Remembering Betty White

Betty White, star of classic sitcoms, a perennial presence on TV, and a golden girl died Friday, December 31 at the young age of 99.

CBS News Correspondent Mo Rocca looks back on the life of the Emmy-winner, and talks with "Mary Tyler Moore Show" creator James L. Brooks, and White's costar on "Hot in Cleveland," Wendie Malick.

Ms. White was not slowing down. Five-time Emmy-winning actress Betty White, the star of such classic series as "The Mary Tyler Moore Show" and "The Golden Girls," has died at the age of 99, it was announced on Friday, December 31, 2021. In this "Sunday Morning" profile that originally aired on May 8, 2011, White talked with correspondent Katie Couric about not slowing down, as evidenced by her latest hit sitcom, "Hot in Cleveland." She also opened up about animals, children, and her attitude regarding death.

A documentary intended to celebrate Betty White's 100th birthday is still coming soon to theaters, even though the beloved actor died at age 99 on New Year's Eve.…

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The actresses, who met on the set of 'The Carol Burnett Show' and went on to co-star in 'Mama's Family,' remained close until White's death: "I always said when I was younger, I hope I grow up to be just like Betty White, and as I get older, I wonder, who the hell can keep up with Betty?"…

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