Who Was Liz Sheridan?

Television audiences are paying tribute to actress Liz Sheridan for her role as Jerry Seinfeld’s mother, Helen, on his self-titled hit series.

Seinfeld fans were shocked to learn of Liz Sheridan’s death and are curious to learn more about her legacy and death.

Liz Sheridan played Jerry’s mother, Helen, on Seinfeld

Who Was Liz Sheridan and What Was Her Cause of Death?

She died of natural causes just five days after her 93rd birthday, TMZ reported.

Born on April 10, 1929 in Rye, New York, Sheridan’s first breakthrough on television came with her role as Mrs. Ochmonek, the nosy neighbor, on Alien Life Form.

ALF revolved around Gordon Shumway, an alien from the planet Melmac who follows a ham radio signal to Earth and crash-lands in the garage of the Tanners, a middle-class suburban family living in California’s San Fernando Valley.

After ALF, Sheridan secured her most prominent and enduring role as Jerry’s mother, Helen, on Seinfeld.


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