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The career of Betty White in pictures

Icon, classic, legend and national treasure are all terms that could be used to describe Betty White. She’s been one of the most universally popular and beloved actors since she first began her career in the 1930s and continues to work to this day. A long list of game-show appearances, film and television credits including The Mary Tyler Moore Show and The Golden Girls, and a legacy of charity work are just some of the highlights of White’s illustrious career.
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Is That Betty White in ‘Raya And The Last Dragon’?

After three months on Disney+‘s Premier Access tier, Raya and the Last Dragon has finally debuted on the platform for free — and if you haven’t watched yet, you’re in for a magical treat. The film follows Raya, daughter of local Chief Benja, who is about to become a guardian of one of an incredibly powerful orb. In order to protect the gem and collect the other stones, Raya must track down the last known dragon and battle the villainous Druun before they put both the human and dragon races in danger of extinction once more.
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Jean Smart is looking to join Betty White as the only people to complete this Emmy trifecta

It’s good to be Jean Smart right now. Though the “Watchmen” star has been enjoying a bit of a career resurgence over the last several years, her starring role on the acclaimed HBO Max comedy “Hacks,” about the unexpected friendship between an aging comedian and a young writer, currently puts her in a position to potentially do what only the legendary Betty White has done before: win an Emmy in the comedy lead, supporting and guest categories — and all for different shows.
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Chit Chat Corner: Family connection ties actress Betty White to Kilgore

Little known secrets are often revealed in casual conversations. Recently one of those conversations connected Kilgore to well-known actress Betty White. Actress, comedian, author and animal advocate, 90-year-old Betty White can still be seen on television and movie sets — even if it may be the late night reruns of The Golden Girls where she played a naïve widow from St. Olaf, Minnesota. Considering her career has lasted over 80 years proves there is nothing naïve about Betty.
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In praise of Cher, the self-proclaimed "Betty White of Rock 'n' Roll"

Some people celebrate milestone birthdays with dinner at a nice restaurant or maybe a special vacation. A few weeks ago, however, Cher commemorated her 75th birthday by announcing a biopic based on her life. The actress and musician is co-producing the film with Judy Craymer, who dreamt up the idea...
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Betty White: Golden Girl and animal welfare advocate

Her show business career has spanned eight decades, but Betty White has been an animal lover even longer than that. The remarkable nonagenarian supports a variety of animal organizations, and works to better the lives of dogs, cats and other critters. Betty White has captivated television and film audiences for...

Betty White Can't Wait to 'Regain Her Freedom' After a Lonely Quarantine

After more than a year, Betty White has been doing all she can to keep herself busy during quarantine, but she looks forward to the day when she can safely interact with her loved ones again. Since the start of the pandemic last year, the 99-year-old Golden Girls star has been keeping to herself at home to stay safe. As White's rep Jeff Witjas recently told TMZ, White's still healthy and safe at home more than a year later, but she's "looking forward to summer when she can safely enjoy the outdoors and regain her freedom."

Betty White Keeping Busy During Quarantine, But Loneliness Was Real

Good news Betty White fans ... more than a year into a pandemic and the Hollywood legend's still healthy and safe at home, but she's looking forward to summer when she can safely enjoy the outdoors and regain her freedom. Betty's been keeping herself busy at home reading, watching TV...
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What You Didn't Know About Betty White And Lucille Ball's Relationship

Betty White and Lucille Ball are two of the greatest comedy legends in American television history –- national treasures, if you will –- but many fans of the famous funny ladies may not realize that they were also close friends. White and Ball shared a 30-year friendship that began during the iconic redhead's reign on the beloved CBS sitcom "I Love Lucy" in the late 1950s and lasted until her death in 1989.