Charlie Chaplin’s daughter Josephine Chaplin is no more. She was 74 years old. The actor passed away on July 13 in Paris, according to an announcement made by his family. She is survived by her three sons – Julien Ronette, Charlie and Arthur.
Josephine Chaplin rose to prominence with her impeccable performance in Pier Paolo Pasolini’s The Canterbury Tales. She played the role of an adulterous wife. In 1972, she appeared with Laurence Harvey in Escape to the Sun, a drama directed by Menahem Golan. The film is based on a group of people who attempt to escape from the Soviet Union.
Chaplin starred in the crime-thriller Shadowman alongside Gale Honeycutt and Jacques Champreux. The story of the film revolves around a criminal who tries to find the treasure of the Knights Templar. Later, she appeared in The Man Without a Face, a French mini-series based on Shadowman. Following the success of the series, he did several other films such as Nutty’s Rouge, The Peaks of Zelengora, Jack the Ripper, The Bay Boy and Downtown Heat.
Talking about his personal life, Chaplin married French actor Maurice Ronet and lived with him till his death. They had a son, Julin Ronette. She then fell in love with Nikolas Sistovaris and had a child, Charlie. In 1989, the actor tied the knot with French archaeologist Jean-Claude Gardin. The couple was accompanied by Arthur.