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Comedian, actor, and writer Jerry Seinfeld is best known for starring in "Seinfeld," the '90s sitcom detailing the life experiences and blunders of four friends living in New York City. In addition to his mega-successful standup comedy and TV acting career, Seinfeld also lent his instantly recognizable voice to the 2007 animated film "Bee Movie," which he also wrote and produced.
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Wale’s ‘More About Nothing’ Mixtape Is Coming To Streaming Services Thanks To Help From Jerry Seinfeld

A year before he released his first album with Rick Ross’ Maybach Music Group, Wale gave fans one of their favorite projects from him with his sixth mixtape, More About Nothing. The project is a highlight release from the blog era and it’s one that arrived two years after Wale’s fourth mixtape The Mixtape About Nothing. Comprised of 21 songs, the project is inspired by Seinfield, one of Wale’s favorite shows, and each song follows the naming format for the show itself by starting each title with the word “The.” More About Nothing is also laced with audio clips from various episodes of Seinfield.
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Jerry Seinfeld And Jason Alexander Pay Tribute After Famous TV Mom Liz Sheridan Dies At 93

Liz Sheridan had a long entertainment career filled with many notable pivots. But it was her work as a TV actress on iconic shows like ALF and Seinfeld that endeared her to millions of television viewers. Her role as Jerry Seinfeld’s overprotective mother, Helen, on the latter series was arguably her most memorable role. With this, it would only make sense for her TV son to pay tribute to her after hearing of her death at age 93. And co-star Jason Alexander paid his respects as well.
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Jerry Seinfeld Paid Tribute To The Late Liz Sheridan, Who Played His Ever-Doting Mother On His Classic Show

Liz Sheridan, best known for playing Jerry’s mom Helen on Seinfeld, has passed away in her home in New York City. She was 93. Though she didn’t become a household fixture until middle age, Sheridan led a colorful life. Born in New York City in 1929 to a concert pianist father and a singer mother, she naturally gravitated towards show business. She started out as a dancer and spent much of her early career working in the Caribbean. In the early ‘50s, she met and for a time dated an up-and-coming actor named James Dean. They split before his career took off. Sheridan wrote about their relationship in her memoir, Dizzy & Jimmy: My Life With James Dean, a Love Story.
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Jerry Seinfeld pays tribute to ‘TV mom’ Liz Sheridan following her death aged 93

Jerry Seinfeld has paid tribute to the “nicest TV mom” Liz Sheridan, who has died aged 93.The US comedian, who starred alongside Sheridan in his eponymous sit-com Seinfeld, said he was lucky to have known the actress.Sheridan died in her sleep from natural causes, five days after her birthday on April 10, her friend and long-time representative Amanda Hendon.Liz was always the sweetest, nicest TV mom a son could wish for. Every time she came on our show it was the coziest feeling for me. So lucky to have known her. pic.twitter.com/ae9TDHQILU— Jerry Seinfeld (@JerrySeinfeld) April 15, 2022She played Seinfeld’s...
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Jerry Seinfeld Shares Tribute to On-Screen Mom Liz Sheridan

Earlier today, the sad news broke that actor Liz Sheridan had passed away at age 93. Sheridan was best known for playing the nosey neighbor, Raquel Ochmonek, on ALF as well as Jerry Seinfeld's mom, Helen Seinfeld, on Seinfeld. Throughout her career, Sheridan appeared in many other iconic television shows including Archie Bunker's Place, St. Elsewhere, Newhart, Moonlighting, The A-Team, One Day at a Time, Who's the Boss, Hill St. Blues, Cagney & Lacey, Family Ties, and Murder, She Wrote. Many people have taken to social media today to pay tribute to Sheridan, including her on-screen son.
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