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Here’s why people like Donald Trump Make Bad Relationship DecisionsPosts by Nella Vann MoreRelative to her 90th in 2012, this year’s birthday may fade but we think it’s just the way the star likes that. Vanity Fair quips as she attributed cold hot dogs and vodka to her long life, when the star turned 96. I’m so grateful to @PBSpic.twitter.com / IhCS1stbSU When it comes to good Hollywood careers Betty White leaps right to the top of the list. White in fact holds the Guinness World Record for an entertainer (female) for the longest TV career. The actress first began her acting in 1939 performing on an experimental television show in a role she admits she can’t even remember. White appeared in the television show Life with Elizabeth in 1952 as a regular series. The actress spent three years playing the title character. White has practically been behaving non-stop ever since. Her breakthrough roles were Mary Tyler Moore Grant Tinker Allen Ludden and I had some of the best times together in my life. She was unique. Pic.twitter.com / tLf3oU2wlR — Betty White (@BettyMWhite) January 26, 2017 Although White had been on show for years, she became a celebrity for the first time. Sue Ann has worked with Mary and the rest of her crew at the WJM. She hosted her own series called “The Happy Homemaker.” White appeared on The Mary Tyler Moore Series until the show ended in 1977. The comedian went straight to another show this time after the show’s finale as the chief in The Betty White Series. The show lasted just one season but it was successful for White. She went on to appear in several TV movies and shows before landing less than 10 years later on her next big role. White started filming on The Golden Girls in 1985. White played Rose Nylund’s role as a simple woman who was inclined to come off a little ditsy. For her naivety and her endless ramblings about her past Rose was always made fun of by her fellow housemates. White played the character on The Golden Girls for seven seasons and one season in The Golden Palace, a spin-off series. Present Day Figure 1 Betty White Gabriel Olsen / FilmMagic While White has been the subject of several death hoaxes the star seems invincible. So much for White to take his place. We can’t help but agree on Betty White being a smash on the show!Relative to her 90th in 2012, this year’s birthday may fade but we think it’s just the way the star likes that. Vanity Fair quips as she attributed cold hot dogs and vodka to her long life, when the star turned 96. I’m so grateful to @PBSpic.twitter.com / IhCS1stbSU When it comes to good Hollywood careers Betty White leaps right to the top of the list. White in fact holds the Guinness World Record for an entertainer (female) for the longest TV career. The actress first began her acting in 1939 performing on an experimental television show in a role she admits she can’t even remember. White appeared in the television show Life with Elizabeth in 1952 as a regular series. The actress spent three years playing the title character. White has practically been behaving non-stop ever since. Her breakthrough roles were Mary Tyler Moore Grant Tinker Allen Ludden and I had some of the best times together in my life. She was unique. Pic.twitter.com / tLf3oU2wlR — Betty White (@BettyMWhite) January 26, 2017 Although White had been on show for years, she became a celebrity for the first time. Sue Ann has worked with Mary and the rest of her crew at the WJM. She hosted her own series called “The Happy Homemaker.” White appeared on The Mary Tyler Moore Series until the show ended in 1977. The comedian went straight to another show this time after the show’s finale as the chief in The Betty White Series. The show lasted just one season but it was successful for White. She went on to appear in several TV movies and shows before landing less than 10 years later on her next big role. White started filming on The Golden Girls in 1985. White played Rose Nylund’s role as a simple woman who was inclined to come off a little ditsy. For her naivety and her endless ramblings about her past Rose was always made fun of by her fellow housemates. White played the character on The Golden Girls for seven seasons and one season in The Golden Palace, a spin-off series. Present Day Figure 1 Betty White Gabriel Olsen / FilmMagic While White has been the subject of several death hoaxes the star seems invincible. So much for White to take his place. We can’t help but agree on Betty White being a smash on the show!