Know About Sonya Eddy Of General Hospital: Night Shift.
About Sonya Eddy
Sonya Eddy was an American actress born on June 17, 1967 and expired on December 19, 2022.
She died at the age of 55.
Eddy was born in Concord, California on June 17, 1967.
She majored in theater and dance at University of California, Davis and received her B.A. in 1992. Eddy was a licensed vocational nurse (LVN).
Eddy made her acting debut in the Ruby Dee’s play Zora Is My Name in 1990.
Other stage credits included The Comedy of Errors, The Witch in Stephen Sondheim’s Into the Woods and Bloody Mary in South Pacific.
She moved to Los Angeles and appeared in such sitcoms as Married… with Children, The Drew Carey Show, Murphy Brown, Seinfeld and Home Improvement. From 2004 to 2005, she had a recurring role on Joan of Arcadia.
In 2006, Eddy began playing Epiphany Johnson on General Hospital on a recurring basis.
From 2007 to 2008, she was a regular cast member on the spin-off, General Hospital: Night Shift. From 2016 to 2019, she played Tammy in the truTV comedy series, Those Who Can’t.
Was Sonya Eddy married?
As per our information she was not married. She kept her family and personal life very private.
Death Of Sonya Eddy
Sonya Eddy, a veteran actress best known for her performance as nurse Epiphany Johnson on the soap opera “General Hospital,” has died, the show announced in a tribute post.
“General Hospital” executive producer Frank Valentini said in a statement posted to the ABC soap’s verified Instagram account that he was “heartbroken about the loss.”
“I truly loved her, not only as an actress, but as a friend,” the post read. “The lights in the hub of the nurse’s station will now be a little dimmer, but her spirit and light will live on in both the show and our set.”
No information on the cause of her death was shared.
Eddy had appeared in several TV shows since the mid-’90s, with credits including “Murphy Brown,” “Seinfeld,” “ER,” “Felicity,” “Fresh Off the Boat” and “Pen15.”
She also played small parts in various films over the years, including in “Patch Adams,” “Matchstick Men” and “V/H/S/99.”
Eddy began her time on “General Hospital” in 2006, appearing in nearly 550 episodes of the long-running soap.
Actress Octavia Spencer posted a tribute to Eddy on Tuesday.
“The world lost another creative angel. Her legions of @generalhospitalabc fans will miss her,” Spencer wrote in her Instagram post. “My thoughts and prayers are with her loved ones, friends, and fans!”
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