A True Legend



LOS ANGELES, CA – JUNE 11: Actress Betty White attends the media preview for Greater Los Angeles Zoo Association’s Beastly Ball fundraiser at Los Angeles Zoo on June 11, 2015 in Los Angeles, California. (Photo by Vincent Sandoval/WireImage)

Betty White was known as an actress, comedian, but overall a good human being. Sadly, she passed away shortly before her 100th birthday.

The world has been blessed with White’s work for decades. She is best known for her role in Golden Girls and appearing in The Mary Tyler Moore Show. White’s best movie productions were; The Proposal, and Hot Cleveland. She also was a voice actress in The Lorax and Toy Story 4. White has received many awards in her acting and comedic career. She has been nominated for 57 Oscars, winning 27 of them. White also has eight Emmy awards in many categories, such as five primetime and three daytime awards.

White also has her own star on the Hollywood walk of fame in Los Angeles, California. She not only was a hero on the screen but she donated to over 30 animal health studies to look to improve hundreds of animals’ health. White was a big advocate for animal rights and was a strong companion for animal shelters and was a board member at the Los Angeles Zoo. White wanted her investments to go to animal rescues, this led to her raising 70,389 dollars to go to zoos and animal rescues.

In addition to this, White supported Autism Speaks, American Heart Association, Red Cross, Special Olympics, St. Judes Food Pantries, Shelters, St. Judes Children’s Research Hospital, and many more. She also supported Human Rights and was an ally for the LGBTQ+ community.

Betty White was a hero to all and will forever remember her legacy. She was a kind spirit who changed the entertainment industry.