July 20, 2020
TV legend John Amos's grown daughter, Shannon, presented a picturesque image of herself in a new video on social media. Shannon looked radiant as she passed across a thoughtful message.
80s star John Amos' daughter, Shannon Amos flaunted her glow in a clip she shared on Instagram. Shannon had a strong message of wellness for fans. However, it was her captivating video that showed her looking ethereal on the sunset that caught the attention of followers.
SHANNON'S UNIQUE GLOW
The short clip looked like it was shot in a tropical location as Shannon stood poised in an elephant grass field. She sported a mustard-yellow floral dress while she wore her lengthy braids in a low ponytail. Shannon's surreal video came with a soothing message:
"In transporting the breath, the inhalation must be full. When it is full, it has a big capacity. When it is extended, it can penetrate downward…"
The video showed Shannon, a wellness expert, gently prodding through the fields before the focus shifted to reveal a beautiful image of the sea during sunset. Shannon's message was well-received by her followers, who shared their heartwarming thoughts in the comments.
JOHN AMOS ON "GOOD TIMES."
Shannon found fame working behind the camera as a creative executive and producer, among many other talents. However, her star dad, John, is known for his memorable roles on TV. Most significant of all is his role as James Evans, the fictional patriarch on "Good Times."
This time, John did not reprise his role as James Evans.
John reprised his role in the CBS-aired series, "Good Times" for three seasons before he was removed from the show during its summer break. Once in an interview, John shared that his role ended because of some differences he had with the show's producers.
AMOS' RETURN TO THE SHOW
Years after John, who acted in "Roots," stopped appearing on "Good Times," he was called to feature in the 2019 "Live in the Front of a Studio Audience." This time, John did not reprise his role as James Evans. He played the character of Fred Davis, a Chicago politician.
New stars like Viola Davis, Tiffany Haddish, Asante Blackk, and Corrine Fox were brought in the live show. John wasn't the only original cast as Bernadette Stanis, Ja'net Dubois and Jimmie Walker also took part.
Once speaking about his reunion with "Good Times" producer Norman Lear, John shared that it was a "blessing" to be able to work with Lear again.