Kristina Wagner

Felicia Scorpio on ABC’s “General Hospital”
Felicia Scorpio: General Hospital
October 30th - Indianapolis, Indiana

In 1984, Kristina Wagner made her “General Hospital” debut as spirited Aztec Princess Felicia Cummings, now Felicia Scorpio (and formerly Felicia Jones). Felicia shares two daughters, Maxie Jones and the late Georgie Jones, with her ex-husband and spy, Frisco Jones. Currently, she is married to long-time love, Police Commissioner Mac Scorpio, and has been in the forefront of many adventures to help solve various mysteries and crimes in town.

In addition to “General Hospital,” Wagner produced and directed the documentary, “Children of Internment,” which is about the events surrounding the American internment of German Americans during World War II. The documentary won Best Documentary at the Santa Fe Film Festival. She has also appeared as Nora Avery on the Hallmark Channel’s “When Calls the Heart.”

A native of Indianapolis, Wagner had a penchant for performing since her earliest recollections. She was active in high school drama, dance and local theater before enrolling in Indiana Central University as a dance major. She then transferred to Indiana University-Purdue University at Indianapolis, where she majored in theater.

After spending time with acting and dance lessons, Wagner sent her picture and resume – on the advice of her brother – to a modeling agency, which led to auditions for roles on “All My Children,” “Ryan’s Hope,” and eventually the part on “General Hospital.”

When she is not working, Wagner loves the adventures of camping, river rafting, swimming and mountaineering.