.

Eva’s string of ex-husbands were Eric Valdemar Drimmer (1937-1942), Charles Isaac (1943-1949), John Elbert Williams (1956-1957), Richard Brown (1959- 1973), and Frank Gard Jameson (1973- 1983).

Cemetery Information:

Final Resting Place:

Pierce Brothers Westwood Village Memorial Park Cemetery

1218 Glendon Avenue

Los Angeles, California, 90024


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Grave Location Description

As you drive into the cemetery drive straight ahead and park near the office (or anywhere you please). Now walk back towards the gate to the small lawn section on the right of the entrance where the large Armand Hammer mausoleum sits. Eve Gabor is buring in this small section along with Don Knotts and Mel Torme.

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34.058584, -118.441599

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