Famous actress and broadcaster Betty White, who is 99 years old, is still cheerful, beautiful and full of life.
She, undeniably, is considered to be one of the most famous and beloved actress of all time.
The actress was born in Illinois, and soon moved with her family to Los Angeles.
Her start was in the Los Angeles television station in 1950 with the show named “Life With Elizabeth.” Then followed another show named “The Mary Tyler Show”, but it was “The Golden Girls” that made Betty well-known. The show lasted on the air a very long time, it was about the lives of elderly four female friends. This show won an Emmy Award.
Though her hard work over many years, Betty’s career took off in 2010. Then she appeared as a host in a Facebook launched program, Saturday Night Live. She honestly expressed her opinion about that job: she had to keep acting in order to continue help animals. She found her charity work more effective and important rather than acting.It is not a secret that animals are Betty’s biggest passion.
Almost half of her life, she has successfully worked with the Foundation of Morris Animal and the Zoo at Los Angeles. She considered herself the happiest old actress and broadcaster alive, who was working 40 years with animals and the rest of her half in her beloved profession.
Betty’s treatment towards people is always with respect and dignity, but her relationship and unique love to animal world is something.
Betty inherited her great love to animals from her parents. Once, she told about their isolation from humanity in a camp for three weeks. She was a child that time, and they didn’t see any man during that time: only wild nature, and that’s all.
Truly, Betty will be remembered as a person with enormous great heart, as a big actress and beloved comedian, but she probably wants people to remember her as one who gave her heart to animals.
In the below video, Betty is sitting close to a big brown bear at her beloved Zoo. She feeds the bear marshmallows directly from her hand, she is chatting time to time petting the bear and giving him hugs and kisses.
What a fantastic woman!
Please, watch the below video and learn more about Betty White.