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May 16 saw the premiere of the final episodes of The Big Bang Theory. The series gained immense popularity: in the USA alone, about 13 million viewers watched the last season. We also fell in love with Sheldon, Leonard, Penny and other heroes, for whom we experienced and rejoiced for almost 12 years.
Johnny Galecki began acting in The Big Bang Theory when he was 32. And his hero Leonard Hofstedter, a gifted physicist at Princeton University with IQ 173, turned 27 at the beginning of his first season. Despite his young age, he already had a doctorate in experimental physics. From the very beginning, he sets himself the goal of getting the heart of a pretty neighbor Penny.
By the way, initially, Johnny was supposed to play Sheldon Cooper, but he decided that the role of Leonard suits him more. In the 12 years since the start of the series, Galecki managed to appear in the film “In Time”, and in 2017 he played in the horror film “Rings”. Johnny has many spectacular fans, who are apparently attracted by the sharp mind and outstanding sense of humor of the actor, well, or a 150-hectare vineyard in California.
Simon Helberg played by Howard Wolowitz and went from a lustful engineer to an exemplary family man and a loving father. In 2014, Simon presented to the public his directorial debut - the comedy melodrama “We Will Not See Us Like Your Ears” (We'll Never Have Paris), in which, imitating Woody Allen, played a notorious Jew, acutely experiencing a midlife crisis.
Now the actor rarely appears in large-scale projects - only in such serious roles as, for example, in the drama Florence Foster Jenkins. Since 2007, Simon is married to an actress. Joslyn Towne, the spouses have two children.
Melissa Rausch played in The Big Bang Theory by Bernadette Rostenkovsky, a miniature scientist girl with a nasty voice. In 2010, Melissa entered the main composition of the sitcom, received a cameo role in the series “True Blood” (True Blood), and also starred in a candid photo shoot for Maxim magazine.
Melissa rarely appears on the screens, but in 2015 she wrote the script herself and produced the sports comedy “Bronze” (and she herself played the main role in it). The actress is married to a writer Victor Rausch , a couple raising a two year old daughter.
Jim Parsons became famous thanks to the role of Sheldon Cooper, which brought him the Golden Globe and an armful of Emmys. The charismatic Sheldon, who was originally supposed to be the annoying and ridiculous friend of the protagonist, turned into the brightest character in The Big Bang Theory and even got the main role in the spin-off of the series. Jim is also the producer of Young Sheldon.
Parsons, it seems, has not aged at all in 12 years: at 46, he still looks 20 and a little. Jim is openly gay, and in 2017, after ten years of relationship, he was married with an art director Todd Spivak.
Kaley Cuoco's Prom was a bit of a school musical
Kaley Cuoco is not a dumb blonde in real life. Although the actress never went to college, she was a little busy being a sitcom star to venture into the world of higher education. Instead, she graduated from high school early on and made the Forbes list of top-paid television actresses.
In an interview, Cuoco admitted that her beginning career, which began with Barbie commercials, made her “a little outcast” at school. Her classmates thought she was cooler than them, so she decided to leave and start home schooling in the fifth grade. This decision made her “much happier.” ”By the time she was 16, she had a high school diploma, according to CBS.
With high school out of the way, Cuoco had time to focus on her breakthrough role in ABC 8 Simple Rules ... for Dating My Teenage Daughter, series, 2002-2005. Although she never attended traditional high school, the actress got a small portion of her typical school experience when Ashley Tisdale invited her to a prom — it just didn't go the way she hoped. Let's be real: does graduation ever really justify the hype?
“I put on something simple to be understated,” she said. “But these terribly angry girls said:“ Oh, you think you're going to the Academy Award in your cool black dress? ”“ To be honest, I was happy that I was not attending this school. ”
Mayim Bialik can just play himself on the show
Mayim Bialik - the only actor The Big Bang Theories, which can completely resist its neuroscientist on the screen. Unlike her peers, children who follow the path of drunkenness and bankruptcy, Bialik received a doctorate in neurology.
