The Heartbreaking Death Of Liz Sheridan
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Liz Sheridan
Liz Sheridan, a co-star on the '90s sitcom "Seinfeld," died at 93 years old in the early hours of April 15, 2022. Sheridan, who was born in New York on April 10, 1929, began her career as a nightclub performer before moving on to major roles on Broadway and television.
Broadway Baby
Sheridan began working on Broadway in the 1970s, playing roles in plays such as "Frank Merriwell," "Hurry Harry," "Something's Afoot," "Best Friend," "Happy End," "Ballroom," and "Once Catholic." This stage of her life would last for about a decade, until she was attracted to Hollywood by the prospect of television jobs.
Television Star
Sheridan would be fortunate enough to work on some of television's most famous shows, including "Kojak," "The White Shadow," and "Gimme A Break.” She was cast as Jerry Seinfeld’s mother, Helen, on the NBC sitcom “Seinfeld” in 1991, and she appeared on every season of the series.
Personal Life
During Sheridan’s time in the Caribbean, she visited Puerto Rico in 1960, where she met a jazz guitarist named William Wales, better known as Dale. They quickly bonded, but didn't marry until their 25th anniversary in December 1985. They had one daughter, a photographer, and lived a happy life until Wales died of lung cancer on May 24, 2003.