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Fiona Glenanne (played by Gabrielle Anwar)is Michael Westen's ex-girlfriend. She has an Irish accent, however since she's moved to Miami she has hidden it, "not wanting to sound like a freakin Leprechaun". Although in the past, Sam crossed her, she has apparently let go and is willing to work with him.
Michael claims that Fiona is the closest he's ever gotten to a real relationship, but Michael was never able to commit.
Fiona keeps up with Michael's mother, often using it as leverage to annoy Michael.
USA keeps up a Fiona blog, where Fiona unleashes her own brand of revenge for injustices she sees.
Matt Nix on Fiona Glenanne:
The thing about the relationship with Fiona is…They are two people who really don't have anybody else that they can be with. Anybody else is going to be afraid of what Michael does, and it sort of turns her on, and anybody else for Michael is going to be uninteresting. He is attracted to her, but part of what we explore over the first season is that they really are attracted with each other, and yet there is a reason they broke up. She is an incredibly chaotic person who just thrives on disorder…Violence is foreplay for her.
USA Character Bio:
Fiona (Gabrielle Anwar) may look like she just stepped out of a fashion magazine but she's a force to be reckoned with. She was affiliated with the IRA for 14 years, but ran afoul of her old organization because she didn't like being told what to do. She has since gone out on her own, picking up odd jobs and using her skills in explosives, lock picking, tracking, weapons, and hand-to-hand combat to make a living.
Fiona is definitely a shoot first and asks questions later kind of gal. Her fearless nature is both enticing and dangerous, as she is capable of making things go "boom" very quickly. When Michael is dumped, battered and unconscious, in Miami, Fiona is called since she is still listed as his emergency contact. They were once romantically involved but that ended years before when Michael left her without an explanation. Fiona isn't used to being rejected and the end of their relationship left her with a bruised ego.
She decides to stay in Miami to help Michael, but her reasons aren't all work related. For a woman who considers a good head-butt to be foreplay, seducing men is second nature. Although Michael's reluctant to re-kindle a very complicated relationship, Fiona is a stubborn master strategist and won't stop till she gets her way.