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American actor

John Amos is ...

Alive
Born 27 Dec 1939 in Newark
Age81 years, 11 months
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John Amos
John Amos
March 10, 2011 - Their Voices, Their Stories African-American Veterans Who Served on Iwo Jima. Archivist of the United States David S. Ferriero and Actor/Producer John Amos. credit: Catherine Farmer, National Archives

About John Amos

John Amos born on 27 December 1939 in Newark. He is a citizen of United States of America. He represents United States of America for sport. John Amos was educated at Long Beach City College, Colorado State University and East Orange High School.

He is an American actor.

John Amos has had one spouse: Lillian Lehman.

John Amos has worked as a television actor, film actor and stage actor. He played for Colorado State Rams.

He is also known as John Allen Amos Jr..

Television

John Amos has worked on the following shows:

King of the Hill
animated television series
1997
The A-Team
1980s American television series
1983
The Cosby Show
American television situation comedy
1984
The Fresh Prince of Bel-Air
television series
1990
Walker, Texas Ranger
American TV series
1993
Beauty and the Beast
American drama series
1987
Roots
1977 miniseries
1977
My Name Is Earl
TV series
2005
Murder, She Wrote
American television series
1984
The Mary Tyler Moore Show
television series
1970
The Tonight Show Starring Johnny Carson
Psych
American detective comedy-drama television series
2006
American Masters
American television series
Lie to Me
television series
2009
Touched by an Angel
American drama television series (1994–2003)
1994
Good Times
American television sitcom
1974
Royal Pains
television series
2009
Sanford and Son
Men in Trees
television series
Martin
US American sitcom (1992-1997)
Hunter
1984–1991 American police drama television series
1984
Live in Front of a Studio Audience: Norman Lear's All in the Family and The Jeffersons
live performance of ''All in the Family'' and ''The Jeffersons''
Maude
television series
1972
The Love Boat
American comedy drama television series
1977
The Bill Cosby Show
television series
1969
NYC 22
American television series
2012
The Outer Limits
television series originally broadcast from 1995 to 2002
1995
Stingray
television program
1986
Trapper John, M.D.
television series
1979
In the House
television series
The District
Television series (2000-2004)
2000
Police Story
Hardcastle and McCormick
Love, American Style
television series
1969
The New Dick Van Dyke Show
1971