Would you like to live a long and happy life?

Who better to ask for advice than Betty White, she's experienced a huge resurgence in her career since her Snicker's commercial during the Super Bowl and this week is hitting the late night talk shows to promote the premiere of her show on TV Land "Hot In Cleveland."

Just after graduating from high school in 1939, White made her first television appearance singing songs from "The Merry Widow" with a friend on an experimental television station in Los Angeles.

She worked in radio and TV and even hosted "The Betty White Show" on both. Her feature film debut was in the 1962 drama "Advise and Consent."

In 1973, White made a guest appearance on "The Mary Tyler Moore Show," which led to her role as Sue Ann Nivens. Her second signature role was as Rose Nyland on "The Golden Girls."

After her 2010 Snicker's commercial, a Facebook campaign led to her hosting "Saturday Night Live." She became the oldest person ever to host the show.

So now at the age of 89, you could say Betty White knows a thing or two about how to live a long and happy life.

White will appear on "Late Night with Jimmy Fallon" tonight and last night she helped out David Letterman with his Top Ten List, "Betty White Tips To Living A Long And Happy Life."

Check out the video replay below.

 
Betty White\'s Top Ten List (CBS)