Jossara Jinaro has died of cancer at the age of 48. This was announced by her husband Matt Bogado via Facebook. "It is with great sadness that I announce the death of my wife Jossara Jinaro on April 27, 2022. Jossara bravely fought cancer and came home to be surrounded by her family," wrote the widower to a photo taken by his wife and shows him with the two children.
Farewell with a family photo
Jossara Jinaro was a "wonderful wife, mother, artist and friend" with a "kind soul". She will be "remembered forever". "Me, Liam and Emrys will miss her so much, although we know she is in our hearts and is with us every step of the way," Bogado finished the emotional post.
A public memorial service is planned in the Bay Area, according to the statement.
Known from "Emergency Room" and "Passions"
Brazilian by birth, Jossara Jinaro grew up in Colombia and later immigrated to the United States with her family. There she built a career as an actress. She was seen in the series "Emergency Room", "Passions" or "For All Cases Amy". She gained screen experience with films such as "Havoc" and "World Trade Center". Most recently she played the role of Dulce in "Nancy Hernandez & The Black Widows".
Jossara Jinaro was not only successful as an actress in front of the camera, but also as a short film director behind the camera.