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Gifts for Betty White Fans

Updated on October 9, 2014

Betty White

Betty White's career spans almost seven decades. There are few of us who can remember a time when Betty wasn't a part of our lives.

Her amazing legacy has been recorded in books, DVDs and other memorabilia.

The best news is, Betty is in her '90s and still going strong!

If you are looking for a Christmas or birthday gift, or just something to add to your own Betty White collection here are some great ideas.

Betty just keeps getting better as she ages. I don't think there is a better comedienne on the planet.

Do you have a favorite Betty White character? Take the poll below.

Betty White's TV Career

Betty began her television career in 1952 with Life With Elizabeth.

She moved on to become a favorite on television game shows like Match Game and What's My Line. She met her husband Allen Ludden on the show Password.

In the 1970's she played the devious Sue Ann Niven on the Mary Tyler Moore Show.

In the 1980's she played ditzy and loveable Rose Nylund on The Golden Girls.

Her latest sitcom is Hot in Cleveland where she plays quirky and outspoken Elka Ovstrosky.

Audiences Love Her

Betty White has won seven Emmy Awards and received 20 nominations.

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Betty White's Television Collections

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Betty White Books

Betty Has written six books.

Two of them deal specifically with her love of animals.

The rest deal with her personal and career life. They offer great insight into this remarkable woman.

Animals Love Her and She Loves Them Too

Betty White has been on the Board of Directors of the Greater Los Angeles Zoo Association since 1974.

Fun Facts About Betty White

Betty has won seven Emmy Awards and four Golden Globes.

She has a star on the Hollywood Walk of Fame.

Betty White is 90 years old.

She has been married three times. After Allen Ludden died of cancer in 1981, she never married again.

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