Bialik’s path to education was unconventional. In 2017, she told National Geographic that she was inspired by her elementary school physics teacher, but left a regular school in favor of coaching on set from 14 to 19 years old because she starred in the hit sitcom Blossom. Even then, the actress knew that she wanted to go to college.
According to CNN, Bialik left for the University of California, Los Angeles immediately after graduating from Blossom in 1995. She received a degree in Neurobiology, Hebrew, and Judaism. During her doctoral research, she studied "obsessive-compulsive disorder in people with Prader-Willi syndrome" and studied the way the hypothalamus secretes oxytocin and vasopressin. She later used this knowledge to write a book about hormones involved in parent-child relationships.
Although Balik could be a scientist, she eventually gave up such a life to return to show business. Why? Hollywood is just easier for moms. “It was interesting to get a Ph.D. in 2007,” she told National Geographic. “But in terms of the time needed to raise my two sons, the actor’s flexible life was better than the long hours of a professor-researcher.”
Kunal Nayyar's degree was his backup plan.
Kunal Nayyar may not be such an astrophysicist as Raj Kutrappali, but he studied pretty well. The actor has a multicultural education and attended high school in India. After graduating from school, he left for the States with the support of his parents - a rather bold move for a teenager.
“My parents really inspired me to leave the house,” he told British Airways. “I think they found that it was very good for me to grow humanly. Honestly, I was not so much afraid as worried. I was 18 and I was going to a new country. ”
According to Temple University Alumni Association, the star originally pursued a more traditional career path at the University of Portland. He specialized in business, and in his spare time attended acting classes. If acting does not work, he will always have a solid diploma that you can rely on. Fortunately, Nayyar never needed B.'s plan. His acting hobby turned into a full-fledged career when the star received the Mark Twain Award for comic brilliance and scholarship in the Sundance Theater Laboratory. After completing the course, Nayyar continued his studies at the Ministry of Foreign Affairs in Temple. Today, he takes his place on the Forbes highest-paid television actors list.
Kevin Sasman rode out of the dot-com bubble
Staten Island has brought many treasures to the world - the Wu-Tan clan, Staten Island ferry, Pete Davidson and at least a quarter of Jersey Shore actors. It also brought us Kevin Sasman, who embodies the cute (and vaguely depressed) comic book owner in The Big Bang Theories Stuart Bloom.
Like Bloom, who studied at the prestigious Rhode Island School of Design, Sasman also attended art college. According to Staten Island Live, the star graduated from New Dorp High School, and studied for a year in his native area at Staten Island College. From there, he transferred to the American Academy of Dramatic Arts, a prestigious acting school in Manhattan that boasts graduates such as Grace Kelly and Johnny Knoxville.
After receiving a bachelor's degree, Bloom's acting success was not immediate. He had apprenticeship with actress Uta Hagen, then he joined the adult workforce as a computer consultant (as you might expect from one of his friends on the big bang theory). He worked in technology throughout the day and shot television commercials whenever he could.
“I meet all the requirements for the dot-com boom - I had big crazy hair,” he told Staten Island Live. As soon as his daytime work began to interfere with his listening, he was completely immersed in acting.
John Ross Bowie has an English degree
John Ross Bowie, who portrays the physicist Barry Kripke, was hardly an actor. Initially, he pursued everything except-including retaining work as a high school teacher, copywriter and bassist of the 90s punk band Egghead. It took him years to recognize his passion and take a decisive step.
“I grew up in the theater district of New York, which really did not allow me to become an actor, because I knew so many people who fought for it,” he told Spectrum. “In the end, I realized that I should at least try, otherwise I would never forgive myself for this.” I was 28 when I started making a living. ”
In many ways, Bowie had everything he needed to become a professional writer (of which he still exists if you check his IMDb loans). According to TCM, the actor earned an English degree from Ithaca College, where he worked at a college radio station. In 1998, he enrolled in acting classes at the New York Theater Brigade of Honest Citizens and began performing throughout the country with his troupe of comedy comedies. A replica of television commercials and a small role in the 2000s. Having played the waiter in a raunchy comedy, the star managed to consolidate a stable career in the world of television acting, including his main role in “silence” and his recurring role in the Big Bang Theory.
