Liz Sheridan’s father Frank Sheridan was a classical pianist and her mother Elizabeth Poole-Jones was a concert singer. Her show business beginnings were in dance. Liz Sheridan’s first major role was on the show ALF, as nosy neighbor Raquel Ochmonek. She is most known for her role as Helen Seinfeld, mother of Jerry Seinfeld in the hit sitcom “Seinfeld.”
Liz Sheridan is an actress and the author of the book “Dizzy and Jimmy: My Life with James Dean, a Love Story.” The book tells the story of her love affair with the late actor James Dean.