Betty White, a TV Legend, has died at the age of 99

Betty White, a TV Legend, has died at the age of 99 ...

Betty White, the famous star of television programs like The Mary Tyler Moore Show and The Golden Girls, died. She was 99 years old, and she passed away just a few weeks after her 100th birthday.

According to TMZ and law enforcement figures, White passed away at her house shortly before 9:30 AM on Friday. White worked well into her 90s, including as a regular on the TV Land sitcomHot in Cleveland, which she starred for six seasons from 2010 to 2015. She remained so popular that she became a full-time member of the cast.

White had the finest television appearance in history. Born in 1922, she started working on radio for a time in the 1940s, then began co-hostingHollywood on Television, which made her the first female television talk show host in 1953. She also had her first television sitcom, titledLifeWith Elizabeth.

The Betty White Show was initially introduced on several television games, including Match Game andPyramid. In 1973, she debuted as the ultra-cheerful Sue Ann Nivens on the Season 4 premiere of The Mary Tyler Moore Show.

White was chosen as one of four people onThe Golden Girls, a popular sitcom about the lives of four elderly women living in Florida. After filming, Rue McClanahan was chosen to play the sweet Rose. Both considered having a similar role before. (White onMary Tyler Moore, and McClanahan, both), however, both believed they had played similar roles before. The Golden Palace ran for seven seasons and 1980 episodes, and even spawned a short-lived spinoff.

White has been in the news recently because she was on the verge of celebrating her 100th birthday on January 17.She recently appeared on People Magazine and was planning tocommemorate the daywith a special film premiere,Betty White: 100 Years Young. It''s sad she''s gone, but she''s left behind one of the greatest bodies of work in television history.

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