Jerry Seinfeld greeted Liz Sheridan, “the most beautiful mother on television,” who died at the age of 93.
An American comedian who co-starred with Sheridan in the eponymous Sitcom Seinfeld said he was lucky to know the actress.
Sheridan died of natural causes five days after her birthday on April 10, after her friend and longtime representative Amanda Hendon.
Liz has always been the best and sweetest TV mom a boy can ask for. Every time he came to our show, it was the most comfortable feeling for me. I am very lucky to know him. pic.twitter.com/ae9TDHQILU
— Jerry Seinfeld (@JerrySeinfeld) April 15, 2022
She played Helen, Seinfeld’s affectionate mother, in a popular comedy.
“Liz has always been the sweetest and kindest TV mom a boy can ask for,” Seinfeld wrote on Twitter, sharing a photo of the couple.
“Every time he came to our show, it was the most comfortable feeling for me.
“I’m very lucky to know him.”
In addition to his famous role in Seinfeld, Sheridan also has a prolific stage career.
He starred on Broadway in the 1970s, performing in plays and musicals such as Meryl Streep and Ballroom’s Happy End.