Sonya Eddy, star of "General Hospital," died at age 55.

Sonya Eddy, a veteran Actress, best known for her role as nurse Epiphany Johnson on the soap opera "General Hospital," has died at 55, the show announced in a tribute post.

General Hospital" Executive producer Frank Valentini expressed his "heartbreak" over the loss in a statement posted to the ABC soap's verified Instagram account.

"I truly loved her, not just as an Actress, but as a friend," said the post.

"The lights in the nurse's station hub will be dimmer now, 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."

Eddy joined "General Hospital" in 2006 and has since appeared in approximately 550 episodes of the storied soap opera.