Los Angeles, .- The stars of the series “The Big Bang Theory” immortalized today their tracks and signatures in cement in front of the Chinese Theater of Los Angeles, which is located on the Hollywood Walk of Fame.
The actors Johnny Galecki (Leonard, in the television comedy), Jim Parsons (Sheldon), Kaley Cuoco (Penny), Simon Helberg (Howard), Kunal Nayyar (Raj), Melissa Rauch (Bernadette) and Mayim Bialik (Amy) were the protagonists of this ceremony which paid tribute to the legacy of “The Big Bang Theory”, which will be fired from the public on May 16 after twelve seasons on the air.
“It is difficult to dissolve a family after twelve years,” said Chuck Lorre, the creator of this series.
In addition, Jim Parsons said that this tribute was “very exciting” and “the most incredibly perfect weekend” for “The Big Bang Theory”.
“This is the best cast in the world, I feel very honored to be here and have been part of this experience,” said Kaley Cuoco.
The official account on Instagram of the series published on Tuesday a black and white photograph in which they appeared these seven interpreters in the last day of shooting of “The Big Bang Theory”.
Broadcast on the CBS network in the United States since 2007, “The Big Bang Theory” became in recent years one of the most popular and followed television comedies in the world.
The premise of the series presents two extraordinary physicists, brilliant in science but lousy in personal relationships, who were with a new neighbor in their building.
“The Big Bang Theory” has launched the career of performers like Kaley Cuoco, Johnny Galecki, Simon Helberg, Kunal Nayyar and, especially, Jim Parsons, who for his acclaimed performance of the singular Sheldon Cooper has won a Golden Globe and four Emmys to the best actor in a series of comedy.
The five main interpreters of the series (Parsons, Galecki, