Betty White – Special Tribute During “Paley Honors Women in Television”


Evening to Feature Special Tribute to the Legendary Betty White

The Most Influential Personalities in Television and Entertainment will Gather in Celebration, including Presenters and Participants:  Kristin Chenoweth, Nadia Comaneci, Allison Janney, Debra Messing, Rita Moreno, Wanda Sykes, and Lynn Whitfield.  For information how to purchase tables, tickets, and ads go to

This historic celebration will showcase television’s powerful influence in shaping our culture and will be the first of its kind
to celebrate eight decades of groundbreaking accomplishments of women across a variety of genres including drama, comedy,
music, variety, news, talk, and sports.

The evening includes a tribute to Betty White, featuring a look at her incomparable career on television as an actress, entertainer, and producer. This event benefits the Paley Center’s programs and its ongoing efforts to expand and preserve the Paley Archive, which includes the Women’s Collection. Featuring over 160,000 programs, the Paley Archive is the nation’s largest publicly accessible archive of television and radio programs from over seventy countries, spanning almost one hundred years.

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Other Guests of the Evening Include:
Pamela Adlon, Shiri Appleby, Mädchen Amick, Julie Bowen, Ilene Chaiken, Tyne Daly, Dana Delany, Catherine Dent, Kim Dickens, Lisa Edelstein, Michelle Forbes, Emma Frost, Sharon Gless, Misha Green, Diane Guerrero, Marilu Henner, Aphrodite Jones, Linda Lavin, Zoe Lister-Jones, Susan Lucci, Wendi McLendon-Covey, Niecy Nash, Wendy Raquel Robinson, Erica Tazel, Robin Tunney, and Lindsay Wagner.

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