Actress Elizabeth Taylor has died at the age of 79 years, Wednesday morning at Cedars-Sinai in Los Angeles where he had been hospitalized for six weeks due to heart failure, said his spokesman for the television channel CNN. "He was surrounded by his children - Michael Wilding, Christopher Wilding, Maria Burton and Liza Todd, a spokesman for the actress, Sally Morrison
"My mother was an extraordinary woman who loved her life and lived fully passionate, with humor and love. Although her loss is devastating for those who loved her, we will always be inspired by the eternal contribution that she has brought to this world . A remarkable performance from its movies, its success as a business woman and her courageous fight against AIDS unstoppable and we are so proud of what he has achieved it. We know that the world is better because her mother lived. Her legacy will not be never broken, her spirit will always be with us and her love will be forever in our hearts, "said actress son, Michael Wilding.
Besides her children, Taylor had 10 grandchildren and four great-grandchildren.
Taylor was hospitalized six weeks ago because of heart failure. Although she suffered more complications, her health is stabilized and hoped to be discharged soon.
Elizabeth Taylor was sick for many years and in October 2009 was subjected to cardiac surgery. The actress was diagnosed with congestive heart failure about six years ago.
Elizabeth Taylor spent most of his time in a wheelchair, once in the last 25 years was hospitalized for more than a hundred times in the hospital having hip surgery and two back risky interventions.
However, she fell from her horse during some shooting, suffered from pneumonia and skin cancer, has undergone a tracheotomy, she has been dependent on alcohol and painkillers, she has undergone several surgeries to the lungs, brain, hip and heart. In 1997, the actress had suffered a stroke while following an operation for removal of a brain tumor and she was even clinically dead.
Her life was tumultuous frequently tabloid headlines that have documented records of weight fluctuations over the years.
Taylor has won fame 12 years, the role in "Dream of Glory" (1944). Rewarded with two Oscars, for "Butterfield 8" (1960) and "Who's Afraid of Virginia Woolf?" (1966), Taylor was married eight times - twice to actor Richard Burton. His last marriage to Larry Fortensky builder, lasted five years and ended in 1996.