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Interview: Betty White - She Receives Lifetime Achievement Award at the SAG Awards Tonight
Interview with Betty White - recipient of the 2010 Screen Actors Guild Lifetime Achievement Award from Thomas Attila Lewis on Vimeo.
At the 16th Annual Screen Actors Guild Awards rehearsals on January 22nd, 2010, we had the chance to speak with TV legend Betty White, recipient of this year's Lifetime Achievement Award. Betty also turned 88 on the 17th so she was treated to a cake by the SAG awards production crew.Betty White is the epitome of the sweet and savvy grandma everyone wishes they had - it was an amazing experience to speak with her.
The 16th Annual SAG Awards are at 8pm tonight, on TNT and TBS, but you can watch the red carpet coverage starting at 3pm on E! If you get the East Coast feed on DirecTV or get HD programming you can watch the SAGs starting at 5pm, but if you don't you'll have to wait until the 8pm broadcast on vanilla cable.
We will be reporting live from the red carpet and the event itself on Twitter @TheTVJunkie with some help at @LAist and look for video content and photos here on LAist throughout the weekend.
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