|Age||Late 60s to early 70s|
|Family||Michael Coleman - Former Husband (Deceased)|
Michael Coleman Jr. - Son (Deceased)
Emily Coleman - Daughter (Deceased)
|First Appearance||"When the Dead Come Knocking" (Photograph)|
|Last Appearance||"The Suicide King"|
|Death Episode||"The Suicide King" (Assumed)|
|Cause of Death||Unknown|
|Betty Coleman (TV Series) Gallery|
Debi Hett-Kimsey Gallery
Her name is mentioned by Milton Mamet as a part of an experiment to see if Michael Coleman would remember his previous life after he died and reanimated.
Betty is seen at the arena demanding the death for the Dixon brothers after Woodbury is infiltrated.
Betty is seen at the arena demanding for the death of the Dixon brothers after Woodbury was infiltrated. She flees the arena when Rick and Maggie shoot out the lights. The next morning, Betty and the other townspeople tries to leave Woodbury but are unable to do so. She then witnesses Richard Foster be attacked and killed in the street. Later, she listens to Andrea's speech.
Following the failed prison assault in "Welcome to the Tombs", Betty's fate is unclear. It is possible she was among the townspeople murdered by The Governor out on the road as she was not seen being brought to the prison with the remaining Woodbury townspeople, nor was she spotted residing at the prison in Season 4. It is also possible that Betty was among the Woodbury soldiers who retreated into the woods, but as all Woodbury citizens are considered dead, it is likely she is not alive.
This list shows the victims Betty has killed:
- Possibly a few zombies.
- Betty Coleman was never credited, but Woodbury extra Debi Hett-Kimsey confirmed on her Facebook that she portrayed Betty Coleman in the photograph.
- According to Debi Hett-Kimsey, she is not entirely sure of Betty's fate, as many of the Woodbury survivors simply vanished from the show. She was not included in the finale of Season 3. In spite of this, it would be assumed that Betty was included in the Woodbury Army and is presumed to have died in the massacre.