Is there anything Betty White hasn’t done?
She’s received a lap dance on “Ellen,” was tackled in a Snickers Super Bowl ad, shared a shower with Hugh Jackman, became a Facebook phenomenon, purchased condoms on “The Golden Girls,” and kissed "Chuck" star Zachary Levi just last night.
In the past few years, she’s had cameos on everything from “Community” to “30 Rock” and “The Middle,” has brought in record ratings as the oldest host ever on "Saturday Night Live" and returned to TV on the popular “Hot in Cleveland.”
And, she’s not done yet. This spring, White has a new show, “Off Their Rockers” — think Ashton Kutcher's “Punked” for old people — debuting this spring on NBC.
The bubbly may be done at her big birthday bash, but we’re still celebrating all day. Here’s our tribute to the one who’s done it all.
1956: White co-hosted the Rose Parade on NBC for nineteen years. When she was replaced in 1975, the "Mary Tyler Moore" actress began hosting the "Macy's Thanksgiving Day Parade" for the next ten years.
1949: White appeared alongside Al Jarvis on the daily, “Hollywood on Television." She took over hosting the show three years later in 1952.
1950: White was nominated for her first Emmy award as "Best Actress" on TV. The award was among the first in the category of women's television. White won her first Emmy in 1975 for her performance on "The Mary Tyler Moore Show."
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