Maggie's mother is the infamous Cecile DePoulignac. Maggie has visited her mother throughout her life. Cecile has a hard time accepting the fact that she is a mother and her relationship with Maggie is somewhat strained, though there is no loss of love.
Maggie was shocked when Cecile showed up for a visit in late 1995. She was even further shocked when Cecile arranged to have her kidnapped so that Cecile could get her hands on the ransom money. Maggie got her revenge by faking her death. When she showed up alive, she vowed never to become like her mother.
Sandy Cory is Maggie's father. He visited Bay City for one week in June 1993, when he gave permission for Maggie to live in the Cory mansion in Bay City. Father and daughter are somewhat distant. Maggie felt neglected because Sandy had spent so much time with his business and so little with her.
In 1996, Cecile revealed that Cass Winthrop was Maggie's biological father. She got close to Cass very quickly and was overjoyed that she now had a father that showed interest in her. She was devastated when a few months later Cecile pulled the rug out from under her by telling her that Cass was not in fact her real father.
Maggie has a half-brother on her father's side, Alex Cory. Alex was seen as a baby for two years in the mid-eighties before moving to San Francisco with Maggie and his parents. He has not been seen in Bay City since, and it is not known what his relationship with Maggie is like.
Elena DePoulignac, maternal grandmother. Louis St. George (RIP), maternal grandfather. Miriam Sanderson (RIP), paternal grandmother. Mac Cory (RIP), paternal grandfather. Donna Sanderson, half-aunt. Iris Wheeler, half-aunt. Paulina Cory Carlino, half-aunt. Amanda Cory, half-aunt. Dennis Wheeler, half-cousin. Remy Woods, half-cousin. Alli Fowler, half-cousin. Dante Carlino, half-cousin. Alfred Cory, great-uncle. Neal Cory, second cousin. Adam Cory, second cousin. Sarah Matthews Wheeler, second-half-cousin.
(Married in November 1996.)
Mags and Raf got off to a bad start when he kidnaped her on New Year's Eve. She directed her wrath toward her mother, and pretended to be interested in Rafael to upset her mother. Rafael was attracted to Maggie, especially her trust fund. They made plans to run away together, but after arguing in the seedy motel room, they aborted those plans.
Maggie then focused her attentions on Nick Hudson. Rafael's attempt at stealing money from Carl Hutchins came crashing down around his ears, and now whenever he saw Maggie dollar signs danced in his vision. Despite his attempts to charm, or deceive her, Maggie wasn't the least bit interested in him.
Stepping up his plans to get his hands on her trust fund, Rafael enlisted Nick's help in curing Maggie of her obsession with him. It worked, and now Rafael's smooth talking was able to penetrate Maggie's thick skull. He convinced her to run off and elope, and was able to finagle out of signing a pre-nuptial agreement. They were married off-screen in Spain.
Maggie had a major crush on Dean when she first came to town. Though she tried to get between him and his girlfriend, Jenna Norris, she didn't succeed.
Maggie now realizes that she never had any true feelings for Dean and looks back on the relationship with mingled amusement and embarrassment. She and Dean have since become friends.
In December 1994 Dean invited Maggie to join him on the set of his musical in New York City. Dean helped her deal with a rough patch in her relationship with Tomas Rivera. They also sang on stage together.
Maggie fell for Ian in 1993 when he took a job with the San Francisco branch of the Cory family. Maggie followed him when he came to Bay City and hid from her family using the alias Joy Lamont. Ian used her to spy on Ryan.
In 1993 Maggie flirted with Morgan at the Daily Grind Halloween party.
CURRENT AND FORMER OCCUPATIONS
Maggie is an accomplished singer. She was heavily involved in singing on Dean Frame's album in 1993. Though not a professional singer, Maggie will often sing as a sideline, such as when she sang during the opening night of the Harbor Club.
She worked as a gopher at The Herald, for about five minutes. She was also a volunteer candy striper at BCGH for several years.
Maggie was an on-again, off-again student at university before quitting in 1996.