Randy Malandro is the ex-husband of Kristina Wagner. Randy Malandro’s ex-wife, Wagner is an American actress best known for her role as Felicia Jones on the ABC soap opera General Hospital. She is sometimes credited with the name Kristina Malandro. She also briefly had a small role on the ABC series Hotel in the late 1980s.
Randy Malandro is the first man Kristina Wagner got married to. Randy Malandro and Kristina Wagner were married for 4 years. They dated for 1 year after getting together in 1980 and married in 1981. 4 years later they divorced in 1985.
How did the two former love birds meet and start their relationship that later lead to their marriage? Well, the couple has not disclosed any information related to the circumstances under which they meet and started their relationship. The couple has not disclosed any information about what led to their divorce after being married for four years.
Much was not heard from Randy Malandro after they called their marriage a quit. The two hadn’t shared any children from their union.
After privately dating, Malandro went public about her relationship with her General Hospital co-star, Jack Wagner, when she announced her pregnancy in 1990. Randy Malandro’s ex-wife, Kristina, and Jack Wagner eventually wed on December 18, 1993, in a private ceremony in Lake Tahoe. Citing irreconcilable differences, they filed for divorce in February 2001.
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After two years apart, the Wagners announced that they were working through their problems and privately reconciling; they publicized their news of formal reconciliation in 2004. However, in 2005, the Wagners once again filed for divorce, which was finalized the following year. The couple has two sons together: Peter (born 1990) and Harrison (born 1994).
After her divorce, she decided to go back to college and attended California State University, Northridge where she majored in history. In her senior year, she began working on what became the Children of Internment documentary. Wagners’ documentary concerns the events surrounding the American internment of German-Americans during World War II. The documentary won Best Documentary at the Santa Fe Film Festival.