Actress-Author Patricia Bosworth who played a nun opposite of Audrey Hepburn has died from coronavirus at the age of 86.
Her stepdaughter, Fia Hatsav, disclosed that she died from pneumonia that was brought on by COVID-19. Fia took to Facebook and paid tribute to her step-mother.
She wrote: “This terrible virus has taken my Vibrant, talented, and loving Step-Mother, Patricia Bosworth. You may read about her in all the news articles, from NYT, Vanity Fair, Deadline, The Wrap, etc. But to us, she was Patti and Grandma Patti.”
Fia said that she was a humble and caring lady and she was always kind to her father and her biological mother.
Patricia’s step-daughter Fia said: “She honored my late Father Tom Palumbo, by publishing a book of his amazing professional photographs. She honored my Mother’s memory, by including his images of her.”
Patricia had started working as an actress but later she found her passion in the form of writing. She wrote biographies on various stars including Marlon Brando and Montgomery Clift.
She also wrote biographies on Actress Jane Fonda and popular photographer Diane Arbus. Patricia then returned to journalism and started her career as a successful editor and writer. She wrote for the New York Times and New York Magazine.
Bosworth also wrote about her own life in 1998’s Anything Your Little Heart Desires: An American Family Story and 2017’s The Men in My Life: A Memoir of Love and Art in 1950s Manhattan.