Estelle Harris, who exaggerated her way into the hearts of millions of “Seinfeld” fans under the name Estelle Costanza, passed away in the Palm Desert in California on Saturday. He is 93 years old.
Ms Harris’s agent announced the death of her son Glenn Harris in a statement.
In 27 episodes – beginning in 1992 with the fourth season of “Seanfield”, the show became a pop culture sensation and continued until its final episode in 1998 – when Ms Harris humiliated her son and abused someone on the show. The four main characters are George Costanza (Jason Alexander), and his father, Frank (Jerry Stiller)
When her character melts away, often in response to petty and crime, Mrs. Harris used a scream that was on the verge of death of a donkey’s urgency. His comedic style evoked paranoia and outrage, with his son responding to violations such as wearing the same button-down shirt five years after he bought it.
Estelle Nussbaum was born on April 22, 1928 in New York City, where her Polish-Jewish parents owned a candy store. He spent most of his childhood in a small coal mining town in Toronto, Pa. There, he endured antisemitic slander but found an expression on stage shows. His father, who said he “spoke in the king’s English,” insisted that he should learn discourse lessons from an early age.
He returned to New York in his late teens and later married Psy Harris, a window therapist. They had three children, and for some time, Mrs. Harris was a housewife.
Before his big break on “Seinfeld”, he made his way through social media and TV commercials. He also starred in other major roles as a character actor, including providing the voice of Mrs. Potato’s head, which included the film rights to “Toy Story”.
He lives with his children, three grandchildren and one great-grandson.
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