The real-life daughter of actor John Amos of the hit 70s series "Good Times" posted a touching photo on Instagram of herself and her father.
Fans of the 70s hit comedy series "Good Times" will remember John Amos as James Evans, everyone's favorite no-nonsense TV dad.
His real-life daughter, Shannon Amos posted a tribute to her amazing father on Instagram for Father's Day.
"With my favorite guy. so thankful to have my Dad in town. After losing my Mom I appreciate these moments more than ever. Family is so important...make sure you take the time to be present and to enjoy the moment." Shannon Amos
Shannon shared a lovely snap of herself with her famous father and expressed her gratitude for having him in her life, after her recent loss of her mother, Noel Mickelson.
Shannon expressed her love for her family and reminded us all to savor each moment with our loved ones.
Though he has been married twice, John has only two children, Shannon and KC
Shannon followed John Amos' footsteps in the movie business as a producer and worked on Academy Award-winning films like "Blood Diamond" and "Letters from Iwo Jima" as well as box office hits like "Harry Potter" and "The Bucket List".
But Shannon isn't the only Amos kid to have taken up the cinema as a vocation. Her brother KC Amos is an actor and director known for his work in "Syphon Gun", "Hauntsville," "Tamales and Gumbo, " and "The Watermelon Heist."
Though he has been married twice, John has only two children, Shannon and KC - born Kelly Christopher.
John shares Shannon and KC with his first wife, Noel J. Mickelson, who was a famous artist and equestrienne.
John was later married to famous actress Lillian Lehman, but the marriage lasted only one year, and the couple had no children together.
Those who think that veteran actor John Amos has done little else but acting in his life would be mistaken.
Amos may have become famous as an actor, but first, he was a pro sportsman, with a promising career in boxing and football.
He played for the Denver Broncos, but a sports injury curtailed his career and in 1967 he turned his focus on acting. In 1970 he won his first major TV role, and his path was set for success.