Veteran television actress and singer Ja'Net DuBois is best known for her role on the series Good Times and for writing the theme song for "The Jeffersons. " She began her career working in television, appearing on shows such as "Sanford and Son," "Shaft," "Kojak" and the soap "Love of Life," before landing a part on "Good Times" in 1974. DuBois played witty gossip girl Willona Woods and appeared on 132 episodes of the series. Soon after, DuBois co-write, composed and sang the theme song for "The Jeffersons," which is considered one of the most memorable and recognizable of all-time. DuBois has appeared extensively on television throughout her career, including guest appearances on "Beverly Hills, 90210," "A Different World," "Sister, Sister," "Home Improvement," and "Moesha," and had a recurring role on "The Wayans Bros." as Grandma Ellington. She voiced a character on the TV show "The PJs," for which she won an Emmy Award in 2001, and appeared in the film "Charlie's Angels: Full Throttle" in 2003.