1965 | Betty White | She adopted her signature bouffant and made guest appearances on Password, hosted by husband Allen Ludden.

Betty White's Changing Looks

1965 | Betty White | She adopted her signature bouffant and made guest appearances on Password, hosted by husband Allen Ludden.

Betty White - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia. White and husband, Allen Ludden in 1968. Born	Betty Marion White January 17, 1922 (age 92) Oak Park, Illinois, U.S. Other names	Gerrie, Betty White Ludden[1] Education	Horace Mann School Alma mater	Beverly Hills High School Occupation	Actress, comedian, writer Years active	1939–present

Betty White - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia. White and husband, Allen Ludden in 1968. Born Betty Marion White January 17, 1922 (age 92) Oak Park, Illinois, U.S. Other names Gerrie, Betty White Ludden[1] Education Horace Mann School Alma mater Beverly Hills High School Occupation Actress, comedian, writer Years active 1939–present

Betty White SINGS with her husband Allen Ludden

Betty White SINGS with her husband Allen Ludden

Betty White's Reason For Never Remarrying After Her Husband's Death Is Truly Beautiful

Betty White's Reason For Never Remarrying After Her Husband's Death Is Truly Beautiful

When asked if she would ever consider tying the knot again during an interview with Larry King, Betty White said, "Once you've had the best, who needs the rest?

Betty White and husband Allen Ludden in 1974

Marriage Secrets of Famous Couples

Betty White With Her Husband Allen Ludden in the 1960s

The Evolution of Betty White

Betty White, and her husband Allen Ludden. he hosted the game show, "Password".

Betty White, and her husband Allen Ludden. he hosted the game show, "Password".

In the Sixties, Betty White was a fixture on television game shows and as host, with Lorne Greene, of the annual Tournament of Roses Parade. As a celebrity on game shows, she was known for her smart, competitive game play. She appeared on husband Allen Luden’s “Password,” the original “Match Game,” “What’s My Line” and others. She appeared frequently on “The Tonight Show,” eventually guest-hosting for Johnny Carson a few times.

In the Sixties, Betty White was a fixture on television game shows and as host, with Lorne Greene, of the annual Tournament of Roses Parade. As a celebrity on game shows, she was known for her smart, competitive game play. She appeared on husband Allen Luden’s “Password,” the original “Match Game,” “What’s My Line” and others. She appeared frequently on “The Tonight Show,” eventually guest-hosting for Johnny Carson a few times.

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