One of the most renowned actresses in the Hollywood Industry Barbara Bosson passes away. She was nominated for five consecutive Emmys for her role on Hill Street Blues. The actress died at 83. She passed away on Saturday, February 18, 2023. Bosson is survived by her two children – daughter Melissa, and son Jesse, and two grandchildren. Her death was announced by her director's son, Jesse Bochco, on social media.
His Jesse Bochco, who is also a TV director and producer took to social media and confirmed the unfortunate news with his friends and followers. He shared a sweet throwback picture featuring his mother Barbara. In the picture, his mother held a toddler Jesse in her arms. Bochco also pens a heartwarming note and wrote, "More spirit and zest than you could shake a stick at. When she loved you, you felt it without a doubt. If she didn't, you may well have also known that too. Forever in our hearts. I love you Mama. Barbara "Babs" Bosson Bochco 1939 2023 (red heart emoji)”
Barbara was popularly known as starring as Fay Furillo during the first six seasons of NBC’s Hill Street Blues, it was created by her husband, Steven Bochco. Bosson was also Emmy nominated for her role as prosecutor Miriam Grasso on ABC’s Murder One. Bosson got her start in Steve McQueen film Bullitt and CBS detective series Mannix before becoming one of the stars of NBC’s Richie Brockelan, Private Eye. She also starred in Cop Rock and her last roles were in Lois & Clark: The New Adventures of Superman, ABC’s Total Security and TV movie Scattering Dad. It She left the show in 1985 amid season 6, as her husband was fired by the production company MTM Enterprises, because of creative and financial differences.