Lisa Lo Cicero
One of her first big breaks was landing the role of Jocelyn Roberts Brown on the final season of Loving. When the series was spun-off as The City, Lo Cicero went with the show and stayed until it was cancelled in 1997. After this she filled her time with small role in large films like The Family Man and Rush Hour 2.
In 2001, she and husband Michael Patrick Jann gave birth to a son.
After a couple of years she decided to get back into the acting game. She did voice acting in video games and worked with her husband when she took on a recurring role on Reno 911. She also had a small role in the film After the Sunset alongside Pierce Brosnan and Selma Hayek although this scene ended up cut from the final film. At this time she also started auditioning for soap operas again. She auditioned for the role of Lois Cerullo on General Hospital and was offered the role of Kathryn Fitzgerald on One Life to Live. When the producers decided to make that role recurring she opted not to take it because One Life to Live shoots in New York and her family is in California. When executive producer Frank Valentini offered her the contract role of Sonia Toledo on OLTL she opted to return to daytime TV.
Fans were receptive to this new character and Lo Cicero quickly became popular, but the Santi family storyline in which her character was caught up in proved to be extremely unpopular with fans. When Dena Higley replaced headwriter Michael Malone in late 2004, Lo Cicero became the first castmember cut from the show along with Javier Morga (Augustico Tico Santi).
After exiting OLTL she had a part in the indy film Gettin' Lucky.
Lisa Lo Cicero Facts
|April 18, 1967 (56)
|Grosse Pointe, Michigan, USA
|Four Deadly Reasons