“Liz has always been the sweetest, kindest TV mom a son could ever want,” the comedian and actor wrote on Twitter. “Every time she came to our show it made me feel so warm and comfortable. So lucky to have known her” (see tweet below).
Sheridan was already a veteran television and film actress when she was portrayed as Jerry’s adoring, protective, and sometimes stunning mother. Seinfeld. She recurred in thirty episodes of the NBC sitcom ALF From 1986 to 1990 and went on to appear in more than 20 episodes of “A Show About Nothing” – from episode 2 to the end of 1998.
Seinfeld Debuting on NBC as a summer alternative titled Seinfeld Chronicles in July 1989. From there, the series also starred Jason Alexander, Julia Louis-Dreyfus, and Michael Richards, but they came to a plum aftercheers 9:30 p.m. Thursday slot the following spring. The show’s popularity increased with each subsequent season, and the post-season finally broke into the top 25 of the Nielsen ratings in 1992-93 after cheers She wrapped up her run of Leviathan for 12 seasons.
Seinfeld took over cheers’ 9 p.m. for the 1993-94 season and finished #3 among all primetime shows. It would rank first or second overall for the remainder of its nine seasons, wrapping up in 1998.
Sheridan was the last surviving “father” of Seinfeld. Estelle Harris, who played Estelle the mother of George Costanza, He died just last weekand Jerry Stiller, who played Frank Costanza, Died in 2020. Barney Martin, who played Sheridan’s on-screen husband, Morty Seinfeld, died in 2005.
Liz has always been the sweetest, kindest TV mom her son could ever want. Every time she came to our show, it was the warmest feeling for me. Very lucky that I knew her. pic.twitter.com/ae9TDHQILU
– Jerry Seinfeld April 15, 2022
“How can anyone not love you?”
Rest in peace Liz Sheridan. pic.twitter.com/FxQtBjIYpK
– SeinfeldTV April 15, 2022
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