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Variety reports:

Liz Sheridan, the actor best know for her role as Jerry Seinfeld’s mother Helen in the classic sitcom “Seinfeld,” died on Friday, a representative confirmed to Variety. She was 93.
Born in 1929, Sheridan got her start as a nightclub act, earning a living by dancing and playing in both New York City and Caribbean clubs.

During her time as a nightclub act, she had a romantic relationship with James Dean pre-fame and would write about their relationship in her memoir “Dizzy & Jimmy.”

Outside of the core four main characters, Sheridan was the only cast member of “Seinfeld” who appeared in all nine seasons of the show’s run, making her first appearance in the second episode of the show in 1990. She would make 21 appearances in the series, acting opposite Barney Martin, who played Jerry’s father, Morty.

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