Jossara Jinaro, a veteran television actress, filmmaker, producer and SAG activist, died of cancer on April 27, her family confirmed. She was a member of the Screen Actor’s Guild and served on the EEOC and Latino subcommittees. According to her husband’s statement on the Facebook page, she was not only an actress and a television artist, but also a mother and a friend. Jossara Jinaro’s husband broke the news of her death, admitting that she died on April 27, 2022 as she faced cancer and was surrounded by family as she breathed her last.
Jossara Jinaro received the honor from the Latin American media and was honored as the strong, smart and sexy ultimate woman. She grew up in Rio de Janeiro, Brazil and after her mother remarried to a Colombian diplomat, the family moved to Colombia. Since childhood, Jossara was very fascinated by movies and TV shows.
One of her favorites was “Gilda” because she was greatly admired by the personality Rita Hayworth as the nightclub dance lady. Jossara got into dancing after being drawn to samba and salsa. That is why she started dancing at the age of 5 and at the age of 8 she started performing on stage and took her role in the stage show.
Jossara’s stepfather was held hostage by the guerrillas and shortly after his release the family moved to the United States for security reasons. Jossara was unfamiliar with the English language as a child, but she learned the language at the age of 15. She later made the decision to leave home at the age of 16 to pursue her dream of becoming an artist. Jossara Jinaro landed her first professional assignment, a singing and dancing gig at the Old Indiana Fun Park. She soon landed in the BFA musical theater program.
Jossara Jinaro career
Soon Jossara Jinaro was recognized as an aspiring actress. She got in touch with an agent in Chicago who helped her get professional roles in the movies and TV shows. Jossara left Chicago and joined the American Conservatory Theater where she was recognized by an agent and asked to come to Los Angeles.
Coming to Los Angeles, she was soon tapped by the Columbia Tri-Star to play the beautiful and fun Virginia Bustos and to appear on the sitcom Viva Vegas. Since then she has competed for many roles and has been fortunate enough to play, stay strong and have many roles for Latinas. She also worked for Judging Amy as the smart and activist daughter of Cheech Marin on the drama series.
She was attracted to many artists in the entertainment industry, including Emmy-winning director and producer Christopher Chulack, who helped her land a role in one of his emergency rooms. One of her roles in the drama series Passions, playing the character Rae, earned her a GLAAD Award nomination in 2006.
She appeared at film festivals for her film Desert Road Kill, which helped her win the Best Supporting Actress award. Despite this, she has worked in many other films including Havoc, Devil’s Rejects, TenTricks, Fly Boys, World Trade Center and Go For It! She also tried her hand at film production.
Jossara Jinaro biography
|Real name||Yosara Jinaro|
|Date of birth||May 25, 1973|
|Died||April 27, 2022|
|Age (as of 2022)||48 years|
|Place of birth||Rio de Janeiro, Rio de Janeiro State, Brazil|
|Height||in feet inches – 5′ 7” – in centimeters – 170 cm|
|Weight||in kilograms – 60kg – in pounds – 132 pounds|
Jossara Jinaro Family
|University||University of Columbia|
|Who is Jossara Jinaro’s husband?||Matt Bogado|
She has been appointed executive director of Hispanas Organized for Political Equality (HOPE) and has worked for many nonprofit organizations, including the Children’s Institute and SSG. According to her husband Matt Bogado’s Facebook page and writings, Jossara Jinaro died on April 27, 2022 after a battle with cancer.
Jinaro was at home and surrounded by family at the time of her death. Her husband described her as a great artist, wife, mother and friend. Jossara Jinaro lived with her family in her final days battling cancer. The family included her husband Matt and two children Liam and Emrys.
Jossara Jinaro Net Worth
Jossara fought cancer for many years. According to sources, it is estimated that she left the films shortly after her marriage and gave birth to her children. She co-produced and co-acted on the pilot What About Us. She competed in many of her salsa dancing championships and won many of them.
Jinaro performed at various marathon events and was a lover of guitar and music. She once worked at LAUSD as a 6th grade math and science teacher. She was an award-winning personality, winning awards in the categories of best supporting role, best film actress and others. It was certain that she earned well due to her only profession, being an actress, and her hands in the theater.