January 11, 2022
Actress Betty White died of a stroke she had six days before her death on Dec. 31 at her home in Los Angeles, the Associated Press reported, citing her death certificate. She was 99 years old.
A Los Angeles County obituary states that White had a “cerebrovascular accident,” a medical term for stroke, on Dec. 25. White’s doctor cited the cause, which is typical in these cases, according to the AP.
The data from the death certificate were first published by TMZ.
White’s remains were cremated and handed over to Glenn Kaplan, the man in charge of her advanced health directive, according to the AP. She died about three weeks before her 100th birthday on January 17th.
She had big plans to celebrate the milestone, including the upcoming “100 Years Young,” an almost two-hour film about her with the cameos of White’s famous friends including Ryan Reynolds, Tina Fey, Robert Redford, Lin-Manuel Miranda, Clint Eastwood, Jimmy Kimmel and others, reported is the Associated Press.
White has been in show business for decades and has starred in “Golden Girls” and “The Mary Tyler Moore Show”.