Laura Spencer holds a bachelor's degree
Laura Spencer was perhaps the busiest actor in the three years she spent as Emily Sweeney over big bang theory. She performed the double role of Raj's love interest, portraying Jessica Warren on the bones. A screen dermatologist may not have studied at the School of Medicine or studied forensic anthropology, like the smart characters she portrays, but she received a bachelor's degree in acting.
Spencer attended the OU Drama School at the University of Oklahoma and graduated with the BFA in 2008. It was there that she met the casting director, who helped her understand that her Hollywood dreams were not too far from reaching. “I had the opportunity to take a few lessons on camera while I was at school, and met a casting director who told me quite a bit before I moved to Los Angeles,” she said backstage. “It made Los Angeles feel possible coming from Oklahoma and not having a family that was in the industry.”
Since then, Spencer has had roles in television series such as The Lizzie Bennet Diariesand she switched from birth beyond her The Big Bang Theories.
Kunal Nayyar (Rajesh Koutrappali)
The Indian actor Kunal Nayyar (04/30/1981) is the author of the play "Cotton Candy", which is still on stage in New Delhi theaters. He also engages in voicing cartoons, for example, in Ice Age: Continental Drift, with his voice said Gupta.
In 2011, Miss India 2006, Nehe Kapoor, became Nayyar's wife.
Kaley Cuoco (Penny)
The first fame came to actress Kaley Cuoco (11/30/1985) after starring in the comedy serial film "8 Simple Rules for a Friend of My Teenage Daughter." The last season of the original television series Charmed also came out with Cuoco.
In 2014, the actress had her own star on the Hollywood Walk of Fame. In 2016, she first appeared on the second line in the ranking of “Highest-paid TV actresses”, which is the publication of Forbes, and held her for several years. In the comedy film "Best Man for Rent," Kuoko played the role of Gradchen Palmer.
On the set of The Big Bang Theory, the actress began an affair with Johnny Galecki. They have been together for two years. In 2013, Kuoko married tennis player Ryan Sweeting, but three years later the couple divorced. The next chosen actress Karl Cook became her legal spouse in 2018.
Mayim Bialik (Amy Farah Fowler)
Mayim (12.12.1975) first joined the cast of The Big Bang Theory in 2010 in season 3, as Cooper's potential friend. The following season, Amy moved into the category of the main characters of the sitcom. In his first profession, Maim is a neuroscientist. It is in this specialty in the series that her heroine works.
In the film “On the Beach,” Bialik was offered the role of the young Bette Midler. She also played the main character in the sitcom Blossom.
In 2003, Michael Stone became the actress's husband, with whom she had been married for ten years. Mayim brings up the two sons of Miles and Frederick.
Kevin Sasman (Stuart Bloom)
In the popular sitcom, Sasman (12/04/1970) became the shy, lonely guy Stuart - the owner of a shop selling comics. Mostly Sasman plays minor characters in films and TV shows. Of his most notable works, one should single out roles in the “Height of Freedom” and “Artificial Intelligence”.
In 2006, Kevin married Alessandra Young, and in 2018 the couple divorced, although before that she had not lived together for several years. Now the actor is dating Whitney Rice.
With nephews on his Bar Mitzvah
Will Wheaton (cameo)
In the famous television project, American actor Will Wheaton (07/29/1972) plays himself. He played supporting roles in the TV series Star Trek: The Next Generation, Thinking Like a Criminal, Guild, and Black Matter. On television, he is broadcasting TableTop on board games, in which he competes with his guests.
The story of Leonard, Sheldon, Penny and their friends will surely cheer you up and evoke positive emotions. It is for the positive atmosphere and good humor that the audience loves this series.
In 2017, the premiere of the spin-off of the famous television project entitled “Sheldon’s Childhood” took place. The series is dedicated to the young years of the protagonist of The Big Bang Theory.