After her mother’s death, she took up the responsibility of taking care of her family of two including her father and brother.
She completed high school from the Lutcherstark High School situated in Orange, Texas.
They would be like, ‘Oh, your daughter is such a good student. But this month, she has a role in “Jersey Boys,” the film adaptation — directed by Clint, no less — of the hit Broadway show about the rise of Frankie Valli and the Four Seasons.
She’s so creative.’ And I’d be like, are you kidding me? Francesca plays a waitress who flirts with one of the band members, and it was her father’s idea that she audition.
Fisher was born in Milford on Sea, Hampshire, England, the daughter of American parents Olga Rosine (née Moen), a housewife, and William Irving "Bill" Fisher, Sr, an oil refinery construction superintendent.
She is known best for her portrayal of Deborah ‘Red’ Saxon on the opera The Edge of Night as well as the portrayal of strong women on the TV and the film fraternity.Fisher's technique worked, she got the part and the rest, as they say, is history. I just felt really connected to Ruth and very confident in how I would portray her," Fisher told UPl, recalling how she got Cameron and various other members of the filmmaking team to hop up on the table during her audition for the role of a Philadelphia socialite on the brink of financial ruin."He understood my passion for the character and my portrayal of her was what he wanted because I ended up getting the role," she added.The ABC daytime soap opera, The Edge of Night, portrayed her as Deborah Saxon and was her noted role on television.She appeared next in other TV productions like the Roseanne, Newhart, In the Heat of the Night, Matlock, Strange Luck and Becker.