Actress Jossara Jinaro, who was featured on shows like ER, The Young and the Restless, and Judging Amy, died on April 27, 2022, following a fight with cancer. She lived to be 48 years old and then passed away.
Jinaro’s husband said on her Facebook, “With deep grief, I announce the departure of my wife, Jossara Jinaro, on this date, April 27, 2022. Jossara bravely overcame her cancer and returned home to be with her loved ones.
After her mother married a politician in Rio de Janeiro, Jossara and her family relocated to Colombia, and then to the United States, when her stepfather was taken hostage by insurgents. Jossara was born in 1973.
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Jossara, originally from Brazil, was born and raised in Colombia before she and her family emigrated to the United States. She made her acting debut at 16 and has since been on ER and Judging Amy, among others. She was Nurse Andrea Clemente in the popular show.
Rather than starting out as an actress, she went on to write and direct films. A post from her husband, Matt Bogado, who posted a photo of the family, revealed that Jinaro Jossara had passed away on Wednesday.
He said the actress lost her lengthy fight with cancer that day. Actor Jake O’Flaherty wrote on Facebook, “She blessed everyone she met, and I will remember her skill, beauty, kindness, and generosity for the rest of my life.”
The actress was a regular on several hit shows in the early 2000s, including “Judging Amy” on CBS, where she played Courtney Messina. She had her acting debut in 2005 on NBC’s “ER,” in which she played nurse Andrea Clemente for a single episode, and in 2006 she made her debut on CBS’s “Without a Trace.”
She blessed everyone she met, and I will always remember her skill, beauty, kindness, and charity, as actor Jake O’Flaherty put it on Facebook. Her husband, Matt, and their sons, Liam and Emrys, will miss their wife and mother very much.
Her husband stated, “Myself, Liam, and Emrys will miss her so much, however we know she is in our hearts and guiding us every step of the way.”
Cancer of Unknown Main is an extremely rare disease in which the primary tumour site cannot be determined; this was Jinaro’s diagnosis in 2021, according to a GoFundMe page. On New Year’s Eve of that year, in her last Facebook post, she said, “I feel loved and cared for by all my friends and family.”