Betty White’s film and television career has spanned over 60 years. White became a household name thanks to the show The Golden Girls and the game show Password. A passionate supporter of animals rights, White’s affiliation with animal charities (Actors and Others for Animals), and her roles in the television sitcoms The Mary Tyler Moore Show and Mama's Family, as well as being a regular panelist on the popular 1970s game show Match Game solidified her celebrity status. Betty White’s television career started in the early 1950s with "Life with Elizabeth” and continues today. She currently stars in the hit TV Land sitcom, "Hot in Cleveland," and won an Emmy for hosting Saturday Night Live in 2010.