Estelle Harris Movies and Career Information
Apr 04, 1932
New York City
Estelle Harris (born April 4, 1928) is an American actress and comedienne, best-known for her role as Estelle Costanza on the TV series Seinfeld from 1992 to 1998. Harris was born Estelle Nussbaum in New York City in 1928, the daughter of Anna and Isaac Nussbaum, who owned a candy store. Married to Sy Harris since 1953, Harris is the mother of three, including disabled former New York City police officer, Taryn Harris. Estelle and Sy Harris escaped serious injury after their car blew a tire and flipped twice outside Los Angeles on September 20, 2001. She is best-known for her supporting role as Estelle Costanza, George's (Jason Alexander) mother and Frank's (Jerry Stiller) wife on Seinfeld, her voice role in Toy Story 2 and Toy Story 3 as Mrs. Potato Head, and her role as Muriel on The Suite Life of Zack & Cody. She has voiced such characters as Lula, the enchanted sword from Dave the Barbarian, Mama Lipsky on Kim Possible, Thelma on The Proud Family, Old Lady Bear in Brother Bear (2003), Audrey the Chicken in Home on the Range (2004), Death's Mother on Family Guy, and Mrs. Halverstat on iCarly.