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Betty White

by: Danielle White

Jodi Plank

on 29 January 2013

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By: Danielle White Childhood Of America's Sweet heart Born : Jan. 17, 1922
Birthplace : Oak Park, Illinois
Parents: Horace (electrical engineer) and Tess (homemaker) White
Only Child
Moved to L.A. at the age of Two Early Adult Life of Betty White Married: Dick Barker (1945), Lane Allen (1947-1949), Allen Luden (1963-1981)
Occupations: Animal Right Activist, T.V. Actress, T.V. Producer, and Comedian
Education: graduated from Beverly Hills High School Important Accomplishment Played the same character, Rose Nylund, on four different TV series: "The Golden Palace" (1992), "The Golden Girls" (1985), "Nurses" (1991), and "Empty Nest" (1988).
Started career as the "Phone Girl" on Al Jarvis's afternoon TV show in L.A
Six-time Emmy Award-winning actress
Author of four books: Betty White's Pet Love; Betty White In Person, The Leading Lady; Dinah's Story, co-authored with Tom Sullivan, and Here We Go Again: My Life in Television.
American Veterinary Medical Association's Humane Award in 1982. She has served on the Board of the Greater Los Angeles Zoo Association since 1974, and now serves as vice president of the Los Angeles Zoo Commission. Betty Marion White T.V. Shows and Movies Betty White's Off Their Rockers (2012) - TV
stars as Herself - Host
The Lorax (2012)
stars as Norma (voice)
Sexy and I Know It (2011)
stars as Skateboard Momma
The Lost Valentine (2011) - TM
stars as Caroline Thomas
Pound Puppies (2010) - TV
stars as Agatha McLeish / Agatha
You Again (2010)
stars as Grandma Bunny
Community (2010) - TV
stars as Professor June Bauer
Prep & Landing: Operation Secret Santa (2010) - TV
stars as Mrs. Claus (voice)
Hot in Cleveland (2010) - TV
stars as Elka Ostrovsky
The Proposal (2009)
stars as Grandma Annie
Part Two: The Warm Mission (2009)
stars as Betty Annie's Point (2005) - TM
stars as Annie Eason
The Third Wish (2005)
stars as Lettie
stars as Catherine Piper
Higglytown Heroes (2004) - TV
stars as Grandma
The Practice (2004) - TV
stars as Catherine Piper
Complete Savages (2004) - TV
stars as Mrs. Riley
Everwood (2003) - TV aka Our New Life in Everwood
stars as Carol Roberts
Stealing Christmas (2003) - TM
stars as Emily Sutton
Return to the Batcave: The Misadventures of Adam and Burt (2003) - TM
stars as Woman in Window during Batclimb sequence
Bringing Down the House (2003)
stars as Mrs. Kline
That '70s Show (2002) - TV
stars as Bea Sigurdson
The Wild Thornberrys: The Origin of Donnie (2001) - TM
stars as Grandma Sophie (voice)
The Retrievers (2001) - TM
stars as Mrs. Krisper
The Wild Thornberrys (2000) - TV
stars as Grandma Sophie
Whispers: An Elephant's Tale (2000)
stars as Round (voice)
Tom Sawyer (2000) - VI
stars as Aunt Polly (voice) quotes "Keep the other person's well-being in mind when you feel an attack of soul-purging truth coming on."

"The thing I like to do best is my work for animals. I've worked with LA Zoo and a number of other animal causes for years now, and I never want to give that up. Whatever I do will have to fit around that."

"Interviewers repeatedly want to know what I would really dream of doing in [show] business, if I could choose anything I wanted. I can't ever seem to get the point across that I am doing it... right now!"

"I think older women still have a full life. Maybe the [movie and TV] writers don't address it these days, but it doesn't change the fact."

"I've always liked older men. They're just more attractive to me. Of course, at my age there aren't that many left!" Betty White In Action The End
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