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TV and theater star Liz Sheridan, who famously carried out Jerry’s motherHelen on “Seinfeld,” has died. She was 93.
Sheridan, whose full title was Elizabeth Ann Sheridan nonetheless who moreover passed by Dizzy, died “peacefully in her sleep from pure causes” early Friday morning and 5 days after her birthday, acknowledged her supervisor Amanda Hendon.
Her lack of life comes decrease than two weeks after that of her “Seinfeld” co-star, Estelle Harris, who carried out the mother of Jason Alexander’s George Costanza.
Sheridan purchased her start as a dancer residing in New York’s theater district. She later found work dancing in nightclubs and in summer-stock musicals, in response to her 2000 memoir, “Dizzy & Jimmy: My Life With James Dean: A Love Story.” The e-book was about her relationship with film star James Dean, who died in a automobile crash in 1955, and is being developed as a attribute film, Hendon acknowledged.
She moreover appeared in plenty of Broadway reveals, along with the 1977 musical “Joyful End” with Meryl Streep. She carried out the eccentric neighbor Mrs. Ochmonek on the Nineteen Eighties kids’s program “Alf” and voiced Mrs. Stillman in Louie Anderson’s autobiographical cartoon “Life With Louise.”
On the large show display, Sheridan starred in 1987’s “Who’s That Girl” with Madonna and the 2009 rom-com “Play the Recreation,” reverse late actors Andy Griffith and Doris Roberts.
Nevertheless the actor was best recognized for her recurring place on “Seinfeld,” the Emmy-winning sitcom that ran on NBC for 9 seasons from 1989 to 1998. She carried out Florida retiree Helen Seinfeld reverse Barney Martin’s Morty Seinfeld. She famously questioned how “anyone couldn’t like” her son however moreover scolded him for making out with a date whereas watching “Schindler’s Itemizing.”
Aside from the 4 lead strong members — Jerry Seinfeld, Julia Louis-Dreyfus, Jason Alexander and Michael Richards — Sheridan was reportedly the one performer to look in every season of the sitcom. She moreover carried out a one-woman current titled “Mrs. Seinfeld Sings.”
Sheridan is survived by a daughter and son-in-law.