Tova Borgnine died on February 26 at her Chester County, Pennsylvania home. She was an early star of the home shopping network QVC and a business owner who sold beauty products. She turned 80.
The president of her company, Tova Beverly Hills, Michele Uram, told people about her death. No reason was given for the death.
Tova Borgnine started selling her beauty line, perfume, and later jewellery on QVC in 1991. With the help of TV, she grew her business to the point where it now makes close to $20 million a year.
Ernest Borgnine married her in 1973, making her his fifth wife. Tova Borgnine wrote a book in 1997 called Being Married Happily Forever: 22 Secrets, 12 Strategies, and 8 Compromises about the time she and her husband were often apart because of their work.
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Tova Borgnine was born in Oslo, Norway, on November 17, 1941. She was a beauty business owner who started by running a cosmetics shop on the New Jersey shore. From there, she moved to Nevada and sold skincare to showgirls in Las Vegas. The recipe was supposedly based on a Mexican family’s old line of cactus-based products.
Cristofer Borgnine, her stepson, her son David Johnson, two stepdaughters, Sharon and Nancee Borgnine, and six grandchildren are among the people who will miss her.
Ernest Borgnine died in 2012.