Bob Newhart will be make a guest appearance on CBS’s hit sitcom, The Big Bang Theory.
The six-time Emmy nominated star of The Bob Newhart Show and Newhart will portray Professor Proton, a TV science personality who hosted a children’s show.
Big Bang characters Sheldon (Jim Parsons) and Leonard (Johnny Galecki) were big fans of the show, according to producers Bill Prady and Steven Molaro, and when Sheldon discovers the professor can be hired to appear at events, he books Newhart’s character...Read Full Story
By: Piper Meeks, Guest Contributor
Humor and perseverance: a winning combo? I think so. Well, at least when it comes to people I’d like to meet. This week I decided to focus on two Texans who have climbed their way to fame through hard work and determination that I think will undoubtedly lead to even bigger and better things for them.
Native Houstonian James “Jim” Parsons is a television and film actor best known for his role as Sheldon Cooper on the sitcom The Big Bang Theory...Read Full Story
Jim Parsons is featured in GQ‘s March 2013 issue, out on newsstands now!!
Parsons talks style – The No-Strings Theory – a pair of laceless loafers, the quickest, most stylish way out the door this spring? He also discusses his work schedule.
“You are up in the morning, done by early afternoon, and have summers off. It’s like being a schoolteacher,” the 39-year-old actor shared about being on the Big Bang Theory.
Jim added, “My mother and sister are schoolteachers. Of course, they work much...Read Full Story
Jim Parsons revealed his sexuality in a NY Times profile . The Big Bang Theory actor confessed that he is involved in a 10 year relationship with his boyfriend.
Award-winning actor Jim Parsons reveals he’s gay and in a 10-year relationship, according to a New York Times profile.
Parsons, best-known as Sheldon Cooper on the CBS sitcom The Big Bang Theory, discusses his work in last year’s production of The Normal Heart, Larry Kramer’s searing chronicle of the AIDS epidemic in New York...Read Full Story
Sheldon Cooper might have wanted to celebrate an Emmy nomination with a Settlers of Catan tournament or a pilgrimage to the comic book shop, but actor Jim Parsons had a much simpler plan Thursday to enjoy his fourth nomination for lead actor in a comedy series for “The Big Bang Theory.”
He said he plans to perform in “Harvey,” the play he’s starring in on Broadway. “I’ll also celebrate with my new favorite drink, a green juice I’m addicted to at a juice bar near me,” he said. “I know it...Read Full Story