Sunday, January 29, 2023

Actress Sonya Eddy of “General Hospital” Passes Away at 55

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I am devastated by the passing of the amazing Sonya Eddy. She was not just a talented actress; she was also a dear friend to me. The heart of the nurse’s station will now have a little less light, but the show and our set will continue to feature her vitality and light.

We offer her family, friends, and supporters our sincere condolences on behalf of the entire GH cast and crew. She is greatly missed. In a statement, “General Hospital” executive producer Frank Valentini remarked. Follow For More Updates at satiknews.com

Sonya Eddy Cause of Death

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As the blunt, no-nonsense nurse, Eddy joined the long-running medical drama in 2006. He performed the part for 543 episodes, making an appearance as late as this past October. The mother of Stan Johnson (played by Kiko Ellsworth), who was killed off from the show in 2007 as a result of a mob hit, the character worked as the chief nurse. Eddy was a registered vocational nurse in real life.

Tyler Ford, her co-producer at Eddy Ford Entertainment, stated in a statement that she “left an everlasting impact in every person that she touched, through the screen and off.”

Who was Sonya Eddy?

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She started her acting career in college while studying dance and theatre at the University of California, Davis. She was born on June 17, 1967, in Concord, California. She graduated with a bachelor of arts in 1992, but she started her acting career in 1990 with Ruby Dee’s play “Zora Is My Name.” The Comedy of Errors, The Witch in Stephen Sondheim’s “Into the Woods,” and Bloody Mary in “South Pacific” are among Eddy’s notable theatre credits.

Sonya Eddy Biography

She has appeared in episodes of “Married… With Children,” “The Drew Carey Show,” “Murphy Brown,” “Seinfeld,” “Home Improvement,” and a recurring part in “Joan of Arcadia” over the course of her television career. In addition to her long-running role as Epiphany Johnson on “General Hospital,” Eddy also portrayed the character in the show’s short-lived primetime spinoff series, General Hospital: Night Shift. For the latest news, follow us on Google News

Actress Octavia Spencer, an acquaintance of Eddy’s, posted on Instagram, saying, “The world lost another brilliant angel.” She will be missed by her hordes of “General Hospital” admirers.

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