Sonya Eddy’s cause of death. …It’s with great sadness that we share the news of General Hospital star Sonya Eddy’s sudden passing. Sonya played the iconic head nurse Epiphany Johnson since 2006.
GH spoilers reveal an interesting piece of information about Sonya. We learned before she played a Nurse on GH, Sonya wanted to become a lawyer. The actress admitted she didn’t want to be an actor. But, “something bigger” she was pushed into. Sonya admitted acting, “is really something that I feel like I was pushed into. … This was a God thing. This was not a choice,” she said. “I didn’t want to be an actor. I tried not to be an actor. But something bigger had a better idea than I did.”
General Hospital news and spoilers reports reveal Sonya Eddy’s cause of death. According to friend Tyler Ford, Sonya died after a non-emergency surgical procedure. She went in for surgery on December 9th and was released from the hospital on the 11th. Following her return home, GH star became ill and returned to Providence St. Joseph’s Hospital in Burbank on the 15th. Then, an infection developed after surgery which became uncontainable. Consequently, Sonya was placed on life support on Monday.
Friend of Sonya and fellow actor Octavia Spencer broke the news on social media. On Tuesday, Spencer announced Sonya had died on Monday.
We continue to keep Sonya Eddy and all the lives she touched in our prayers.
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