Family & Companions
The youngest of the Gabor sisters, Eva Gabor came first to the United States in the 1930s, establishing a career in films and later on Broadway. She appeared in many of early television's live dramatic series that came out of New York ("GE Theater," "Philco Playhouse," "Climax," etc.). In the 1970s, Gabor received a plum series opportunity on the popular "Green Acres." As Lisa Douglas, Manhattan socialite turned farmer's wife, she was the Desi/Ricky figure opposite Eddie Albert's supposed Lucy, drifting through chicken coops and hogpens in maribou negligees.
Cast (Feature Film)
Music (Feature Film)
Moved to Hollywood
US film debut, "Forced Landing"
Hosted own TV variety series, "The Eva Gabor Show"
TV debut, "Uncle Vanya" on Masterpiece Playhouse"
Final feature appearance, "The Princess Academy"
Final film, provided voice for Disney's animated feature, "The Rescuers Down Under"
Final TV-movie, "Return to Green Acres"
Final TV guest spot, "Dream On", in a John Landis directed episode, "The Second Greatest Story Ever Told"