Full detailed profile on Paloma Lopez-Fitzgerald (Past) Played by Silvana Arias on Passions Daytime Soap Opera.
Paloma Lopez-Fitzgerald (Past)
Actor: Silvana Arias
Who played Paloma Lopez-Fitzgerald (Past) over the years
Hannia Guillen (October 16, 2007)
Useful information on Paloma Lopez-Fitzgerald (Past)
* Youngest child of Pilar and Martin.
Current: Police officer
Paloma is the youngest daughter of Pilar and Martin. Martin had moved to Mexico soon after her birth and Pilar made the decision to send Paloma to Mexico to live with a relative because she could not provide enough for all her children and Antonio was already providing for his own younger siblings. Paloma had felt much resentment for her family after they had sent her away and did not even show much concern when Miguel called to tell her that Pilar was very ill and on her deathbed. When she returned to Harmony with Luis and Sheridan, she also learned the true identities of Bob (Martin) and Ellen (Katherine) Wheeler. She was not upset and still felt the same love for them both because they were the ones who shared her entire life together.
Simone and Jessica soon became close friends to Paloma and she also started building a relationship with her mother, Pilar. She never had a problem with Simone's sexuality and was there to support her at all times. She and Tabitha also helped Jessica out when it seemed that Jessica had been killing Johns. All three of them took a journey to Rome hunting for priceless paintings. While there, they found information to connect the pieces of the puzzle together regarding an ancient chalice that Alistair had been looking for.
Paloma has also started developing feelings for Noah, Jessica's older brother. The two slowly developed a relationship full of romance. All the while, she trained as a police officer, graduating to the force with kudos from her brother. Almost immediately after going on duty, however, she was placed in an awkward position when Jessica's role in the serial killing of johns, and her involvement in it, started to come to the fore.
Martin Fitzgerald (father)
Pilar Lopez-Fitzgerald (mother)
Antonio Lopez-Fitzgerald (brother - deceased)
Luis Lopez-Fitzgerald (brother)
Theresa Lopez-Fitzgerald (sister)
Miguel Lopez-Fitzgerald (brother)
Brian Fitzgerald (paternal grandfather)
Antonio Lopez (maternal grandfather)
Maria Lopez (maternal grandmother)
Florencia Lopez (maternal aunt) (nun)
Francisco Lopez (maternal uncle)
Maria Lopez (maternal aunt)
Ethan Crane (nephew)
Maria Ivy Lopez-Fitzgerald (niece)
Marty Lopez-Fitzgerald (nephew - deceased)
Jane Winthrop (niece)
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Tabitha sees an image of Noah and Paloma in her book and says that every page in the Book of Disasters is focused on Harmony and notes that Paloma’s vision is of the future. She says if Juanita makes it to Harmony, she will kill everyone in the L-F family, including Paloma. Tabitha sees Noah and Paloma kissing and disgusted, closes the book. She wonders what it is about the couple that bothers her so much and thinks it’s all the gushy romance. She would however like to watch Paloma with Roberto because that would be hot! She recalls an interlude she had with Zorro and then makes herself a drink. The book then starts to spin around, sparking and giving off black smoke. Tabitha is curious to see who the next victim will be and the book shoots a bunch of sparks to the ceiling which makes Tabitha nervous.
At Tabitha's, Paloma puts the cuffs on Spike. He turns and begs Norma and Edna for help but they won't. Paloma and Noah go outside to wait for the squad car leaving Spike inside with the ladies. He tells them that he'll do anything, and he means anything, that they want if they'll just help him out. Edna likes the sound of that; she hasn't had a good massage since Precious left. As he tells them how much they have 'going on' and how sexy they are, he begs them to take off his cuffs so that they can have some fun. Resisting temptation, Edna calls Paloma in just as the car arrives to take Spike away. As the cop drags Spike along to police headquarters, he fakes sickness and drops to the ground. When the cop kneels down, he head butts the cop, grabbing his keys and his gun before running off.
Back at Tabitha's, after Spike's gone, they all eat and drink. Edna asks Noah and Paloma when they'll actually finish their wedding. Endora wants to see it happen tonight and, despite her mother's protests, snaps her fingers to take care of it. She sends them all to a heavenly place where they stand on clouds dressed in their finest attire. Paloma assumes that she's dreaming. Noah's just happy to be somewhere so perfect, a place as perfect as their love. They start to dance before she wishes for a fountain of chocolate and strawberries. Edna's gleeful that in a town with so much grief, love can remain alive. Tabitha's proud that her daughter has made Noah and Paloma so happy. As the couple dance, Paloma tells Noah that he always makes her feel like she is dancing on a cloud. Even if they wake up from this dream, they will never wake from the dream that is their love.