Anna has lived her life battling danger and fighting for her family. She's been an international spy and has experienced several epic romances, particularly with fellow spy Robert Scorpio. The death of her beloved daughter, Robin, has left Anna's life in pieces, and she must begin to put them together.
-Fighting crime in Port Charles as chief of police.
-Returning from apparent death to build a relationship with her daughter, Robin.
The Bad and the Ugly
-The deaths of her daughters Leora and, later, Robin.
-Robin Scorpio-Drake: daughter
-Patrick Drake: son-in-law
-Emma Drake: grandaugther
-Mac Scorpio: former brother-in-law
An accomplished and versatile actress, Finola Hughes stars as the mysterious Anna Devane on the ABC daytime drama “General Hospital.” She also portrayed the role on ABC’s “All My Children.” Her performance garnered her an Emmy® Award for Outstanding Lead Actress in 1991, as well as three additional nominations in the same category.
Hughes most recently made her directorial debut in the indie feature “The Bet,” a romantic comedy starring Scott Hagood, Mary O’Connor, Portia Thomas and Tim Whitcomb, which is currently in festivals around the country including The Dances With Films Festival.
Hughes also just completed starring in the indie feature “Platinum,” which she stars opposite Kathryn McCormick, Shane Harper, Carolyn Hennesy, David Burtka, Marlowe Peyton and was directed by Alex DiMarco and will be released in 2014.
Hughes’ multi-faceted career has continued over two decades. Always interested in new projects, she is now adding the title of designer to her impressive repertoire. As the creative visionary behind Finola’s Jewel Box, a bohemian-chic jewelry collection that debuted on QVC in October 2005, she combines her extensive experience in the fashion industry with her personal passion for eclectic, unique designs.
In addition, Hughes was host of The Style Network’s No. 1-rated series, “How Do I Look?,” and a frequent style commentator for several national television shows. In addition, she is an acclaimed author, having released her first book, Soapsuds, in June 2005.
Born and educated in London, England, Hughes studied ballet from the age of ten. In 1980, she originated the role of The White Cat in the premiere company of the Andrew Lloyd Weber musical, “Cats.” She made her American film debut when Sylvester Stallone cast her opposite John Travolta in “Staying Alive.” Other film work includes “Like Crazy,” starring Jennifer Lawrence and Anton Yelchin, “The Nutcracker,” “Soap Dish,” “Aspen Extreme,” “Above Suspicion” and “Tycus.” Her extensive list of television credits includes “Jack’s Place,” “Blossom,” “Pacific Palisades,” “Charmed,” “Dream On” and “Tracy Takes On.”
Hughes maintains homes in Los Angeles and Santa Barbara with her husband, artist Russell Young, and their sons, Dylan and Cash as well as daughter Sadie.