Lisa LoCicero Biography General Hospital
Lisa LoCicero was born in Grosse Pointe, Michigan. LoCicero knew that acting was her true passion at the age of 13. Lisa chose to attend the American Academy of Dramatic Arts.

After graduation, LoCicero landed the role of Jocelyn Brown on Loving. She later reprised the role on The City through the show’s demise in 1995. Lisa added primetime to her credits with appearances on such shows as Law & Order, NYPD Blue, LateLine, Viper, Sons of Thunder, Rude Awakening, and VIP.

In 1999, Lisa LoCicero found herself back on a daytime serial as Sonia Toledo Santi on One Life to Live, but she continued booking nighttime gigs, including joining cult favorite Star Trek: Voyager, Star Trek: Armada II, Star Trek: Bridge Commander, and Star Trek: Elite Force II.

After leaving OLTL, she signed on to play Maria Storm on Reno 911 through 2007. LoCicero often performed double duty, landing roles on Joey, Without a Trace, It’s Always Sunny in Philadelphia, Pedro, Bones, Chuck, Rizzoli & Isles, and NCIS.

In 2008, LoCicero joined the cast of General Hospital as Olivia Falconeri, where she has played the character for more than a decade. The talented thespian has added many film credits throughout her career such as Mr. Vincent, Foreign Correspondents, The Family Man, Rush Hour 2, A.I. Assault, InAlienable, Marlowe, American Family, and The Lost Medallion: The Adventures of Billy Stone.

When she is not adding to her resume, Lisa LoCicero loves meeting the fans and joining the cast for charity events. Lisa and her husband, director Michael Patrick Jann, reside in Los Angeles with their two children, a son named Lukas and a daughter named Verity. Follow her on Twitter and Instagram.

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Fast Facts

  • Lisa LoCicero was born on April 18, 1970.
  • Collects trench coats.
  • Claims to have watched Gone With The Wind more than 300 times.
  • Was directed by her husband for her role on Reno 911.
  • Lisa and Dominic Zamprogna’s children have playdates together.
  • Went to Grosse Pointe High School featured in the movie Grosse Pointe Blank.