Barbara Bosson bio
Barbara Bosson was an actress from the United States. Bosson died in Los Angeles on February 18, 2023, at the age of 83.
Her most memorable performance was in the television series Hill Street Blues, for which she received five Primetime Emmy nominations in a row.
Bosson was born to a tennis coach in Charleroi, Pennsylvania. Bullitt, a criminal drama, was her debut full-length picture (1968). She gained fame playing the frightened Fay Furillo during the first six seasons of the NBC television series Hill Street Blues in the 1980s. Later, she went on to portray the stern prosecutor Miriam Grasso on Murder One from 1995 to 1997, earning her a second nomination for an Emmy.
Bosson played Sharon in the 1970s television series Richie Brockelman, Private Eye. She also played characters in the TV shows Cop Rock and Hooperman. Among Bosson’s notable film roles is her portrayal of Alex Rogan’s mother in the science fiction picture The Last Starfighter.
Bosson had cameos on a variety of shows, such as Lois & Clark: The New Adventures of Superman, Lois & Clark: The Deep Space Nine (in the episode “Rivals” as Roana), Civil Wars, Mannix, Crazy Like a Fox, L.A. Law, and many others.
Steven Bochco, a writer-producer who produced several of the series in which Bosson appeared, including Hill Street Blues, L.A. Law, Murder One, and Cop Rock, was married to Bosson in 1970. The couple divorced in 1997 after having two children together.
Barbara Bosson Net Worth
Her actual net worth is unknown, however it is estimated to be in the range of $1 million and $5 million.