Betty White, Golden Girls TV star and legend, dies at 99
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Betty White, Golden Girls TV star and cultural icon, dead at 99
TV star Betty White, whose career has lasted more than eight decades, is very popular with the public.
She moved between unforgettable roles in “The Golden Girls” and “The Mary Tyler Moore Show” until she became a distinct cultural icon.
And that in the eighties and nineties of her age, she died weeks before her 100th birthday, which she was preparing to celebrate.
*- The death occurred at approximately 9:30 am on Friday.
*- White was about to celebrate her 100th birthday on January 17 of the new year.
*- It has been confirmed that the death occurred naturally at her home in Brentwood, California.
*- Then White’s agent, who is also a close friend of hers, “Jeff Whitgas” confirmed the news of the death.
*- Betty White, Golden Girls TV star, has always wanted to be with her beloved husband, Elaine Lowden, and she was not afraid of death.
White was born in the suburb of Oak Park, Bush Park, died January 17, 1922, and then
The family moved to California, then Al-Marsa ended up in Los Angeles, where her star rose and she became a Hollywood celebrity.
Through her roles, White has held the record for the longest television career of any female artist.
She made her debut in 1939, when her debut was just an unsure experience, and then went on to appear in acting as well as a wanted host and guest star in her nineties.
But her best-known work of all-time is her scene-stealing roles in two leading sitcoms, as well as the host of the mixed-themed cooking show Sue Ann Nevins in “The Mary Tyler Moore Show,” also in the 1970s when the beautiful heroine Rose Nylund appeared. In “The Golden” girls of the eighties.
“These are the two shows that have historically been a great legacy for her, they have truly earned the status of a classic… This is because people will continue to watch those things that they enjoy.