By LYNN ELBER, AP Television Writer
LOS ANGELES (AP) — Liz Sheridan, who played doting mother to Jerry Seinfeld on his hit sitcom, died early Friday. She was 93.
Sheridan died in her snooze from normal results in, 5 times soon after her April 10 birthday, mentioned Amanda Hendon, her longtime representative and friend. She did not deliver further more details, like where by Sheridan was living.
Her “Seinfeld” position as Helen was her ideal regarded but adopted a long time of work on stage and display. In the 1970s, Sheridan appeared on Broadway in performs and musicals, the latter which include “Happy End” with Meryl Streep and “Ballroom.”
“She was constantly extremely grateful to her followers and felt blessed to have liked a long time of perform in the amusement small business,” including undertaking in her one-female present, “Mrs. Seinfeld Sings,” Hendon reported in a statement.
Another “Seinfeld” mother, Estelle Harris, died two weeks back on April 2. Harris, who performed incredibly hot-tempered guardian to Jason Alexander’s George Costanza, also was 93.
Sheridan experienced visitor roles on Tv series which includes “Kojak,” “Cagney & Lacey” and “Family Ties,” and performed the pesky neighbor Raquel Ochmonek on “ALF” from 1986 to 1990. She was on “Seinfeld” for the show’s 1990 to 1998 operate, participating in reverse Barney Martin as her spouse, Morty.
“How could anybody not like him?” Helen claimed of her beloved Jerry.
“Liz was constantly the sweetest, nicest Tv mom a son could wish for,” Seinfeld explained Friday on Twitter. “Every time she arrived on our present it was the coziest experience for me. So fortunate to have recognized her.”
In a 1998 interview with The Associated Push, Sheridan reviewed how fond she had become of the comic.
“I’ll hug him to say goodbye, and I’ll hug him to say good day,” she reported. “I instructed him I really like him like he was my son. He reported, ‘I know. I adore you and Barney like you have been my father and mom.’ ”
The actor appeared in films which includes “Legal Eagles,” “Forget Paris” and “Wedding Bell Blues.” The 2010 Tv movie “The Rooneys” was among her closing credits.
In her guide “Dizzy & Jimmy,” Sheridan recounted a romance in the early 1950s with a then-mysterious James Dean. Sheridan, nicknamed Dizzy, was a young nightclub dancer in New York City when she fulfilled Dean. Right after they split, he grew to become a star with films including “Rebel With no a Lead to.” He died in a auto crash in 1955, at age 24.
Born Elizabeth Ann Sheridan, the New York native was married to jazz musician William Dale Wales, who died in 2003. Sheridan is survived by her daughter and son-in-legislation, in accordance to Hendon.
AP Writers Andrew Dalton in Los Angeles and Ed Donahue in Washington, D.C., contributed to this report.
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