In 1972 she launched her eponymous fashion collection, with Luis Estevez, a Cuban-born, Coty-award-winning fashion designer.
; February 11, 1919 – July 4, 1995) was a Hungarian-born American actress, comedian, singer and socialite.
She was widely known for her role on the 1965–71 television sitcom Green Acres as Lisa Douglas, the wife of Eddie Albert's character, Oliver Wendell Douglas.
Eva by then had appeared prettily in a string of motion pictures and had starred on Broadway.
The youngest sister had kept up in the splice-and-slice count with three marriages and divorces as well: Swedish osteopath Dr.
Matriarch Jolie Gabor, who molded her daughters early by promising them they would be "rich, famous and marry kings," was the first Gabor to move to the desert.
With her third husband, the debonair Edmond De Szigethy, Jolie bought a hillside home in Palm Springs in 1957. With the sweep of a duchess, Jolie opened a ritzy jewelry salon in downtown Palm Springs where other proprietors were still selling cowboy duds or date shakes. Her husband, who managed the store, kissed the ladies' hands like a duke.From 1983–84, she was on the Match Game Hollywood Squares Hour starring Gene Rayburn and Jon Bauman.In 1983 she reunited with Eddie Albert on Broadway as the Grand Duchess Olga in Katrina You Can't Take It with You."Jolie was the world's best salesman," says Mitzi Mayer, who kept the books for her then and now, and has been Magda’s friend and business manager for a quarter century."Mamie Eisenhower was a customer and Governor Pat Brown.In 1965 Gabor got the role for which she is best remembered: Lisa Douglas, whose attorney husband Oliver Wendell Douglas (Eddie Albert) decides to leave the "rat race" of city life.