Sonya Eddy Obituary, Death – Eddy’s actor friend Octavia Spencer revealed the news of his passing on Tuesday via her Instagram account, saying, “Yesterday evening, my friend @sonyaeddy died away. Another creative angel has left the planet, and it is for the worse. Her countless fans at @generalhospitalabc will undoubtedly miss her. During this trying time, my thoughts and prayers are with her family, friends, and supporters.”

“I’m devastated to hear of the demise of the amazing @TheRealSonyaEd. She was not only an actress I admired, but a personal friend as well. It is stated that although the nurse’s spirit and light will no longer be a part of the play or our set, the lights at the nurse’s station’s central hub will gradually decrease.” We would like to send our deepest sympathies to her family, friends, and the General Hospital audience on behalf of the entire cast and crew.” We will miss her a lot, for sure.

I must share the awful news of the passing of my business partner, soulmate, and best friend Sonya Eddy with the heaviest heart “According to Eddy’s business partner, who established Eddy Ford Entertainment alongside the actress. Each and every individual she dealt with, both on and off screen, was left with an enduring impression. There is currently no information available regarding the death’s cause.

Eddy, who was raised in Concord, California, began her acting career by co-starring with Ruby Dee in Zora Is My NameWest !’s Coast premiere. She has also been on stage in performances of The Crucible, Pericles, Into the Woods, and South Pacific, the latter of which garnered her an Arty Award. She has also performed in Comedy of Errors in the theater. The character of Epiphany Johnson, which Eddy performed on General Hospital, garnered her the most fame. It is expected that the final episode in which she plays the nurse will air in November 2020.

She made her debut as a star on the long-running soap opera in March 2006. She also portrayed the same role in the SOAPnet soap opera serial General Hospital: Night Shift from 2007. Although Eddy had a career in both cinema and television, his recurring roles on the series ER, Joan of Arcadia, The Drew Carey Show, Glee, and Seinfeld are what made him most famous. Early in the 1970s was when his career began. She has also appeared in a number of other films and television shows, including “Reba,” “PEN15,” “A Black Lady Sketch Show,” “CSI,” “Everybody Hates Chris,” “Daybreak,” “Malcolm in the Middle,” “The Last Days of Ptolemy Grey,” and “Malcolm in the Middle.”