July 6, 2020

Lucia Bosé dies at 89 from pneumonia

His son Miguel Bosé: “He is already in the best of places”

The singer Miguel Bosé has confirmed the worst news, the death of his mother, the Italian actress Lucía Bosé at 89 years old. She was the mother of Miguel Bosé and Paola Dominguín.

The actress, of Italian nationality, married the bullfighter Luis Miguel Dominguín in 1955 in Las Vegas and for some years left the performance to dedicate herself to her family. In 1947 she was the winner of Miss Italy and his film roles alternated between Italy and Spain.

Her debut as a protagonist was in “Non c’e pace tra gli ulivi” (1950) by director Guiuseppe de Santis and in which she played the pastor of the Ciociaría together with Raf Vallone and Folco Lulli.

In 1955 she starred in three films that launched her to stardom “Gli sbandati”, “Death of a cyclist”, by Juan Antonio Bardem and “Así es la aurora”, directed by Luis Buñuel. In 1955 she married Dominguín and they have three children, Miguel, Lucía and Paola. These gave him 10 grandchildren, including Bimba Bosé whoe passed away in 2017.

Between 1968 and 1976, Lucia returned to her great passion, cinema, for being in great demand in her country of birth, for directors such as Federico Fellini, the Taviani, Bolognini … He immediately takes the lead role in “Nathalie Granger”, a movie famous for being directed by the writer Marguerite Duras and co-starring Jeanne Moreau. His participation in Fellini’s “Satiricon” in 1969 only appears in one scene, but it has remained on the minds of moviegoers, but in the next, “Sotto il segno dello Scorpione”, by the Taviani brothers, is the real protagonist .

Her relationship with Mauro Bolognini in 1970 begins with “Metello”, he continues with “Through the old stairs” from 1975, in which he shares a film with Marcello Mastroianni and also participates in the television series “La cartuja de Parma” from 1982. At the same time he participates in other Italian titles such as 1971 in the role of a mentally ill in “L’ospite”, by Liliana Cavani.

Beginning in the 90s, he increasingly spaced his film shares. He lived in Brieva and in 2000 he opened the world’s first Museum of Angels in the Segovian town of Turégano.


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