Sonya Eddy, longtime General Hospital actor, dies at 55

Eddy is best known for playing head nurse Epiphany Johnson on the soap opera, appearing in over 500 episodes.

LOS ANGELES – Actress Sonya Eddy, best known for her role as chief nurse Epiphany Johnson on the daytime soap opera “General Hospital,” has died at the age of 55.

Octavia Spencer first posted this on social media.

“My friend @sonyaeddy passed away last night. The world has lost another creative angel,” Spencer wrote in an Instagram post. “Her @Generalhospitalabc fans will miss her. My thoughts and prayers are with her loved ones, friends and fans!”

General Hospital executive producer Frank Valentini said he was “heartbroken” about Eddy’s death.

“I really love her not only as an actress but also as a friend. The light in the center of the nurse’s station will now dim a bit, but her spirit and light she will live forever on both our show and our set,” Valentini wrote. on Twitter.

Eddy has appeared on over 500 episodes of the series starting in 2006 and also appeared in the primetime spin-off show “General Hospital: Night Shift” from 2016 to 2019.

She also appeared in a number of other films and television shows throughout her career, such as “Joan of Arcadia”, “Married… with Children,” “Seinfeld” and “The Drew Carey Show”. , and many other movies.

Details of her death were not immediately released.

Words of gratitude from colleagues and fans began to pour in after the news of Eddy’s death.

General Hospital co-star Nancy Lee Grahn wrote: “Seeing the internet love for Sonya is proof of her amazing mark on this earth.” “She matters as a proud beautiful black woman, an actress, a humanitarian and a friend. She has let this world be seen, appreciated and loved. . That’s good.”

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Edmund DeMarche

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