Betty White is a 97-year-old American actress. She is best-known for her role as Rose in the popular TV show The Golden Girls. White debuted in 1939, which means she has been an entertainer for 80 years. White has the longest television career in history, too. Throughout her career, White has been a pioneer. In 1955, she received the honorary “Mayor of Hollywood” title for being the first woman to produce a sitcom.
Ray Hong Staff Reporter
1. Why did Betty White receive the honorary "Mayor of Hollywood" title?
1. If you were White who received the honorary "Mayor of Hollywood" title, how would you have felt?