'Good Times' Star John Amos' Daughter Shannon Displays Her Figure in a One-Piece Swimsuit
Hollywood veteran John Amos' daughter, Shannon, basked in her sexy hour as she flaunted her generous curves in a one-piece while enjoying a tropical view on the island, Isla Mujeres.
John Amos's grown daughter, Shannon, is a star in her own right who never fails to flaunt her style on social media from time to time. One of her recent posts had Shannon showing off her summer glow as she displayed her flawless skin and curves in a green one-piece swimsuit.
The screenwriter sported some tattoos on her arms while showing another ink nesting on her butt. Expertly arching her back, Shannon struck a pose.
She let the cool breeze run through her tight curls as she sat perched on a rock. The Hollywood personality's ethereal photo came complete with the blue ocean view and a caption that read:
"Brown sugar and blue skies are in the forecast."
Shannon is the daughter of the TV legend and Noel Mickelson. Once on her Instagram page, the TV writer narrated her parents' ordeal in the early stage of their marriage.
Fans may recall that in the '80s, Amos had a stint on "The Mary Tyler Moore Show" where he first gained recognition.
She shared that the duo tied the knot when it was illegal in sixteen states for interracial marriages. But they were able to forge through. In his acting career, Amos is acclaimed for his patriarchal role in "Good Times."
However, he faced rocky times on the set of the 1974 series which eventually led to his exit from the show. It happened that Amos and "Good Times" producer Norman Lear had some differences concerning the show.
Years later, the duo would reunite for the Live in Front of A Studio Audience remake of "Good Times." During an interview, Amos made it known that he and Lear reconciled some years back.
He shared that the film producer was the most creative person he ever worked with and added that he felt blessed to have worked with Lear after they reconciled.
Fans may recall that in the '80s, Amos had a stint on "The Mary Tyler Moore Show" where he first gained recognition. On the show, the star actor started as a writer because, according to him, the show's producers did not accept the concept of a writer who also acted.
The 80-year-old on-screen star mentioned that his notion to write and act was rejected because he was a young actor at the time and racial undertones were also involved.
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