Fan-favorite GENERAL HOSPITAL actress Sonya Eddy (Epiphany) shared some sad news with her fans on social media when she expressed her disappointment over the cancellation of THOSE WHO CAN’T, the TruTV series on which she played the recurring role of Tammy Sherman. “So, the news is in,” she wrote, retweeting a video announcing the news from series creator/writer/actor Ben Roy. “I can’t tell all the fans of THOSE WHO CAN’T how much I loved being a part of this! My deepest gratitude to every single one of you!”
THOSE WHO CAN’T, a sitcom following a group of dysfunctional high school teachers, originally premiered in February of 2016, and ran for three seasons on TruTV. Eddy played Tammy, the secretary to the principal of the school, often the only sane person in the entire building! “To my beloved castmates, Adam Cayton-Holland, Andrew Overdahl, Ben Roy, Maria Thayer, Rory Scovel, Randy and Jason Sklar, Susie Essman, Patton Oswalt, and the list goes on," she tweeted. "I love you all to the moon and back!”
When Roy expressed his love for Eddy in a tweet calling her “a constant light on set,” she returned the sentiment. “THOSE WHO CAN’T will always have a place in my heart because it led me to you, my friend!” she declared. “Working with you will always be a career highlight I’ll forever look on with joy! Baby, you are awesome!”
Eddy doesn’t appear on GH that much currently, but she’s been keeping busy with side projects like roles in FRESH OFF THE BOAT, CRAZY EX-GIRLFRIEND, and Pee-Wee’s Big Holiday. And we have no doubt that she’ll be continuing to demonstrate her talents in plenty more TV series and movies in the future, so stay tuned and we let you know what they are!
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