Betty White’s biggest roles over the years E! News UK

Betty White had a rich career in Hollywood before passing away on Friday at the age of 99.

White started his job at an early age working for radio shows, before making his way into the world of television. The actress was already considered a television veteran when she landed the role in “The Mary Tyler Moore Show” which enhanced her career.

“I’ve been working steadily for 63 years,” she said in a 2010 interview for the ABC News program “Nightline”. “But everyone says, ‘Oh, this is such a rebirth.’ Maybe I left without knowing it. “

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Here’s a look back at some of his biggest roles:

“The Mary Tyler Moore Show”

White received her leading role when she was cast as Sue Ann Nivens on “The Mary Tyler Moore Show” in the 1970s. She won two Emmy Awards for her work in the television series that propelled her towards fame.

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‘Daddy’s Girls’

White was then chosen to play Rose Nylund in the hit series “Golden Girls”. The actress won another Emmy for her role on the sitcom.

"Golden girls" is one of only three sitcoms in which all the main actors have won at least one Emmy Award. Rue McClanahan (Best Leading Actress in a Comedy Series, 1987); Estelle Getty (Best Supporting Actress in a Comedy Series, 1988); Bea Arthur (Outstanding Leading Actress in a Comedy Series, 1988) and Betty White (Outstanding Leading Actress in a Comedy Series, 1986).

“The Golden Girls” is one of only three sitcoms in which all of the main actors have won at least one Emmy Award. Rue McClanahan (Best Leading Actress in a Comedy Series, 1987); Estelle Getty (Best Supporting Actress in a Comedy Series, 1988); Bea Arthur (Outstanding Leading Actress in a Comedy Series, 1988) and Betty White (Outstanding Leading Actress in a Comedy Series, 1986).
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“Hot in Cleveland”

White starred in “Hot in Cleveland” as Elka Ostrovsky. The show ran for five seasons, and White won an Emmy nomination for his role.

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“Boston Legal”

White played the recurring character of Catherine Piper in “Boston Legal”.

‘Saturday Night Live’

Just when you thought White might be gearing up to retire from her Hollywood career, she landed a role in the “Saturday Night Live” animation in 2010. She held the record for the oldest female host. of “SNL”.

She landed the role after a Facebook campaign gathered enough fans to grab the attention of those hiding behind the scenes at “SNL.”

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Legendary actress Betty White in a portrait shoot on March 29, 2011 at the Museum of Radio and TV in Los Angeles, California. White spoke about his career and his new book titled "If you ask me".

Legendary actress Betty White in a portrait shoot on March 29, 2011 at the Museum of Radio and TV in Los Angeles, California. White spoke about his career and his new book, “If You Ask Me”.
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‘Proposal’

White has also made a few appearances in films. In 2009, she starred alongside Ryan Reynolds and Sandra Bullock in “The Proposal”.

‘You again’

Around the same time, White hit the big screen for another iconic role in “You Again.” She starred alongside Jamie Lee Curtis and Kristen Bell.

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Betty White’s biggest roles over the years E! News UK