Betty White, the Emmy-winning TV star who had a stunning later-career comeback in films, TV advertisements, and the smash shows ‘The Golden Girls’ and ‘Hot in Cleveland,’ has died at the age of 99.

At 9.30 a.m., officers from the Los Angeles Police Department responded to a death investigation in the 500 block of North Carmelina Avenue in Los Angeles. reports on Friday morning.

Betty White’s 100th birthday would have been on January 17th. White is reported to have died at her Brentwood home on Thursday night.

White had not been ill, but had been exceedingly cautious during the epidemic, according to Witjas. She spent the most of the previous two years with her many dogs in the home she adored. In her dying years, Witjas added, she had 24-hour attendants.

As she approached her late 90s, White’s work pace had decreased significantly.

White, who began her career as a sidekick on a small Los Angeles daytime programme that kept her on live TV five hours a day, five days a week, was a TV staple for more than 60 years, having portrayed Sue-Ann Nivens on The Mary Tyler Moore Show in the 1970s and Rose on ‘The Golden Girls’ from 1985 to 1992.

White was still stealing scenes in films like ‘The Proposal,’ ‘You Again,’ and ‘Bringing Down the House,’ as well as making regular appearances on late night talk programmes, where she captivated viewers with her quickfire repartee with Jay Leno, Craig Ferguson, and other hosts, even in her eighties.

In 1999, White’s role as a smiling but foul-mouthed woman who protects the predator that is dispatching humans in David E. Kelley’s monster crocodile film ‘Lake Placida’ rekindled interest in her: she lampooned her love of animals by playing a smiling but foul-mouthed woman who protects the predator that is dispatching humans.

White received two additional Emmy nominations in 2012-13 for hosting and producing the hidden-camera reality show “Off Their Rockers.”

‘If You Ask Me (And Of Course You Won’t)’ was her most recent book, which was released in 2011. In 2010, she received a lifetime achievement award from the Screen Actors Guild.


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