Hosted her own variety program "The Betty White Show" (ABC)
Hosted the syndicated animal series "The Pet Set"
Made TV-movie debut in "Vanished" (Fox)
Played herself on a memorable episode of "The John Larroquette Show" (NBC)
Received an Emmy nomination for appearance on "Suddenly Susan" (NBC)
Produced and starred on "Date with the Angels" (ABC)
Starred in a parody of ABC's "Ugly Betty" titled "Ugly Betty White" for the TV Land Awards
Appeared on "The Story of Virginia Lennert" episode of "The Millionaire" (CBS)
Cast as Mrs. Wilson in the straight to video release "Dennis the Menace Strikes Again"
Co-hosted the "78th Annual Tournament of Roses Parade" (NBC)
Landed a recurring role as the snobbish Ellen, the title character's oldest daughter on "Mama's Family" (NBC)
Became a panelist on game show "Make the Connection" (NBC)
Played herself as the victim of Wilhelmina Slater's (Vanessa Williams) temper on an episode of "Ugly Betty" (ABC)
Provided some comic relief as a foul-mouthed widow in the thriller "Lake Placid"
Headlined her own short-lived sitcom "The Betty White Show" (CBS)
Voiced Grandma Sophie in "The Wild Thornberry's: The Origin of Donnie"
Had a regular role on the CBS sitcom "Ladies Man"
Hosted the NBC game show "Just Men!"
Joined Steve Martin for the comedy "Bringing Down the House"
Joined the cast of "Bob" (CBS) as Bob Newhart's boss
Joined the CBS soap opera "The Bold and the Beautiful" as Ann Douglas, the mother of arch Stephanie Forrester (Susan Flannery)
Joined Sandra Bullock and Ryan Reynolds for the comedy "The Proposal"
Played Marie Osmond's mother on the short-lived ABC sitcom "Maybe This Time"
Received an Emmy nomination for her guest starring role on "Yes, Dear" (CBS)
Co-starred opposite Jane Leeves, Wendie Malick, and Valerie Bertinelli on TV Land's ensemble comedy "Hot in Cleveland"
Nominated for the 2011 Primetime Emmy Award for Outstanding Supporting Actress In A Comedy Series
Voiced the character Grammy Norma in animated feature "Dr. Seuss' The Lorax"
Regularly appeared as a panelist on game show "Password" (CBS, ABC)
Co-starred with Jennifer Love Hewitt in the Lifetime drama "The Lost Valentine"
Earned an Emmy nomination for her guest starring role on NBC's "My Name is Earl" as the Crazy Witch Lady
Reprised role of Rose Nylund for the spin-off "The Golden Palace" (CBS)
Made her feature film debut in "Advise and Consent"
Played the memorable role of ditzy and sweet Rose Nylund on the NBC comedy series "The Golden Girls"
Landed a recurring role as Kitty's mother on "That '70s Show"
Hosted NBC's "Saturday Night Live" after fans campaigned on social networking site Facebook
Played the relentlessly perky Sue Ann Nivens on CBS' "The Mary Tyler Moore Show"
Produced and starred on the syndicated sitcom "Life with Elizabeth" (retitled "The Betty White Show" in 1954)
Again portrayed Catherine Piper with a recurring role on "Boston Legal" (ABC)
Guest starred on three episodes of "The Practice" (ABC) as Carol Piper, a resident of Alan Shore's (James Spader) hometown
Made TV debut after several years in radio
Guest starred on two episodes of "Bones"
Played Ms. Wilson on "Young & Hungry"