Her appearances as Felicia on General Hospital may be sporadic, but fans still love her portrayer, Kristina Wagner. Now, supporters of the actress are sending her deep condolences in light of a recent loss.
Kristina Wagner Pays Tribute To Her Father
“My father, Leonard Crump, passed away last night,” Wagner shared on social media. “He was 91 years old. It was a gentle exit from this earth. My love follows him through all of eternity.”
“Much love Kristina…hope the memories are seared in your heart for an eternity,” posted Will deVry (ex-Julian).
“I am so sorry for your loss. May his name and memory be a blessing,” posted Maxine Bennett, a long-time GH viewer.
“I am so sorry for your loss,” posted @emmaskid7. “Fathers and daughters share a special kind of love. I lost mine 26 years ago. I miss him every day, but carry him everywhere I go. Sending peaceful and healing thoughts to you and your family.”
Wagner, as GH fans recall, joined the ABC soap opera in 1984 as Felicia Cummings, an Aztec Princess, who was in search of a ring in Frisco’s (Jack Wagner) apartment. He caught her while trying to escape. At first, he thought she was a boy until she tried to escape. Felicia’s cap came off, revealing her long, luxurious, blonde hair.
Frisco aided Felicia as she searched for a hidden treasure. The couple wound up in Mexico in a storyline that involved Robert (Tristan Rogers), Holly (Emma Samms), Luke (Anthony Geary), and Genie Francis. The tale also introduced Sean Donley (the late John Reilly).
Frisco and Felicia went on to become one of the show’s most popular duos, marrying both on-screen and in real life. The couple has two sons Petey and Harrison. Felicia later split from Frisco and wed Mac Scorpio (John J. York).
Soap Hub sends sincere condolences to Wagner and her family at this difficult time. General Hospital (GH) airs weekdays on ABC. Check your local listings for airtimes.
My father, Leonard Crump, passed away last night. He was 91 years old. It was a gentle exit from this earth. My love follows him through all of eternity. ❤️ pic.twitter.com/XafqSAcoE3
— Kristina Wagner (@KristinaWagnr) April 23, 2021