Zsa Zsa Gábor (born February 6th, 1917) was a Hungarian-American actress and socialite who had a lasting impact on Hollywood. Born into a prominent and wealthy Hungarian family, Gábor was born an Aquarius, the sign governing creativity, vision, and unique perspectives on life.
As an Aquarius, Gábor pushed against the norms of her time and refused to be limited by societal conventions. She was un apologetically unafraid of being herself and embraced the weird and unconventional in all facets of her life. Zsa Zsa spent her early years in Budapest, Hungary, and like many Aquarius, was insatiably curious and had a strong desire to travel and explore the world. As a child she experienced trauma in the form of her father being imprisoned and executed during the Hungarian uprising, forcing her to grow into a fiercely independent woman with an unwavering strength of character. This combination of strength and fearlessness allowed Gábor to embark on an acting career when most women in her generation would have been expected to settle for traditional roles of wife and mother.
Gábor’s Aquarian traits of eccentricity, wit, and originality quickly put her on the map as a unique leading lady in Hollywood’s golden age. Immersed in an industry that tended to pigeonhole beauties by their age, Gábor had an impressive career that spanned almost six decades. Although Sagittarian frankness and bluntness were said to be qualities of Gábor, it was her Aquarian idealism that guided her spirit and kept her bubbly and in good humor. It was her idealism that allowed her to be an outspoken advocate of civil rights and a female role model for generations of young girls, inspiring self-confidence and creativity in others. Gábor was also an extremely supportive mother and wife, with her genuine integrity and honesty winning her affection with both family and strangers alike.
As a triple Aquarian- ruled by Mercury, Venus, and Uranus – Gábor was a strong and powerful force in the entertainment industry. But as with most powerful Aquarians, she was a paradoxical personality who balanced her eccentricity with uncommonly admirable traits like a strong sense of justice and loyalty to those she loved. Gábor was a quintessential Aquarius— an independent visionary who was a true original in every sense of the word. She was unapologetic in her beliefs and had no problem speaking her mind. Her unique presence, sassy outlook on life, and overall grit kept her in the public eye and earned the admiration of the world.
In the end, this Aquarius starlet showed us that anything was possible and that being completely true to oneself was the most valuable power anyone could possess. Gábor’s philosophy and aura will continue to inspire and entertain, reminding us that anything can be achieved without sacrificing one’s own originality and unique vision.