Liz Sheridan, who played Jerry’s doting mother in Seinfeld, died at the age of 93

Liz Sheridan, who played a doting mother in the hit sitcom Jerry Seinfeld, died early Friday morning. She is 93 years old.
Sheridan’s long-time representative and friend Amanda Hendon said that Sheridan died in his sleep for natural reasons five days after his birthday on April 10. She did not provide further details, including where Sheridan lived.
Her role as Helen Song Fei is her most famous role, but she has worked on stage and screen for decades. Sheridan appeared in Broadway plays and musicals in the 1970s, including happy endings with Meryl Streep and ballroom.
“She has always been very grateful to her fans and is lucky to have worked in the entertainment industry for decades,” hunton said in a statement, including performing on her “one woman” show “Mrs. Seinfeld singing”.
Another song Fei’s mother, Estelle Harris, died on April 2 two weeks ago. Harris played the grumpy parents of George Costanza, who was only 93 at the time.
Sheridan had guest roles in the TV series cojak, Cagney and Lacey and family ties, and played the annoying neighbor Raquel okmonek in ALF from 1986 to 1990. She played her husband Morty with Barney Martin in Seinfeld from 1990 to 1998.
“How could anyone not like him?” Helen talked about her beloved Jerry.
“Liz has always been the cutest and best TV mother a son wants,” Song Fei said on twitter on Friday. “Every time she appears on our program, it’s the most comfortable feeling for me. It’s so lucky to know her.”
In an interview with the associated press in 1998, Sheridan talked about her love for the comedian.
“I’ll hug him and say goodbye. I’ll hug him and say hello,” she said. “I told him I loved him as if he were my son. He said, ‘I know. I love you and Barney as if you were my parents.'”
The actor’s films include “Eagle of law”, “forget Paris” and “wedding bell Blues”. The 2010 TV movie “the Rooney family” is her last work.
Sheridan, in her book vertigo and Jimmy, tells of a love affair with then unknown James Dean in the early 1950s. Sheridan, nicknamed dizzy, is a young nightclub dancer in New York City. When she met Dean. After they broke up, he became a star with films such as “rebellion for no reason”. He died in a car accident in 1955 at the age of 24.
New York born Elizabeth Ann Sheridan married jazz musician William Dale Wales, who died in 2003. According to hunton, Sheridan’s daughter and son-in-law survived.