‘North of 60’ actress Tina Louise Bomberry has died
Two Row Times
By Nahnda Garlow
February 11, 2018
Tina Louise Bomberry, Mohawk Bear Clan of Six Nations, passed this weekend. No details are currently available on the circumstances surrounding her death.
Bomberry played the beloved character Rosie Deela in the series for it’s entire six season run and in it’s three made for TV movies. North of 60 aired on CBC from 1992-1997.
Bomberry had an extensive career for over thirty years as an actress in theatre, television, cinema and radio. She was trained at the Center for Indigenous Theatre and Ryerson University.
She was previously in a serious car accident in 2015 from which she recovered.
Condolences to her family at this time.
BOMBERRY, Tina Louise
Born: 1966, Six Nations Reserve, Brantford, Ontario, Canada
Died: 2/10/2018, Six Nations Reserve, Brantford, Ontario, Canada
Tina Louise Bomberry’s westerns – actress:
Where the Spirit Lives -1989 (Assistant Supervisor #2)
Medicine River – 1993 (Bertha Morely)
Song of Hiawatha – 1997 (Sparrow Song)