Liz Sheridan, Jerry's doppelganger on 'Seinfeld,' died at the age of 93

Liz Sheridan, Jerry's doppelganger on 'Seinfeld,' died at the age of 93 ...

Liz Sheridan, who played doting mother to Jerry Seinfeld on his hit comedy, died early Friday. She was 93.

Amanda Hendon, her long-time friend, said she died in her sleep due to natural causes five days after her April 10th birthday. She did not disclose further details, including where she lived.

Sheridan appeared on Broadway in plays and musicals in the 1970s, including "Happy End" with Meryl Streep and "Ballroom."

Hendon expresses his gratitude to her fans and expressed her joy to have enjoyed decades of training in entertainment industry, including performing in her one-woman show, "Mrs. Seinfeld Sings."

Estelle Harris, a "Seinfeld" mother, died on April 2 after being a hot-tempered father to Jason Alexander's George Costanza.

Sheridan played Raquel Ochmonek on "ALF" from 1986 to 1998, playing Barney Martin as her husband, and played host on several television shows.

How could anyone not be pleased with him? Helen said of her beloved Jerry.

The actress appeared in several films including Legal Eagles, Forget Paris and Wedding Bell Blues. The film The Rooneys from 2010 was one of her last films.

Sheridan, nicknamed Dizzy, shared a common sense with James Dean in her upcoming book "Dizzy & Jimmy." He became a star of several films including "Rebel Without a Cause." He died in a car accident in 1955, at the age of 24.

Sheridan, a New York native, was married to jazz musician William Dale Wales, who died in 2003. Sheridan is survived by her daughter and sister-in-law, according to Hendon.

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