Maxie Jones

Maxie Jones

Mariah Maximilliana "Maxie" Jones (formerly Hunter) is a fictional character from the ABC Daytime soap opera General Hospital. Previously played by actress Robyn Richards, she has been portrayed since 2005 by Kirsten Storms. Storms vacated the role for a year under a medical leave and was portrayed by Jen Lilley. She is the oldest daughter of supercouple Frisco and Felicia Jones. In 2009, Storms was nominated for a Daytime Emmy for her portrayal of Maxie Jones.

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Cheryl Stansbury - J
... Locks Luke Spencer and Felicia Jones in the Quartermaine crypt ... Biological father of Lucas Jones ... Andrew "Frisco" Jones (Jack Wagner, 1983–88, 1989–91, 1994, 1995 Kevin Bernhardt, 1985) Agent with the World Security Bureau ...
Maxie Jones - Storylines - 2011–
... On a ski trip with other Port Charles residents, Matt and Maxie are involved in a bus crash, and although Matt broke his arm, they are both fine ... Once Matt and Maxie discover that Johnny is hiding the syringe Lisa Niles used to try to kill Robin, the two break into Johnny's apartment to find the syringe, but are almost caught by Johnny and Lisa ... While hiding from them, Matt and Maxie overhear them discuss the syringe, and Johnny confirms he has it hidden somewhere ...
Trent Parker - J
... Locks Luke Spencer and Felicia Jones in the Quartermaine crypt ... Biological father of Lucas Jones ... Frisco Jones (Jack Wagner, 1983–88, 1989–91, 1994, 1995, 2013 Kevin Bernhardt, 1985) Agent with the World Security Bureau ...
List Of General Hospital Characters - J
... Ex-lover of Jason Morgan, Tony Jones and Johnny Zacchara ... Locked Luke Spencer and Felicia Jones in the Quartermaine crypt ... Biological father of Lucas Jones ...

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