Fiona Hutchison


Fiona Hutchison Trivia


  • Trivia

    • 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.

  • Quotes

    • 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.