Johnny Brown, Actor Of 'Good Times,' Has Died At 84
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Johnny Brown, Actor Of ‘Good Times,’ Has Died At 84

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In an Instagram post from his daughter, Sharon Brown, Johnny Brown, who played Nathan Bookman in the 1970s sitcom “Good Times,” has died.

He was 84 years old when he died on March 2, his daughter said.
There is something terribly wrong with this. It can’t happen. It’s shocking. He was literally snatched away from us. “It’s not for us yet,” Sharon Brown, an actress, and composer wrote Friday. “There is more to say, but not now.” He was the best. We loved him dearly.”
“Good Times” centered on the Evans family, led by Florida (Esther Rolle) in a Chicago housing project. It also featured Jimmie Walker, famous for the “Dynomite!” phrase, and a young Janet Jackson.

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Who was Johnny Brown?
Upon hearing this news of Johnny Brown’s Death, his family was in mourning and their situation was very difficult. Johnny Brown’s daughter also confirmed the news on social media. She says he and she spent good times together. Those moments are enjoyable and memorable for me as well as for him. We cannot disregard the fact. Johnny’s daughter, Broadway actress Sharon Catherine Brown, shared the news on Instagram.

Johnny Brown Cause of Death

We respectfully ask for privacy because we need time to process this unimaginable loss. This is my mom’s husband for sixty-one years, mine and JJ’s dad, Elijah and Levi’s Pop-Pop, George’s brother and Pat’s brother-in-law, and extended family to Chris, Hihat, Damian, and Derrell.

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