Franco Baldwin and Nina Reeves
Roger Howarth and Michelle Stafford as
Franco Baldwin and Nina Reeves
General Hospital
Couple nickname NiCo
Marriage/relationship dates Jan - Apr 2015 (dated)
Jul 2015 - Apr 2016
Status Ex-Lovers
Age at wedding or meeting Franco (44)
Nina (45)
Gender Male, Female
Couple residence The Brownstone
1424 Elm Street, #12
Port Charles, New York (Franco)
Wyndemere Castle
Spoon Island
Port Charles, New York (Nina)

Franco Baldwin and Nina Reeves are fictional characters and a fictional couple on the ABC daytime soap opera General Hospital.

Casting and Music

Franco has been portrayed by actor Roger Howarth since May 13, 2013. The role was originated by James Franco (2009-12).

The role of Nina was originated by veteran soap actress, Michelle Stafford on May 1, 2014.

When the couple made love for the first time in January 2016, the song "Tell Me One Thing" by Rie Sinclair, was played for them.



Making love

Franco is the son of attorney, Scott Baldwin and super villain, Heather Webber.

Nina is the daughter of the late, Mr. Reeves and his widow, the late socialite, Madeline Reeves.

Franco was the second man she slept with, her late ex-husband, Dr. Silas Clay being the first.


Franco and Nina met for the first time in Rafe's room when he walks in on her yelling at a brain dead Rafe. They meet again in his art therapy room. They eventually get stuck in an elevator together where he finds out that she can walk.

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  1. Revealed on July 1, 2014 … ... "Michael: Okay, you know what? Fine. Fine. Have it your way. Yes, I'd like to report trespassers on my property. 1424 elm street. No, nobody's in danger...yet. No, I don't think the offenders are violent."
  2. ... House number 12.
  3. Madeline put Nina in a coma because her husband left all of the money in his will to Nina. Which would mean he's dead as Nina inherited the money.
  4. On August 28, 2018, Nina received a call from Pentonville that revealed Madeline was dead …

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