Betty White’s Life Line


Betty White

Madilynn Jorgensen, Reporter

Betty White was born on January 17th, 1922 in Oak Park, IL, and passed on December 31st, 2021 in Brentwood, Los Angeles, CA. She was an influencer for a lot of people and did amazing things throughout her life. Betty was an American Actor and an Animal Rights Activist. 


Betty White Grew up in Los Angeles in the 1940s where she started her acting career by appearing on television as a “girl Friday”. Betty has more than 120 acting credits and is best known for two movies she’s acted in which are “The Golden Girls” and “The Mary Tyler Moore Show”. Betty also is one of the first women to produce a national TV show, receive an Emmy 

Nomination, and to ever appear on television. Betty White also made her own TV series called The Pet Set. Her TV series was about celebrities and their pets. During her TV series, she started to take interest in Animal Warfare. 


Betty White wasn’t just an American Actor but was an Animal Activist. She began to take interest in Animal Warfare in the early 1970s when she was about –. She was also a part of the Morris Animal Foundation and later in 2009 became the president of the foundation. Betty White did a lot of what she could do to help animals. She promoted and protected animal interests in her entertainment projects, and personally adopted many rescued animals.