Betty White Turns 98 This Week, And She’s As Full Of Spirit As Ever

Betty White Turns 98 This Week, And She’s As Full Of Spirit As Ever

Betty White, one of the best actresses in the history of time, is like the grandma of the internet. Every time her name pops up trending, everyone fears that she has left this world.

However, the actress is about to turn 98, and she’s not slowing down anytime soon!

She currently holds the Guinness World Record for the longest career in entertainment, as she has an impressive 117 acting credits. However, she’s best known for her role as Rose Nylund in the mega-hit Golden Girls, and for her role as Sue Ann Nivens in The Mary Tyler Moore Show.

Betty’s birthday is on January 17, and she will be turning 98 this year. She celebrated her 97th birthday with a poker game with her friends last year, and she said that she could contribute her long life to “vodka and hot dogs” as she was celebrating her 96th birthday.

Betty White’s documentary is set to drop on Netflix.
A documentary about her life premiered out in August 2018 on PBS, and it reflected on her long career. It also featured an exclusive behind-the-scenes look at some of her best work, and now it’s being released on Netflix on January 18.

So, does Betty White have any children?

No, she doesn’t have any biological children, but she’s the stepmother of her late husband’s 3 children.

She was married to TV personality Allen Ludden from 1963 until he left this world in 1981, and he was her third husband.

Betty hasn’t remarried or entered any romantic relationships after Allen, and she said of her marriage to Daily Mail back in 2011 that “once you’ve had the best, who needs the rest?”.

She had three roles in 2019, including the role of “Bitey White” in Toy Story 4, and she voiced Sarah Vanderwhoozie in the animated movie Trouble.

It remains unknown if she has any ongoing projects for 2020, but we can’t blame her if she doesn’t want to take roles this year and take it for herself, because she’s clearly deserved it.


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