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CNN Proclaims Jim Parsons "Super Hot on Web"

11 years ago by Troy Schulze
Today, CNN reported: "It is official: Jim Parsons is the new poster child for geekdom." That's all fine and good, but if the Big Bang Theory star is to be the poster child for anything, we wish it were for general awesomeness. You see, we know Jim. We love Jim...
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Jim Parsons On a Streak; Wins Golden Globe

10 years ago by Troy Schulze
We were wondering if Houston boy Jim Parsons' success is still newsworthy in these parts. After winning last year's Best Actor Emmy for his role as Sheldon Cooper in CBS' The Big Bang Theory, and the series being renewed for three more years (Parsons will make $200,000 an episode with...
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Jim Parsons Of Houston Nabs A Big Emmy Nomination

11 years ago by Richard Connelly
Jim Parsons, proud alumnus of Klein Oak High, UH and the Infernal Bridegroom Theater company, has nabbed an Emmy nomination.Parsons was nominated for playing Sheldon Cooper in CBS' Big Bang Theory. According to the Hollywood Reporter, his reaction was pretty simple."I'll just say 'Bazinga,'" he told them.He faces some pretty...
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Jim Parsons Plugs Houston's Museum District

11 years ago by Troy Schulze
Today, CultureMap reported on the above video clip in which Big Bang Theory actor and Houston native Jim Parsons plugs the Houston Museum District, saying, "I lived in Houston, and I lived in New York for a time. I saw more horses in New York than I ever saw in...
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Jim Parsons on Broadway in Harvey, but Who Will Play Harvey?

10 years ago by Abby Koenig
It was just announced that Houston's favorite nerd, Jim Parsons, will return to Broadway this coming spring. Parsons, who made his big stage debut this past year in Larry Kramer's The Normal Heart, will now take on the lead role in the Pulitzer Prize winning play Harvey. Harvey is about...
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Houstonian Jim Parsons Wins Second Emmy for Lead Actor in a Comedy

10 years ago by CAROLINE EVANS
Hollywood's favorite television nerd (and UH and Klein Oak High graduate) Jim Parsons won his second Emmy last night for his performance as Sheldon Cooper in The Big Bang Theory. Parsons accepted his Emmy from America's favorite trainwreck, Charlie Sheen. "This is so odd for so many reasons," he said,...
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Jim Parsons and Houston Theater Get Some Attention in a NY Times piece

9 years ago by Margaret Downing
Big Bang Theory's Jim Parsons got a write-up in The New York Times as he prepares for his lead role in Harvey, and Houston got some mentions, too. According to the story, Parsons was a theater nerd right from the start -- although for years he was also intrigued by...
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Bing Bang Theory's Jim Parsons Loves Him Some Houston Sports

8 years ago by Jeff Balke
Anyone who has seen any interviews with multiple Emmy Award winner Jim Parsons knows of his love for his home town. He is not shy in talking up Houston on national talk shows and even dropping in stuff about us in his show. But, even more than being an unabashed...
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BAZINGA! Rockets Fan, Actor Jim Parsons Sends Video Message to Dwight Howard

8 years ago by Jeff Balke
Maybe Dwight Howard wasn't interested in Slim Thug's pitch of strippers and cheap cribs. If not, maybe he'll listen to an Emmy winner and a serious basketball fan. Jim Parsons, who grew up in Houston and performed in local theater groups before moving to LA and making it big on...
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The Week In TV: Parsons Emmy Win; Bristol Palin and The Situation Sadly Not a Band

11 years ago by Daniel Carlson
First off, we love the above clip--Alec Baldwin refers to Houston's own Jim Parsons as "what's his name," and then compares Parsons to Argentine tennis star Juan Martin del Potro: "He's coming to the Open; he's gonna kick our ass." And he did. Otherwise, we're all a bunch of Bucky...

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