Jerry Seinfeld’s TV Mom Liz Sheridan Dead at 93 https://t.co/PoxejUUzpE
— TMZ (@TMZ) April 15, 2022
Sheridan’s decades-long career as an actress was highlighted by her time on “Seinfeld” in the role of Helen Seinfeld, Jerry’s overprotective, loving mother, according to TMZ. She mesmerized fans with her famous catchphrase from the show, “How could anyone not like him?” reported the outlet. Sheridan appeared in 20 episodes of the show, including the 1998 finale, according to Deadline.
Sheridan also played the role of Raquel Ochmonek, the grouchy, unforgettable neighbor on the family sitcom “ALF,” and appeared in three dozens episodes between 1986-1990, according to the outlet. (RELATED: Estelle Harris, Famous Actress From ‘Seinfeld,’ Passes Away At Age Of 93)
Liz Sheridan, the veteran actress best known for playing Jerry Seinfeld’s mother on ‘Seinfeld’ and also recurred on ‘ALF’ and appeared in several Broadway shows, died today in New York City. She was 93 https://t.co/04RzjqJ38H
— Deadline Hollywood (@DEADLINE) April 15, 2022