On General Hospital, Olivia Falconeri Quartermaine is the queen of dealing with a crisis, and as a Quartermaine family member, there’s never a shortage of those. Off-screen, performer Lisa LoCicero is celebrating a major milestone.
Happy Birthday, Lisa LoCicero!
That’s because she was born on April 18, 1970, in Grosse Pointe, Michigan, which means that this fan-favorite actress turned 53 years old today! LoCicero’s career began in 1994, with the film Murder Too Sweet.
One year later, she joined the cast of the ABC daytime drama Loving and continued to play the role of legal eagle, Jocelyn Roberts, in its successor, The City. Subsequent work included guest spots on Law & Order, NYPD Blue, LateLine, V.I.P., and Son of Thunder.
In 2004, she played FBI agent Sonia Toledo on One Life to Live as well as news reporter Maria Storm on Reno 911! and Marissa Moreno in the comedy series Good Girls Don’t. Further credits include appearances on television series such as Joey, Without a Trace, Little Britain USA, and Inalienable.
She was hired to play General Hospital’s Olivia Falconeri in August of 2008, and she made her debut on September 19 of that year. Her performance earned her a Daytime Emmy nomination in the Outstanding Supporting Actress category.
As well as appearing in a plethora of television series, LoCicero has also appeared in feature films — including Mr. Vincent, The Family Man, Rush Hour 2, and Gettin’ Lucky. She also provided voices to characters in numerous video games, including Star Trek Online, Star Trek: Elite Force II, and Star Trek: Bridge Commander.
She has been married to fellow actor Michael Patrick Jann for over two decades, and together they have welcomed a son (Lukas, born Oct. 1, 2001) and a daughter (Verity Marion, born May 30, 2015) into their family.
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