Fiona taught a class "Understanding Daytime" at the School of Film and Broadcasting in New York.
Fiona has appeared on stage in "Dial M for Murder" and "The Secret Rapture."
Fiona's favorite place to vacation is the island of Nevis located in the British West Indies.
Fiona's favorite childhood memory is of her riding a bull bareback on the beach in Jamaica.
Fiona released a three-part video series, "Fitness with Fi", that demonstrates key yoga moves.
Fiona is married to John "Hutch" Viscardi, who she met while they were both on "One Life to Live". He character was Father Tony Vallone.
Fiona is the CEO and founder of Grungie Productions, Inc., an entertainment based production company located in New York.
Fiona and her husband, John, started a theater company, called Copake Theatre Company.
Fiona was previously married to director Sean Dromgoole from 1987 to 1992.
Fiona's hobbies include painting, fast cars, horseback riding, scuba diving and hiking.
Fiona hosted the documentary series "Royal Families of the World" in 1999.
At the age of 18, Fiona seriously injured her spine, ending her career as a ballet dancer. She was paralyzed for six weeks, but was able to walk again after two years of physical therapy.
Fiona won an L.A. Theater Critics Dramalogue Award for Best Actress for "3 More Sleepless Nights."
Fiona was born to British parents in Miami, Florida, gaining dual citizenship. She has two older brothers.
Fiona: I like for my children to get a sense that they're not the center of the universe.
Fiona: Nothing beats being live on stage. When it's a flop, or you don't deliver a line correctly, there's no greater hell. But when the audience loves you, it's such a high.