Zsa Zsa Gabor was a Hungarian-born American actress, who gained prominence due to her European flair and style which illuminated charm and grace. Her sibling Eva and Magda Gabor were also associated with the entertainment world. Gabor started off her career in theatre after bagging the Miss Hungary title in 1936. Thereafter, she migrated to the United States in pursuit of greener pastures in terms of career opportunities. She commenced her acting career across the Atlantic through her role in ‘Lovely to Look At’. Subsequently, she featured in various blockbusters with high-profile directors. With her roles in ‘We're Not Married!, ‘The Story of Three Loves’, ‘A Nightmare on Elm Street 3’ and ‘The Naked Truth’, Gabor she went on to become one of the most sought after actors in Hollywood. Gabor also featured in several plays and television series. We have sourced her famous quotes and thoughts from her popular movies, interviews etc. Here is a collection of some of the famous quotes from this American actress.
The only way to learn a language properly, in fact, is to marry a man of that nationality. You get what they call in Europe a 'sleeping dictionary.' Of course, I have only been married five times, and I speak seven languages. I'm still trying to remember where I picked up the other two.
All my life, I have been a positive thinker... I have always been able to survive by telling myself that no matter how bad things are, they will one day be better. And that out of every event - no matter how tragic - one can always find a way to survive and even, perhaps, to be a little bit happy.
The minute I understand a man, he is no longer exciting and a challenge to me. And the last thing in the world I want is for a man to understand me and know what's always going on inside my head. It takes away from all my mystery, which, as I've told you before, is the most important thing between a man and a woman.
My advice is not always so logical and consistent. But then, love is not logical and consistent. So why should my advice be? If you want that kind of thinking, go to a computer. Computers are always logical and consistent, and you see how often they get proposed to.
I'm a compulsive buyer. Anything beautiful I see I want. That's how we got the Waldorf Astoria. I told Conrad Hilton, 'I want the Waldorf,' and he bought it. The only problem was I divorced him before the escrow was finished.