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American actress and comedian (1922–2021)

Betty White is ...

Dead
Born 17 Jan 1922 in Oak Park
Died 31 Dec 2021 in Brentwood
Age99 years, 11 months
Causecerebrovascular disease
Height1.63m (5 ft, 4 in)
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Betty White
Betty White
Betty White at the Time 100 gala in 2010

About Betty White

Betty Marion White born on 17 January 1922 in Oak Park. She is a citizen of United States of America. Betty White was educated at Beverly Hills High School. She died on 31 December 2021 in Brentwood from a cerebrovascular disease at age 99 years, 11 months. She lived at Los Angeles.

She was an American actress and comedian (1922–2021) known for her work on The Mary Tyler Moore Show, The Golden Girls and Hot in Cleveland.

Betty White has had two spouses: Lane Allan and Allen Ludden.

Betty White has worked as a comedian, television personality, singer, author, television producer, voice actor, model, television presenter, film actor and stage actor. She has been a member of American Women's Voluntary Services. She has has won Daytime Emmy Award for Outstanding Game Show Host, Grammy Award for Best Spoken Word Album, Screen Actors Guild Life Achievement Award, Screen Actors Guild Award for Outstanding Performance by a Female Actor in a Comedy Series, California Hall of Fame, Disney Legends, Primetime Emmy Award for Outstanding Lead Actress in a Comedy Series, Primetime Emmy Award for Outstanding Supporting Actress in a Comedy Series, Primetime Emmy Award for Outstanding Guest Actress in a Comedy Series, Star on Hollywood Walk of Fame and Golden Globe Award for Best Actress – Television Series Musical or Comedy.

Her height is 1.63m (5 ft, 4 in). Her hair color is grey hair. Her eyes are blue.

She is also known as Betty Marion White, Betty White Ludden and Betty Marion White Ludden.

Death

On the morning of December 31, 2021, White died in her sleep at her home in the Brentwood neighborhood of Los Angeles from a stroke she had on Christmas Day. She was 99. Her remains were cremated and given to Glenn Kaplan, who was entrusted with carrying out her advanced health care directive.

White's death was met with statements of sympathy and tribute from many people and organizations. The United States Army released a statement, as White had volunteered with the American Women's Voluntary Services during World War II. Additionally, the Martin Luther King Jr. Center tweeted their condolences and praised White for her early support of racial equality. There were additional tributes from numerous media organizations, celebrities, political commentators, sports teams, musicians, politicians, and other public figures. White's star on the Hollywood Walk of Fame was flooded with flowers and tributes within hours of the announcement of her death.

Television

Betty White has worked on the following shows:

Community
American comedy television series created by Dan Harmon
2009
30 Rock
American television comedy series
2006
Another World
American television soap opera
1964
Ugly Betty
2006 American dramedy television series
2006
The Middle
American sitcom television series (2009-2018)
2009
Hot in Cleveland
American sitcom
2010
Match Game
Malcolm in the Middle
American television sitcom
2000
King of the Hill
animated television series
1997
The Golden Girls
American sitcom
1985
Joey
American television series
2004
The Bold and the Beautiful
American television soap opera
1987
The Practice
television series
1997
Diagnosis: Murder
American action-mystery-comedy-medical crime drama television series (1993-2001)
1993
The Client List
television series
My Name Is Earl
TV series
2005
Everwood
2002–2006 American drama television series
The Mary Tyler Moore Show
television series
1970
Petticoat Junction
Ally McBeal
American legal comedy-drama television series
1997
St. Elsewhere
television series
1982
The Carol Burnett Show
To Tell the Truth
television series
Higglytown Heroes
American animated children's television series
2004
Suddenly Susan
television series
1996
My Wife and Kids
2001
Password
American television game show
Santa Barbara
American television soap opera
1984
Complete Savages
2004
The Love Boat
American comedy drama television series
1977
Boston Legal
American legal dramedy
2004
The Odd Couple
television program based on the play and movie of the same name
The Wild Thornberrys
1998
Million Dollar Password
television series
Pound Puppies
Love, Sidney
American sitcom
1981
Empty Nest
American television sitcom
1988
Ellery Queen
American television series, 1975–1976
1975
The Golden Palace
television program
1992
Password Plus and Super Password
Mickey Mouse
Fame
1982 TV series
1982
Crowded
Hercules
animated series based on the 1997 film
1998
Bob
American television situation comedy
The Millionaire
The Soul Man
television series
The United States Steel Hour
television series
1953
Noddy
TV series
Glenn Martin, DDS
2009
The Naked Truth
TV series
Gary the Rat
American television program adult-oriented animated series
2003
Best of the West
Yes, Dear
American television sitcom
Providence
American drama series (1999-2002)
1999
Trivia Trap
The Ellen Show
2001 American television sitcom
2001
Maybe This Time
1995