Stars remember the life of “Seinfeld” and “Alf” actress Liz Sheridan, who died Friday of natural causes.
Sheridan’s rep, Amanda Hendon, confirmed Sheridan’s death to USA TODAY on Friday in a press release that said the actress “passed away peacefully in her sleep” less than a week after her 93rd birthday.
In “Seinfeld,” the New York-born actress played Jerry Seinfeld’s on-screen mother, Helen. Jerry Seinfeld remembered Sheridan as “the sweetest, kindest TV mom”.
“Liz has always been the sweetest, kindest TV mother a son could ever wish for. Every time she came on our show, it was the most comfortable feeling for me. How lucky the to have known”, Seinfeld wrote on Twitter.
Jason Alexander, who played Seinfeld friend George Costanza on the sitcom, remembered Sheridan as “graceful” and “graceful.”
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“Oh my god I just learned of Liz Sheridan’s passing,” Alexander wrote on Twitter. “She was such a gracious, gracious person and actress that you will never meet. A fascinating life. A wonderful woman. Rest well. #RIPLizSheridan.”
The “Seinfeld” Twitter account also paid tribute to the actress with a black and white photo of her.
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Sheridan isn’t the only “Seinfeld” star the TV world has lost recently. Estelle Harris, who played George Costanza’s mother (also named Estelle) died on April 2. Jerry Stiller, who played George’s father, Frank Costanza, died in May 2020.
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In the sci-fi comedy “Alf”, Sheridan played the eccentric neighbor Raquel Ochmonek.
friday the The page of the show “Alf” has been tweeted: “Goodbye Mrs. Ochmonek, and thank you for the laughs. The house will not be the same without you looking out the windows.”
The show’s social media account also posted a tribute from designer “Alf” Paul Fusco.
“She gave her all in every scene and rose to every comedic challenge. She was a lovely, sweet and wonderfully funny woman. I had the pleasure of sharing lots of laughs with her both on and off screen. screen,” Fusco wrote.