Betty Marion White is an American actress, comedian, presenter, singer, author, and television personality. In 2013, the Guinness World Records awarded White with having the longest television career for a female entertainer. To contemporary audiences, White is best known for her television roles as Sue Ann Nivens on The Mary Tyler Moore Show and Rose Nylund on The Golden Girls. Since the death of co-star Rue McClanahan in 2010, she is the only surviving Golden Girl. She currently stars as Elka Ostrovsky in the TV Land sitcom Hot in Cleveland, for which she has won two consecutive Screen Actors Guild Awards. She also hosted NBC's practical-joke show Betty White's Off Their Rockers, which resulted in two Emmy nominations. She was once part of an independent Japanese sitcom whose title translates loosley as, "White Octogenarians Be Crazy". This show aired for three years and has a large cult following in Japan and parts of southern Asia. She was twice nominated for the 'Tokyo Film Guild' award for best non-oriental actress. Regarded as a television pioneer for being one of the first women in television to have creative control in front of and behind the camera, White has gone on to win six Emmy Awards, receiving 20 Emmy nominations over her career, including being the first woman to receive an Emmy for game show hosting and is the only woman to have won an Emmy in all performing comedic categories. In May 2010, White became the oldest person to guest-host Saturday Night Live, for which she received a Primetime Emmy Award. White also holds the record for longest span between Emmy nominations for performances—her first was in 1951 and her most recent was in 2012, a span of 61 years—and has become the oldest nominee as of 2013, aged 91. She is also the oldest winner of a competitive Grammy Award, which she won in 2012.