'Good Times' Star John Amos' Daughter Shows Her Legs in Kimono Walking on Beach with Seagulls
"Good Times" star John Amos' daughter Shannon Amos made fans drool as she put on a leggy display in a kimono and bikini piece ensemble while walking the beach and bonding with the seagulls.
John Amos' grown-up daughter Shannon Amos is having a splendid time aligning with nature and, in a recent Instagram upload, let fans in on the blissful moment during a walk on the beach. Yesterday, she shared a TikTok clip on the timeline.
Shannon began the video by showing her stunning natural sun-kissed face before adjusting the camera to display the breathtaking scenery. She then turned around to introduce her seagull friends who followed her everywhere.
The video switched to another scene. This time, Shannon was seen walking at the shoreline with the seagulls following closely behind her. She put on a leggy display in a black one-piece swimsuit.
[John Amos] was let go in 1976 [from the "Good Times"] because of a clash with the producers.
She wore a sheer printed kimono on the piece and had her dreads packed into a messy ponytail, letting her toned legs take all the attention. In the accompanying caption, Shannon wrote:
"I've noticed that the more we are in alignment with our true nature, the more nature is drawn to us. When we shot this, my friend teased me and jokingly called me the bird whisperer."
Shannon explained that having the birds close to her made her look up the meaning of seagulls, denoting taking a step back and looking at things from a different perspective. She concluded, urging her followers to look within for solutions.
Like her father, Shannon is in the entertainment industry but as a producer. After getting exposure on the set of "Good Times," John encouraged her to focus on the business side of Hollywood.
Her career started as an intern to Spike Lee, but her big break didn't come until after college when she got a stint as a production assistant on MTV hip-hop show "Yo! MTV Raps." Currently, Shannon owns her company.
In 2009, she launched Afterglow Multimedia, a talent management and production company. Some of her clients include ESPN, BET, Turner Originals, TVOne, and All Def Music. She lives in Los Angeles with her daughter and her partner.
Her father, John, was famous for his role as James Evans Sr. on the CBS series which ran from 1974 to 1979. Unfortunately, he was let go in 1976 because of a clash with the producers. Speaking about it in an interview, he said:
"Some of the attitudes they had written, as per my character and, frankly, for some of the other characters as well, caused me to say, 'Uh uh, we can't do this..."
However, he got a chance to be a part of the series with a cameo appearance during a Live in Front of a Studio Audience 2019 recreation. He starred as Alderman Fred C. Davis, which was initially played by Albert Reed, Jr.