May he rest in peace!!

Former Jeffersons actor dies
Actor Mike Evans, who played Lionel Jefferson in the television comedy series All in the Family and The Jeffersons, has died. He was 57.
Evans died of throat cancer Dec. 14 at his mother’s home in California, according to his niece, Chrystal Evans.
Evans also co-created and helped write Good Times, one of the first TV comedy series to feature a primarily black cast.
Born in Salisbury, N.C., Evans and his family moved to Los Angeles when he was a child. After studying acting at Los Angeles City College, he landed the role of Lionel in the 1970s sitcom All in the Family.
Evans kept the role when The Jeffersons ó an All in the Family spinoff ó launched in 1975. The hit series centred on Archie’s black neighbours from Queens, now living in a luxury apartment on the Upper East Side of Manhattan.
Evans’s Lionel was the college-student son of Louise and George Jefferson, the wealthy owner of a chain of dry-cleaning stores.
When Evans left the show to work on Good Times, he was replaced by Damon Evans (no relation). Following a four-year absence, Mike Evans returned to The Jeffersons from 1979 to 1981.
Evans also appeared in the 1976 TV miniseries Rich Man, Poor Man, as well as in the TV series Love, American Style and The Streets of San Francisco.
His last role was in a 2000 episode of Walker, Texas Ranger.