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.