ER actress Jossara Jinaro died aged 48 on April 27 after battling cancer. The Judging Amy star’s husband Matt Bogado announced the devastating news in a Facebook post, alongside a photograph of their young family.
The image featured the couple’s family-of-four, showing their two children smiling together in an autumnal snap.
He penned: “With great sorrow, I announce the passing of my wife, Jossara Jinaro on this date, April 27, 2022.
“Jossara bravely fought cancer and got here home to be surrounded by family.
“Jossara was an incredible wife, mother, artist, and friend. She had essentially the most beautiful, kind soul and would not take no for a solution.”
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The heartbroken widower added of the ultimate days before her death: “Even in her last moments, she was still fighting.
“She is now resting in peace and will likely be remembered ceaselessly.”
He concluded: “Myself, Liam, and Emrys will miss her so deeply, although we all know she is in our hearts and guiding us every step of the way in which.
“A public memorial service will likely be held within the Bay Area. More details will come soon.”
Jossara grew up in Columbia before moving to the US together with her family.
She began her acting profession on the tender age of 16, landing roles in ER and Judging Amy.
Jossara branched out into writing and directing before starring in movies.
She starred in movies including Devil’s Rejects, a Rob Zombie film, 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 movie Go For It!.
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Family and friends paid tribute to Jossara following the sad news of her death.
The actress’ cousin commented on Facebook: “My beautiful brave cousin.
“She is an inspiration in resilience , strength, and bravado.
“Sending you and the boys love and lightweight and remembering my prima with love.”
A friend added: “Jossara was one among the primary people I worked with after I got within the business.
“She was so wonderful and sort.
“I’m proud to call her my friend. God bless her and your loved ones.”
Fan Georgejansen commented on Jossara’s final Instagram post, shared in 2021 in view of her 51,000 followers: “With the wings of God, fly young lady… Fly.”
Burtonperez also wrote: “Fly with the angels.”