It’s only natural to want to look radiant. So what plastic surgeries has Betty White endured to achieve this goal? We have collected all plastic surgery information below, whether it’s a facelift, boob job, or anything else.
Who Is Betty White?
Betty White is an American actress and comedian, who is most famous for her roles as Sue Ann Nivens on The Mary Tyler Moore Show and Rose Nylund on The Golden Girls. She’s played memorable roles in such films as Lake Placid, Ponyo, The Proposal, Advise & Consent and The Lorax. She is the recipient of several accolades, including six Emmy Awards. She received the Screen Actors Guild Life Achievement Award in 2009. She became the oldest person to host Saturday Night Live at 88 years old, in May of 2010. Born Betty Marion White on January 17, 1922 in Oak Park, Illinois, she is the only child of Tess Curtis and Horace Lawrence White. She belongs to Danish, Greek, English, and Welsh descent. She graduated from Beverly Hills High School in Beverly Hills, California, in 1939, at age 17. She has been married three times. She does not have any biological children.
Plastic Surgery Overview
Actress Betty White is the latest Hollywood star to come out of the closet and admit to having plastic surgery. Despite years of denying that she had undergone facial plastic surgery, Betty now admits to “having a little work done” in 1976.
Plastic surgery is normal among celebrities in Hollywood. Breast implants and rhinoplasties are nothing new there. Check out the table below to see Betty White's plastic surgery history.
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Betty White Quotes
"I've worked with the Los Angeles Zoo for 45 years, and we have this magnificent photographer, Tad Motoyama. He takes these wonderful, wonderful animal pictures. All through the years he's given me copies of these pictures. Well, I have all these gorgeous ones, so I said, 'Tad, I want to do a book with your picture on one side.'"
"Don't try to be young. Just open your mind. Stay interested in stuff. There are so many things I won't live long enough to find out about, but I'm still curious about them. You know people who are already saying, 'I'm going to be 30 - oh, what am I going to do?' Well, use that decade! Use them all!"
"It's your outlook on life that counts. If you take yourself lightly and don't take yourself too seriously, pretty soon you can find the humor in our everyday lives. And sometimes it can be a lifesaver."
"I'm a big cockeyed optimist. I try to accentuate the positive as opposed to the negative."
"Well, I mean, if a joke or humor is bawdy, it's got to be funny enough to warrant it. You can't just have it bawdy or dirty just for the sake of being that - it's got to be funny."