Betty White

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January 24, 2022

Betty Marion White Ludden, single only White (January 17, 1922 Oak Park, Illinois - December 31, 2021) was an American actress and comedian who starred in many American films.

Life

She was married three times, her last (third) husband was the American actor Allen Ludden, with whom she was until his death in 1981. She also has a star on the Hollywood Walk of Fame. He is the only person to have been nominated for an Emmy Award in all categories, being nominated for an Emmy in 1951-2011. She won a Grammy Award in 2012, making her the oldest winner of the award. She has also been mentioned several times in the series The Simpsons (for example, in the episode Homerazzi) or Griffin. When the covid-19 pandemic broke out in 2020, Americans were afraid that Betty White would get sick due to her advanced age of covid-19. However, she reassured the Americans that she was in good health.

Filmography (selection)

Council and Consent (1962) The Holy Man (1998) Flood (1998) Dennis Fear Interventions Again (1998) Lake (1999) Second Chance (1999) The Story of the Little Elephant - Dubbing (2000) House Upside Down (2003) The Third Wish (2005) Proposal (2009) Love and Dance (2009) She again! (2009) Lorax - dubbing (2012)

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Reference

This article uses material from the Slovak Wikipedia article Betty White.

External links

Pictures, sounds or videos about Betty White at Wikimedia Commons

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