Betty White has sadly passed away just weeks before she was able to celebrate her 100th birthday.
Considered to be one of Hollywood's most beloved icons, she had many years in the business as she started her career back in the thirties on the radio.
Here's a look at the Golden Girls star through the years, as she's fondly remembered.
At the age of 27, Betty scored her first TV role as Girl Friday at KLAC, a local Los Angeles station.
She caught the attention of DJ Al Jarvis, who was launching Hollywood on Television and needed an assistant.
She became indispensable after that but was only paid $50.
"I had no way of knowing that my lifelong love affair with television had just begun," she wrote in her 1995 memoir, Here We Go Again: My Life in Television.