Former NBA stage guard who was simply briefly the top coach from the Denver Nuggets from 2001 to 2002. He was a two-time Big Eight Meeting Player of the entire year at Kansas Condition University. He performed for the San Antonio Spurs, Milwaukee Dollars, Cleveland Cavaliers and Denver Nuggets during his 9-time of year NBA profession. He and his wife Kim elevated three kids: Michael, Rachelle and D’Ambra. He coached Carlos Arroyo during his first year season using the Denver Nuggets.
Full Name Mike Evans
Date Of Birth April 19, 1955
Died December 14, 2006, Twentynine Palms, California, United States
Place Of Birth Texas
Height 1.96 m
Weight 102 kg
Profession Basketball Player
Spouse Ashli Dotson
Children Mackenzie Evans
Parents Heather Kilgore, Mike Evans Jr.
Awards NFL Play of the Year Award
Nominations Pepsi Next Rookie of the Year, Castrol EDGE Clutch Performer of the Year
Movies The House on Skull Mountain, Voyage of the Yes, Now You See Him, Now You Don't, Call Her Mom
TV Shows The Jeffersons, Good Times, The Practice
Star Sign Aries
|1||Survived by his daughters, Carlena and Tammie; his mother Annie Sue; his brother Thomas; his cousin Harold; and his niece Chrystal.|
|2||Studied acting at Los Angeles City College.|
|3||Had been a real estate investor prior to his death. He received his real estate license in 1986.|
|4||Both Evans and his writing partner Eric Monte drifted into entertainment oblivion after the demise of Good Times (1974) in 1979. While Evans stayed afloat for a time, returning to his Lionel Jefferson acting role until 1981, Monte, who also wrote the film Cooley High (1975), subsequently developed a crack addiction and had a series of strokes before being discovered living in an East L.A. homeless shelter in 2006. He is currently recovered and trying to write again and get back into the business.|
|5||As co-creator of Good Times (1974), his job duties increased, forcing him to leave The Jeffersons (1975). He was temporarily replaced by Damon Evans.|
|Good Times||1974-1979||TV Series created by - 133 episodes|
|The Jeffersons||1975-1985||TV Series||Lionel Jefferson|
|The Practice||1976-1977||TV Series||Lenny|
|Rich Man, Poor Man||1976||TV Mini-Series||Arnold Simms|
|Far Out Space Nuts||1975||TV Series|
|All in the Family||1971-1975||TV Series||Lionel Jefferson|
|The Streets of San Francisco||1974||TV Series||Paul Hudson|
|The House on Skull Mountain||1974||Phillippe Wilette|
|Voyage of the Yes||1973||TV Movie||Orlando B. Parker|
|Love, American Style||1972||TV Series||Jerome Wilson (segment "Love and the Perfect Wedding")|
|Now You See Him, Now You Don't||1972||Henry Fathington|
|Call Her Mom||1972||TV Movie||Wilson (as Mike Jonas Evans)|
|Killer by Night||1972||TV Movie||Marley|
|Voyage of the Yes||1973||TV Movie performer: "El Condor Pasa"|
|All in the Family||1972||TV Series performer - 1 episode|
|All-Star Family Feud Special||1981||TV Series||Himself - Celebrity Contestant|
|Family Feud||1980||TV Series||Himself|
|The Richard Pryor Special?||1977||TV Special||Writer|
|Celebrity Bowling||1976||TV Series||Himself|
|Match Game 73||1974||TV Series||Himself - Panelist|
|The Hollywood Squares||1974||TV Series||Himself|
|All-Star Baffle||1974||TV Series||Himself|
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