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Born: January 17, 1922 Cause of Death:
Birth Place: Oak Park, Illinois, USA Profession: Cast ...
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1958:
Hosted her own variety program "The Betty White Show" (ABC)
1971:
Hosted the syndicated animal series "The Pet Set"
1971:
Made TV-movie debut in "Vanished" (Fox)
1996:
Played herself on a memorable episode of "The John Larroquette Show" (NBC)
1996:
Received an Emmy nomination for appearance on "Suddenly Susan" (NBC)
1957:
Produced and starred on "Date with the Angels" (ABC)
2007:
Starred in a parody of ABC's "Ugly Betty" titled "Ugly Betty White" for the TV Land Awards
1956:
Appeared on "The Story of Virginia Lennert" episode of "The Millionaire" (CBS)
1998:
Cast as Mrs. Wilson in the straight to video release "Dennis the Menace Strikes Again"
1967:
Co-hosted the "78th Annual Tournament of Roses Parade" (NBC)
1983:
Landed a recurring role as the snobbish Ellen, the title character's oldest daughter on "Mama's Family" (NBC)
1955:
Became a panelist on game show "Make the Connection" (NBC)
2007:
Played herself as the victim of Wilhelmina Slater's (Vanessa Williams) temper on an episode of "Ugly Betty" (ABC)
1999:
Provided some comic relief as a foul-mouthed widow in the thriller "Lake Placid"
1977:
Headlined her own short-lived sitcom "The Betty White Show" (CBS)
2001:
Voiced Grandma Sophie in "The Wild Thornberry's: The Origin of Donnie"
1999:
Had a regular role on the CBS sitcom "Ladies Man"
1983:
Hosted the NBC game show "Just Men!"
2003:
Joined Steve Martin for the comedy "Bringing Down the House"
1993:
Joined the cast of "Bob" (CBS) as Bob Newhart's boss
2006:
Joined the CBS soap opera "The Bold and the Beautiful" as Ann Douglas, the mother of arch Stephanie Forrester (Susan Flannery)
2009:
Joined Sandra Bullock and Ryan Reynolds for the comedy "The Proposal"
1995:
Played Marie Osmond's mother on the short-lived ABC sitcom "Maybe This Time"
2002:
Received an Emmy nomination for her guest starring role on "Yes, Dear" (CBS)
2010:
Co-starred opposite Jane Leeves, Wendie Malick, and Valerie Bertinelli on TV Land's ensemble comedy "Hot in Cleveland"
2011:
Nominated for the 2011 Primetime Emmy Award for Outstanding Supporting Actress In A Comedy Series
2012:
Voiced the character Grammy Norma in animated feature "Dr. Seuss' The Lorax"
1961:
Regularly appeared as a panelist on game show "Password" (CBS, ABC)
2011:
Co-starred with Jennifer Love Hewitt in the Lifetime drama "The Lost Valentine"
2009:
Earned an Emmy nomination for her guest starring role on NBC's "My Name is Earl" as the Crazy Witch Lady
1992:
Reprised role of Rose Nylund for the spin-off "The Golden Palace" (CBS)
1962:
Made her feature film debut in "Advise and Consent"
1985:
Played the memorable role of ditzy and sweet Rose Nylund on the NBC comedy series "The Golden Girls"
2002:
Landed a recurring role as Kitty's mother on "That '70s Show"
2010:
Hosted NBC's "Saturday Night Live" after fans campaigned on social networking site Facebook
1973:
Played the relentlessly perky Sue Ann Nivens on CBS' "The Mary Tyler Moore Show"
1953:
Produced and starred on the syndicated sitcom "Life with Elizabeth" (retitled "The Betty White Show" in 1954)
2005:
Again portrayed Catherine Piper with a recurring role on "Boston Legal" (ABC)
2004:
Guest starred on three episodes of "The Practice" (ABC) as Carol Piper, a resident of Alan Shore's (James Spader) hometown
1949:
Made TV debut after several years in radio
2015:
Guest starred on two episodes of "Bones"
2017:
Played Ms. Wilson on "Young & Hungry"

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