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Betty White

  • Birthplace: Oak Park, Illinois
  • Birthday: January 17

Betty White’s iconic career has spanned more than 60 years; the seven-time Emmy Award winner has created unforgettable roles in television and film, authored eight books and won numerous awards, including those for her lifelong work for animal welfare. Her big-screen credits include the Warner Brothers hit The Proposal, with Sandra Bullock and Ryan Reynolds, as well as You Again, Bringing Down the House, The Story of Us, Lake Placid and Hard Rain. She can currently be seen on TV Land’s Hot in Cleveland and Betty White’s Off Their Rockers for NBC.

Betty White’s iconic career has spanned more than 60 years; the seven-time Emmy Award winner has created unforgettable roles in television and film, authored eight books and won numerous awards, including those for her lifelong work for animal welfare. Her big-screen credits include the Warner Brothers hit The Proposal, with Sandra Bullock and Ryan Reynolds, as well as You Again, Bringing Down the House, The Story of Us, Lake Placid and Hard Rain. She can currently be seen on TV Land’s Hot in Cleveland and Betty White’s Off Their Rockers for NBC. She most recently has been named America’s Most Appealing Celebrity by Reuters.

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AWARDS & NOMINATIONS

5 Wins21 Nominations

Outstanding Supporting Actress In A Comedy Series - 2011

  • Nominee
  • Betty White, as Elka Ostrosky
  • Hot In Cleveland
  • TV Land
  • Hudson Street Productions

Outstanding Guest Actress In A Comedy Series - 2010

  • Winner
  • Betty White, as Host
  • Saturday Night Live
  • NBC
  • SNL Studios in association with Universal Television and Broadway Video

Outstanding Guest Actress In A Comedy Series - 2009

  • Nominee
  • Betty White, as Crazy Witch Lady
  • My Name Is Earl
  • NBC
  • Amigos de Garcia Production in association with 20th Century Fox Television

Outstanding Guest Actress In A Drama Series - 2004

OUTSTANDING LEAD ACTRESS IN COMEDY SERIES - 1989

BEST ACTRESS - 1951

  • Nominee
  • Betty White, as
  • n/a
  • KLAC

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