Josephine, the daughter of the legendary Charlie Chaplin, died: what she was famous for
The daughter of the legendary actor and director Charlie Chaplin, actress Josephine Chaplin, died at the age of 75. She was the sixth child of the star and also became famous in the film industry.
Josephine Chaplin passed away on 13 July, but the family has only just announced this. She will be buried with her family, according to an article by The Hollywood Reporter (scroll to the bottom of the page to see the photo).
Josephine Chaplin was born to the fourth wife of the director, Una O'Neill. She became the sixth of 11 descendants of the film legend. In the years after her father's death, the daughter managed Chaplin's office in Paris on behalf of her siblings and sponsored a sculpture of Chaplin in Waterville, Ireland, where her family often holidayed.
Josephine followed in her father's footsteps and achieved considerable success in her film career, which she ended 30 years ago. She also starred in Charlie Chaplin's The Countess of Hong Kong and in 1972 played May in Pier Paolo Pasolini's The Canterbury Tales.
As Josephine lived in Paris for a long time, many of her roles were in French films. Her last work was the 1994 film Ciudad Baja starring Mike Connors. In total, the actress has about 15 films and 9 TV projects to her credit.
During her life, the artist gave birth to three sons and had two marriages. The star also had high-profile romances with famous men.
Earlier, OBOZREVATEL wrote that the legendary Anglo-French actress and singer Jane Birkin died on 16 July. The star was found dead in her home in Paris.