Jim Parsons, aka the lovable and completely ridiculous Sheldon Cooper on CBS' hit show "The Big Bang Theory," has officially come out of the closet.
During a feature profile with the New York Times, the actor spoke about his last staged production, the Broadway revival of the critically acclaimed play "The Normal Heart," where he played a gay activist.
Parsons talked about how the role resonated with him because of his sexual orientation and because he has been in a relationship for 10 years.
I'm converting my office. From now on it's the Vote Jim Parsons campaign headquarters to get the Big Bang Theory star an Emmy nomination. After watching last night's paintball-ignited war between Sheldon (Parsons) and Penny (Kaley C... Read Post
In honor of The Big Bang Theory's return tonight with the first of nine new episodes, in a new timeslot (Mondays, 8 p.m. ET, CBS), we present the return of PopWatch Duel. We asked costars Jim Parsons (Sheldon, pictured left)... Read Post