Jossara Jinaro, ‘ER’ and ‘Judging Amy’ actress, lifeless at 48

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Jossara Jinaro, a veteran tv actress, filmmaker, producer and SAG activist, died of most cancers April 27, in keeping with a submit on her Fb web page by her husband, Matt Bogado.

“With great sorrow, I announce the passing of my wife, Jossara Jinaro on this date, April 27, 2022,” Bogado wrote. “Jossara bravely fought cancer and came home to be surrounded by family. Jossara was an amazing wife, mother, artist, and friend. She had the most beautiful, kind soul and wouldn’t take no for an answer. Even in her last moments, she was still fighting. She is now resting in peace and will be remembered forever. Myself, Liam, and Emrys will miss her so deeply, although we know she is in our hearts and guiding us every step of the way.”

Bogado added {that a} public memorial service will probably be held within the Bay Space sooner or later.

Actress Jossara Jinaro is survived by her husband and two children.

Actress Jossara Jinaro is survived by her husband and two youngsters.
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Jinaro had an extended Hollyood profession, showing in varied drama collection, together with “ER” (NBC, 1994-2009), “Judging Amy” (CBS, 1999-2005) and “Strong Medicine” (Lifetime, 1999-2005).

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Born in Rio de Janeiro, Brazil, she grew up in Colombia because the adopted daughter of a diplomat. When her stepfather was held hostage by guerillas, the household moved to the U.S.

Leaving house at age 16, she moved to Chicago and shortly signed together with her first agent, who received her concerned in stage work. Her highly effective presence led one other agent to counsel a transfer to Los Angeles, the place she quickly went to work with Columbia Tri-Star to play Virginia Bustos within the Alma-nominated sitcom “Viva Vegas.”

Jossara Jinaro had a decades-long career in Hollywood.

Jossara Jinaro had a decades-long profession in Hollywood.
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She made her tv debut on “Judging Amy” as Cheech Marin’s daughter, then segued to “ER.”

Her position on “Passions” was nominated for a 2006 GLAAD award. She went again to Colombia in 2009 to work on the Novela “La Bella Ceci y El Imprudente,” then returned to Hollywood for the collection “East Los High.”

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Jinaro started producing her personal quick movies, increasing right into a characteristic that was accepted into Panavision’s new filmmaker’s program. She’s made the movie competition rounds with “Desert Road Kill,” which garnered her a Finest Supporting Actress award.

Jossara Jinaro made her mark in both film and television over the years.

Jossara Jinaro made her mark in each movie and tv through the years.
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Her movie resume included “Devil’s Rejects,” a Rob Zombie movie, “Havoc” with Anne Hathaway, “TenTricks” with Leah Thompson, “Fly Boys” with Stephen Baldwin, Oliver Stone’s “World Trade Center” with Maggie Gyllenhaal and Michael Pena and Lionsgate’s hip-hop film “Go For It!”

Survivors embrace her husband and two youngsters.

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