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American actress
Born: January 17, 1922, Oak Park, Illinois, United States
Died: December 31, 2021, California, United States
Education: Beverly Hills High School

Spouse: Allen Ludden (m. 1963–1981), Lane Allen (m. 1947–1949), Dick Barker (m. 1945–1945)
Parents: Tess Curtis White, Horace Logan White
Birthday: January 17, 1922
Age: 99 Years, 99 Year Old Females

Sun Sign: Capricorn
Also Known As: Betty Marion White Ludden
Born Country: United States
Born In: Oak Park, Illinois, United States

Famous As: Actress, Comedian
Height: 5’4″ (163 cm), 5’4″ Females
Spouse/Ex-: Allen Ludden (M. 1963–1981), Dick Barker (M. 1945–1945), Lane Allen (M. 1947–1949)
Father: Horace Logan White

Mother: Tess Curtis White
Ancestry: Danish Americans, Canadian Americans, Greek Americans, British Americans
U.S. State: Illinois
City: Oak Park, Illinois

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White was a Christian. She attended the Unity Church.

While volunteering with the American Women’s Voluntary Services, White met her first husband Dick Barker, a United States Army Air Forces aircraft pilot.

After the war, the couple married and moved to Belle Center, Ohio, where Barker owned a chicken farm; he wanted to embrace a simpler life, but White did not enjoy this. They returned to Los Angeles as their marriage worsened, but still divorced within a year.

In 1947, she married Lane Allen, a Hollywood talent agent.

On June 14, 1963, White married television host and personality Allen Ludden, whom she had met on his game show Password as a celebrity guest in 1961, and her legal name was changed to Betty White Ludden.

He proposed to White at least twice before she accepted. The couple appeared together in an episode of The Odd Couple featuring Felix’s and Oscar’s appearance on Password.

Among the couple’s high-profile friendships was writer John Steinbeck. In her 2011 book If You Ask Me (And of Course You Won’t), White writes about her friendship with the author. Ludden had attended the same school as Steinbeck’s wife Elaine Anderson Steinbeck.

The couples became close friends, and Steinbeck gave an early draft of his Nobel Prize acceptance speech to Ludden for his birthday.

Allen Ludden died from stomach cancer on June 9, 1981, in Los Angeles. While they had no children together, she was a stepmother to three of his children from his first marriage to Margaret McGloin Ludden, who died of cancer in 1961.

White decided not to remarry after Ludden’s death. In an interview with Larry King, when asked whether she would remarry, she replied by saying “Once you’ve had the best, who needs the rest?”

When asked by James Lipton on Inside The Actor’s Studio that should Heaven exist, what would she like God to say to her when she walked through the Pearly gates, White replied: “Hello Betty. Here’s Allen.”