Jossara Jinaro A Veteran Television Actress Passed Away At The Age Of 48

Jossara Jinaro is a veteran television actress, producer, and director who died at the age of 48. On April 27, the SAG activist died of cancer. Her husband, Matt Bogado, posted the news of her death on her Facebook page.

The post stated:

“It is with great sadness that I announce the death of my wife, Jossara Jinaro, on this day, April 27, 2022.” Jossara battled illness valiantly and returned home to be surrounded by family.”

 

Her spouse went on to say,

“Jossara was a wonderful wife, mother, artist, and friend.” She has a wonderful, compassionate spirit and would not accept no for an answer. Even in her last moments, she was battling. She is finally at peace and will be remembered for the rest of her life. Myself, Liam, and Emrys will miss her terribly, but we know she is with us in spirit, helping us every step of the journey.”

Jossara Jinaro

A public memorial ceremony will be conducted in the Bay Area, according to Matt Bogado. Information about the subject has not yet been made public. Jinaro was well known for her Hollywood career. She appeared in a number of notable television shows, including ER, Judging Amy, and Strong Medicine.

Everything you need to know about Jossara Jinaro.

On May 25, 1973, in Rio de Janeiro, Brazil, the television personality was born. She was captivated by movies and dance at an early age and chose to pursue a career in both. Her family allegedly relocated to the United States when her Columbian diplomat stepfather was kidnapped by the guerrillas. Jinaro went to Chicago at the age of 16 and promptly signed with an agency. She rose to prominence after participating in the Telemundo series Viva Vegas!

Jossara Jinaro

She went on to portray Courtney Messina on Judging Amy after appearing in the episode. She appears in three episodes of the program. She then appeared in ER, Without a Trace, The Young and the Restless, and The Closer, among other shows. She also starred in twelve episodes of Passions, for which she was nominated for a GLAAD award in 2006.

Jinaro hasn’t featured in many films. She played Maria in The Devil’s Rejects and appeared in films such as World Trade Center, Fly Boys, Havoc, and Ten Tricks. Despite her on-screen appearances in a variety of films, the actress said in a 2011 interview with The General Hospital Wub Tub that theatre was her “primary channel for acting.” She continued, saying:

“I do everything in my power to return to it in between projects…there is nothing like sharing a tale with someone right in front of you.” You can hear their sniffling, laughing, and breathing, as well as feel their tears. Going from a passionate community lawyer to a heartbroken girl hoping for love to a naïve young lady looking for answers in one night is like seeing life through three distinct sets of eyes. It’s lovely.”

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