Hungarian actresses died at age 76

Here are 2 famous actresses from Hungary died at 76:

Eva Gabor

Eva Gabor (February 11, 1919 Budapest-July 4, 1995 Los Angeles) also known as Gabor, Eva, Éva Gábor or Gábor Éva was a Hungarian musician, actor, voice actor, businessperson and socialite.

She died as a result of pneumonia.

Throughout her career, Eva Gabor was known for her beauty and grace, as well as her talent on stage and screen. She first gained success as a nightclub singer in the 1940s, before transitioning to a career in acting. She appeared in several films during the 1950s and 60s, including "Gigi" and "The Love Boat."

However, Gabor is perhaps best known for her role as Lisa Douglas on the hit TV series "Green Acres." The show ran from 1965-1971 and earned Gabor two Golden Globe nominations for her performance. She also lent her voice to several animated projects, including Disney's "The Aristocats" and "The Rescuers."

In addition to her entertainment career, Gabor was also a successful businesswoman. She founded a wig company in the 1960s and later launched a line of beauty products. Gabor was also known for her extravagant lifestyle, often appearing in the tabloids for her high-profile romantic relationships and lavish spending.

Despite her fame and success, Gabor's personal life was not without its challenges. She suffered through several failed marriages and a highly publicized feud with her sister, Zsa Zsa Gabor. Despite these struggles, Eva Gabor remained a beloved figure in Hollywood throughout her life and her legacy lives on through her many contributions to the entertainment industry.

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Hedi Temessy

Hedi Temessy (May 6, 1925 Budapest-May 29, 2001 Budapest) also known as Temessy Hédy, Temessi Hédi or Hédi Temessy was a Hungarian actor.

She studied acting at the Academy of Dramatic Arts in Budapest and made her stage debut in 1952. She went on to perform in many theater productions throughout Hungary. Temessy also appeared in more than 50 films, including "A Tanítvány" (The Disciple), "A Néma Barikád" (The Silent Barricade), and "Holnap lesz fácán" (Tomorrow We'll Have Pheasant), among others.

She was a highly respected character actress and her talent earned her many awards and accolades throughout her career. In addition to her work in film and theater, Temessy also had a successful television career, appearing on several popular Hungarian TV series.

Temessy died in Budapest in 2001 at the age of 76, leaving behind a lasting legacy in Hungarian cinema and theater.

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