Betty White Celebrates Her 98th Birthday Today


The actress is known for work on such shows as, The Golden Girls and The Mary Tyler Moore Show.

Happy birthday the world's Golden Girl.

It's no more than White deserves though, having garnered a massive fan-base and become an icon of the screen in a career spanning 80 years.

"5,234 is the number of times I thought Betty White died today seeing her photo in my TL".

The lone surviving member of The Golden Girls, White was also the earliest of the four. She has collected an impressive collection of awards during her illustrious career, including five Emmies from 21 nominations spread over more than 50 years.

The Roses Tournament was not the only famous parade organized by White at the time: White had already hosted Macy's popular Thanksgiving parade for nearly a decade.

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Betty, Rue and Bea respectively played Rose, Blanche and Dorothy, three friends in their twilight years living with Dorothy's mother Sophia, played by Estelle.

In a 2016 installment of the popular Nickelodeon animated series, White played the role of Beatrice, a mall store owner that one of her employees who had been teased by her peers.

In 2018, Betty shared some of her top tips for longevity with Parade magazine, crediting her love of vodka and hot dogs for reaching her 90s and enjoying a happy and healthy life. "Accentuate the positive, not the negative". Now, Betty White is celebrating something special and former co-stars are reaching out with well-wishes. I get bored of the people who are complain about this or that.

After playing a much beloved supporting character, White once again became one of the main characters in a sitcom.

She appeared in another ensemble sitcom show, Hot in Cleveland, which debuted in 2015.

In 2010 White received the SAG Lifetime Achievement Award for her contributions to TV, film and society.