Jason Alexander honors Seinfeld star Estelle Harris

Estelle Harris and Jason Alexander in 2003

Estelle Harris and Jason Alexander in 2003
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In a series of tweets by an actor Jason Alexander I remembered him Seinfeld Co-starring Estelle Harris next one her death On the 2nd of April.

In the hit NBC series, Harris portrayed Estelle Costanza — the arrogant mother to Alexander George Costanza –In 27 episodes throughout the show. She frequently performed the guest role alongside her Jerry Stiller, who played her husband and father, George Frank Costanza.

“One of my favorite people has passed away –Alexander tweeted. “It was fun playing with her and enjoying her great laughter. I adore you Estelle. Love to your family. Serenity now and always. #RIPEstelleHarris.”

meIn another tweet, Alexander added, “Thank you all for your kind and lovely messages and #EstelleHarris memories. She will be so touched. Like me and as she says, ‘Why can’t you be more like Lloyd Brown!! ???”

Harris became an actor Later in her life after she raised her three children, He made her acting debut in the movie Linda Yellen seek in 1977. After being a commercial spokesperson and appearing in guest roles in such series night courtAnd the married and has childrenAnd the crazy of youAnd the Law and orderHarris will appear for the first time in Seinfeld Episode “The Contest”.

late actor He was also known for lending her vote for Toy Story Mrs. Potato Head Movies. She would go on to build a strong resume as a voice The actor appeared in FuturamaAnd the HerculesAnd the A man who loves family life And many more. Her last role was voicing Mrs. Potato Head in 2019 Toy Story 4.

The announcement her death of natural causes, came on Saturday from her son Glenn Harris. The news was confirmed to Delivery time.

“It is with great sadness and sadness that it is announced that Estelle Harris passed away this evening at 6:25 pm,” Harris said. “Her kindness, affection, sensitivity, sense of humor, sympathy and love were practically unrivaled, and she will be sorely missed by all who knew her.”

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