‘Good Times’ star Ja’net DuBois dies at 74

Actress Ja'net DuBois reportedly dead at 74

Ja’net DuBois, who played feisty neighbor Willona Woods on the 1970s television series “Good Times,” was found dead in her home Tuesday morning, according to a report. She was 74.

The actress’ family told TMZ that DuBois died in her sleep at her Glendale, California, home.

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Police in Glendale said they received a report about the DuBois’ death, Fox News reported. She appeared to have died of natural causes and no investigation is ongoing, police Sgt. Dan Stubbs said.

DuBois played the Evans family’s neighbor on “Good Times,” and also sang the theme song to 1970s sitcom “The Jeffersons,” according to The Hollywood Reporter. DuBois composed and sang “Movin’ On Up” for the show.

DuBois won two Emmys Awards for her voice-over work on “The PJs.” She also appeared in movies including “I’m Gonna Git You Sucka,” “Charlie’s Angels: Full Throttle” and “Tropic Thunder,” according to The Hollywood Reporter.

DuBois also worked on Broadway, performing in productions including “Golden Boy” and “A Raisin in the Sun.”

TV Land, which has aired reruns of “Good Times,” tweeted a tribute to the actress, writing that DuBois “would be missed.”