Betty White, a veteran actress with an 80-year career, best known for her role in the Golden Girls, died at the age of 99, according to US media.
The actress reportedly died at home on Friday, less than three weeks after her 100th birthday.
“Betty was about to turn 100, but she thought she would live forever,” her agent and best friend Jeff Witchas told People magazine.
She has an 80-year career and has won Emmy Awards at the television sitcoms The Golden Girls and Mary Tyler Moore Shows.
White starred in the television sitcom “Hot in Cleveland” at the age of 92 until canceled in late 2014.
The actress said her longevity is the result of good health, good luck, and love for her work.
Betty White, who starred in the Golden Girls, died shortly before her 100th birthday | Ent & Arts News
Source link Betty White, who starred in the Golden Girls, died shortly before her 100th birthday | Ent & Arts News