ER ACTRESS Jossara Jinaro died at the age of 48 after a battle with cancer.
Her heartbroken husband Matt Bogado paid tribute to a "beautiful and kind soul".
He shared the news of her death in a Facebook post, with a picture of their two children.
The post read: "With great sorrow, I announce the passing of my wife, Jossara Jinaro on this date, April 27, 2022."
"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.
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"A public memorial service will be held in the Bay Area. More details will come soon.'"
Jinaro was an actress, filmmaker, producer and SAG activist known for her roles on shows including ER, Judging Amy and Strong Medicine.
She was born in Brazil, but moved to Colombia as an infant when she was adopted by a diplomat.
At 16, she moved to the US and signed with her first agent before getting involved with stage work.
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Jinaro then made her TV debut on Judging Amy, where she had a recurring role as Cheech Marin's daughter.
After Judging Amy, she started working on ER, which ran on NBC for 15 years.
In 2006, she was nominated for a GLAAD award for her role on the tv show Passions before moving back to Colombia in 2009 to work on a Novela.
Later, Jinaro began producing her own short films, with her film Desert Road Kill making rounds at film festivals.
Other movies she was in include Devil's Rejects, Havoc, Fly Boys, World Trade Center and Go For It!
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