Jessica Buchanan

Jessica Buchanan

Jessica Eugenia Buchanan (formerly Santi, Vega, Brennan, Ford, and Wentworth) is a fictional character on the ABC soap opera One Life to Live. She is the daughter of original heroine Victoria Lord and Clint Buchanan. The character is the fraternal twin sister of Natalie Buchanan, and is born on-screen in the episode first-run September 23, 1986, with the birth year later revised to 1978.

Read more about Jessica Buchanan:  Casting and Impact, Storylines, Alternate Personalities

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