Brazilian actress Jossara Jinaro died of cancer at the age of 48, and her husband, Matt Bogado, has announced on his Facebook page. According to the statement, the actress died last Wednesday, April 27, 2022. The news has caused great commotion in the world of cinema.
This April 27, the actress and filmmaker of Brazilian origin Jossara Jinaro passed away, as confirmed by her husband Matt Bogado on his Facebook profile. “It is with great sadness that I announce the passing of my wife Jossara Jinaro,” writes Bogado. “Jossara bravely battled cancer and she returned home to be surrounded by her family.
Jossara was an amazing wife, mother, artist, and friend. She had a beautiful and kind soul and she never took no for an answer. Even in her last moments, she was still fighting. She now rests in peace and she will be remembered forever. Liam, Emrys, and I will miss her very much, although we know that she is in our hearts and she guides us at all times.”
Jinaro was born in Rio de Janeiro and grew up in Colombia before moving to the US, where much of her career would take place between Chicago and Los Angeles. The first role of some success was obtained in the framework of the sitcom Viva Vegas, being in the television field where he would play more collaborations. She had recurring roles on Judge Amy for CBS, ER for NBC, and Doctors of Philadelphia for Lifetime. At the same time, he would direct a few short films and would have an active presence in the Screen Actors Guild, a body of great influence in Hollywood. But her appearances would not be limited to television, appearing in several feature films in the early 2000s.
This is how we could see Jinaro in Rob Zombie’s The Devil’s Rejects, Oliver Stone’s World Trade Center, or Chaos (Havoc), starring Anne Hathaway. In recent years Jinaro could be seen in the television adaptation of Animal Kingdom or in the series I Am the (…).