Full detailed profile on Gina Roma Played by Patty Weaver on The Young and the Restless Daytime Soap Opera.
Patty Weaver (CBS)
Actor: Patty Weaver
Who played Gina Roma over the years
Patty Weaver (1982 - present)
Useful information on Gina Roma
Current: Restaurant Manager at the Genoa City Athletic Club
Past: Owner of Gina's Italian Restaurant, burnt down by Kevin Fisher.
Past: con artist
Raised in a family of con artists, Gina often did the dirty work for her parents, which ultimately landed her in the slammer. After being released from prison, she arrived in Genoa City in 1982 looking to her brother Danny for help in an attempt to go straight and start a new life.
With a little trust from Danny, he was able to get her some singing gigs to get her started, building her reputation, which later enabled her to open the notorious Gina's Italian restaurant.
In 2003, Gina lost her heart and soul when the restaurant was burned down in an arson by Kevin Fisher who was never proven guilty of the crime.
After being conned into a marriage by Clint Radison, Gina has found it hard to trust anyone with her heart. For a brief time, she enjoyed the company of and dated John Abbott. However, Gina found it hard to compete with John's family and his past loves, leaving Gina single once again!
Gina has grown to be a loving woman and everyone in town knows that when they are in need of a quick meal or a party to be planned, they can find her holding the reins at the Athletic Club and always eager to help with open arms! She is also great at giving advice, especially to her nephew, Daniel Romalotti!
Clint Radison (may still be her husband)
Brian Romalotti (AKA - Rex Sterling) (father - deceased)
Unknown Name Romalotti (mother)
Danny Romalotti (brother)
Daniel Romalotti Jr. (nephew)
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At Katherine's memorial service in the park, Jill composes herself after breaking down and tells those in attendance the story of how she and Katherine met and became friends. She explains about the history between her, Katherine, and Phillip. She thought that was the end of her relationship with Katherine...but it was just the beginning. Jill says she never imagined the impact Katherine would have on her life. She marvels that they made their peace with each other...but it didn't happen overnight. Jill then reflects on how the six years they believed they were mother and daughter beautifully redefined their relationship. Others think back on Katherine and Jill's love/hate relationship. Jill says they were destined to have their lives entwined - she doesn't know what kind of universal joke that was... She recalls the last night she saw her going up the stairs. Jill says Katherine will always be with her. "None of our lives will ever be the same without you." Murphy takes the podium with an urn. He says Katherine wants everyone to participate in remembering her. Paul fondles a letter from Katherine. Christine asks if he'll open it. Father Todd reads a poem and then places the urn on a table. Each person lays a rose beside the urn and says their last words to Katherine. Chloe then reads a poem that Delia wrote for Katherine about being free. Murphy tells them there is one more surprise - today is the dedication of Chancellor Park, Katherine's place for now and for always.
As the reception begins, Paul steps away and reads his letter from Katherine. He looks up and smiles. Jack and Victor have a civil, but brief, exchange. Devon tells Neil and Lily that today has hit him harder than he expected. Nick suggests to Avery that the park would be the perfect spot for them to get married. She agrees and they kiss. Billy and Victoria appear. Avery tells Vikki they've found the location for the wedding. Paul gets two glasses of champagne and joins Christine. He says he just read Katherine's letter. Father Todd joins them. Paul asks Todd to read the letter to Christine. In it, Katherine urges Paul to marry Christine now. Paul gets down on one knee and proposes. She accepts. Everyone applauds. Danny wishes them all the happiness in the world. Jill congratulates them. "We should turn this memorial into a wedding!" Father Todd agrees with her. Everyone claps again - even Nina. Preparations begin. Christine borrows Gina's bracelet. Lily gives Chris a new pen with blue ink. Victoria supplies an antique handkerchief for the 'something old'. Michael arranges to get a marriage certificate and Paul asks him to be his best man. They embrace. Nina approaches Chris and with a nod lets her know she'll stand up for her. Everyone takes their places and the ceremony gets underway. Paul and Chris exchange personal vows in which they agree they are soul mates. Todd pronounces them husband and wife. They kiss.
Later, Paul and Christine receive congratulations and Todd tells Paul he has to get back to Michigan. He says Katherine would have loved all of this. They embrace. Todd leaves Paul with his bible. Everyone gradually makes their way out. Jill tells Lauren she doesn't want to leave the park. Lauren goes. Jill joins Nikki, who is sitting alone on a bench. They talk about how it was exquisite. They talk about what's next. Jill says Katherine left her an epic quest - she doesn't know what she's supposed to find. Nikki says she also left her a quest; she knows exactly what she's supposed to find, but isn't sure she's ready.
Kevin gets to the Club and sits down with Gloria and Jeff, who try to ply him with champagne to loosen his tongue. He turns it down, and they start interrogating him about the buzz surrounding Chancellor Industries. Kevin scoffs that it's only his first day, besides, he has no intention of letting Katherine down again. Gloria notices his agitation and warns him he should just spill it now - she won't stop until she knows everything!