Betty Marion White Ludden (born January 17, 1922), better known as Betty White, is an American actress, comedienne, singer, author, and television personality. With a career lasting over seven decades, she is best known to contemporary audiences for her television roles as Sue Ann Nivens on The Mary Tyler Moore Show and Rose Nylund on The Golden Girls. After the death of co-star Rue McClanahan in 2010, she is now the only Golden Girl still living. She currently portrays Elka Ostrovsky in the TV Land sitcom Hot in Cleveland. She currently hosts the practical-joke show Betty White's Off Their Rockers.
Betty White has won seven Emmy Awards (six of which were for acting) and has gotten 20 Emmy nominations over the time during her career, including being the first woman to ever receive an Emmy for game show hosting (for the short-lived Just Men!) and is the only person to have won an Emmy in all female performing comedic categories. In May 2010, she became the oldest person to guest-host Saturday Night Live, for which she also won a Primetime Emmy Award. Betty White also holds the record for longest time between Emmy nominations for performances – her first was in 1951 and her most recent was in 2011, a span of 60 years – and has become the oldest nominee as of 2012[update], at age 90. She has made other appearances on the game shows Password and Match Game and portrayed recurring roles on Mama's Family, Boston Legal, The Bold and the Beautiful, and Community.
She has over 50 titles in movies and television. If you click the links you can view all of her filmography.