Hollywood’s actress-turned-author Patricia Bosworth passed away on the 2nd of April in New York at the age of 86 years, after suffering from pneumonia that was brought on by COVID-19 — Bosworth’s stepchild, Fia Hatsav, told The New York Times on the 3rd of April.
All About Patricia Bosworth:
Patricia Bosworth was an actress who had once starred alongside the famed actress Audrey Hepburn as a nun in the 1959 classic The Nun’s Story. Bosworth later changed her professional front’s focus from acting to journalism, editing, and writing biographies on several stars and celebrities like Montgomery Clift. The plot of the 2006 film, which was a classic film and starred Nicole Kidman, Fur: An Imaginary Portrait of Diane Arbus, was based on a biography that she had written on Arbus.
Patricia Bosworth wrote for several publications, including The New York Times and New York magazine, and was an editor for others, including Screen Stars and McCall’s. The actor turned writer also contributed to Vanity Fair’s content and also wrote memoirs about her own life.
In addition to speaking to the New York Times, Fia took to Facebook to share the news and grieve the loss. She grieved her Grandma Patti’s death and praised Bosworth’s caring, responsible, strong, uplifting, enthusiastic, and loving personality. In the post where she publically mourned Patricia’s death, she went on to say how, to her, she was Grandma Patti and will always remain so and how treasured she was by her family for her loving nature and immense courage. She stated how Patricia Bosworth had stayed strong even during her fight against the terrible and deadly virus and that she’d be forever in her heart.
The novel coronavirus that has caused much trouble worldwide has claimed yet another celebrity life. Over the past few months, coronavirus has infected several celebrities, including the legendary actor Tom Hanks and late-night talk show host Andy Cohen. The virus has not spared anyone, and some celebrities have even succumbed to the virus, like chef Floyd Cardoz among many others. All we can do in these trying times is stay safe and healthy and flatten the curve of the contraction of the virus.