White has played iconic roles like man-hungry Sue Ann Nives on "The Mary Tyler Moore Show" and naive Rose on "Golden Girls." If White had to choose, she said she is more like Sue Ann Nivens than Rose in real life.
RELATED: Betty White turns 94: See the beloved star talk 'Golden Girls' on TODAY in 1987 A star of television and movies for 75 years, White has been married three times, losing her most recent husband, game show host Allen Ludden, to cancer in 1981.
'She put a hex on me,' my date told me, straight-faced, staring into my eyes gravely.
'If I was within a few miles of her, I would feel like I was having a heart attack.'I pursed my lips and squinted my eyes, trying to decide if he was making an elaborate joke or if I was secretly being filmed.
The men don't know it." RELATED: Super Bowl 50: Betty White dabs, says she taught Cam Newton 'everything he knows' She believes there is one element necessary for a successful relationship, be it on a personal or professional level. "I think that you don't say the hurtful thing even if you're irritated or upset, because that sticks around, or that just chips off a little of the other guy's self-esteem." White has also seen the role of women in the industry evolve dramatically from when her career first began in the late 1940s. "It was a privilege to be allowed to work at that time.
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