23 March 2020 16:36

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Lucia Bosé, Italian Actress and Mother of Pop Star Miguel Bosé, Dies at 89

Lucia Bosè arrives at the 2013 Latin Recording Academy Person Of The Year honoring Miguel Bose at the Mandalay Bay Convention Center on Nov. 20, 2013 in Las Vegas. Lucia Bosé, the Italian actress and mother of Spanish Pop star Miguel Bosé, has died at age 89. Miguel Bosé confirmed his mother's death via social media on Monday (March 23). "Dear friends...my mother Lucía Bosé has just passed away. She is in the best of places," he wrote.

According to Spanish news reports that cited information provided by family members, Lucia Bosé died of pneumonia in her Brieva, the small town in Spain where she lived. Some outlets reported that her death came after being infected with the coronavirus, though Billboard has not yet been able to confirm. Bosé was known for her roles in movies including Fellini's Satyricon and Death of a Cyclist, directed by Jaun Anotnio Bardem (Javier Bardem's father). A great beauty who was crowned Miss Italy when she was a teenager, she married the famous Spanish bullfighter Miguel Dominguín. The dashing couple, who were married from 1955-1967, had three children, Miguel, Lucia and Paula.

After leaving her career to raise her family, Bosé occasionally returned to the screen in small film roles. See Miguel Bosé's tweet below. Click here to read the full article. Italian actress Lucia Bosè has died at the age of 89. She was most known for appearing in films from acclaimed Italian directors such as Michelangelo Antonioni and Federico Fellini.

Her son, the Spanish singer Miguel Bosè, confirmed the news on social media, tweeting the below with the caption, "Dear friends … I inform you that my mother Lucía Bosé has just passed away. She is in the best of places." More from Deadline #MB pic.twitter.com/H33dlay3lk — Miguel Bosé (@BoseOfficial) March 23, 2020 According to the Italian press, she died of pneumonia. Lucia Bosè rose to fame after winning the 1947 Miss Italia beauty contest. She broke into cinema during the Italian Neorealism wave and appeared in movies such as Antonioni's The Lady Without Camelias and Story Of A Love Affair, and Fellini's Fellini Satyricon. In 1956 she married the famed Spanish bullfighter Luis Miguel González Lucas, giving up her acting career to raise their children Miguel, Lucia and Paola.

Best of Deadline Sign up for Deadline's Newsletter. Lucia Bosé, actress born in the Italian region of Lombardy, has died at the age of 89. The Chain has been responsible for this information it has extended the medium The Country confirming that the cause of death has been the complication of a pneumonia as a result of their delicate state of health. This interpreter, whose last public appearances were done only a few weeks in programmes like 'Come dine with me: Gourmet Edition' of Four or the 'Wonders' of The 1, is more known in our country for being the mother of artists like Miguel Bosé or Paola Dominguín, but before he married the Spanish bullfighter Luis Miguel Dominguín, which left momentarily his film career, he had already been part of numerous productions Italian. His son,the well-known singer Miguel Bosé, has refused to confirm the sad news with a simple posting on his account of Instagram accompanied by a colorful image of the artist. Among his films are collaborations with filmmakers of the stature of Federico Fellini, who was working in productions such as Fellini Satiricon; or Michelangelo Antonioni, for whom protagonizase 'The lady without camelias'. His last appearance on the big screen would have been in the tape Italian 'One More Time' directed by Pablo Benedetti and David Sordello, as his last years were spent retired in Brieva, municipality of segovia in which he opened the first Museum of los Angeles in the world. Black day for Italian literature and cinema: after the announcement of the death of Alberto Arbasino, who died at the age of ninety after a long illness, Lucia Bosé also leaves us, having blown out the eighty-nine candles just over two months ago. The actress, winner of the Miss Italy band in 1947, was the protagonist of a brilliant career cinematographic thanks to directors such as Luchino Visconti, Michelangelo Antonioni, the Taviani brothers and Federico Fellini. «Dear friends, I inform you that my mother Lucia Bosé has just passed away. He is already in a better place »comments his son Miguel Bosé on Instagram, together with a photo that portrays the mother looking out of a blue door like her hair. After a long engagement with Walter Chiari, Lucia gets married to the bullfighter Luis Miguel Dominguín with whom she gives birth to her three children: Miguel, Lucia and Paola. Marriage takes her away from the cinema until divorce, when she returns to acting on the big screen in the sixties in secondary roles including that of the matron in Fellini Satyricon by Federico Fellini. His last appearance in the cinema is in I Viceré by Roberto Faenza, while the television one is in an episode of Sunday In sent in October of 2019, where he had the opportunity to retrace his career and the greatest loves of his life. #ULTIMAHORA Muere Lucía Bosé por #coronavirusEspana – Informalia (@Informalia) March 23, 2020 Awarded with the Wilde Vip European Award for art and culture, honor conferred by Dreams Entertainment with the European Parliamentary Observatory in 2017, Lucia Bosé was able to attend important personalities such as Pablo Picasso and Ernest Hemingway. Portali like Ya es mediodía or Informalia explain that the causes of death could be related in some way to the coronavirus that Spain is experiencing, country in which Bosé had lived for several years. The news, however, was neither confirmed nor denied by the official channels. READ ALSO Miguel Bosé: «Have a good trip, Girl»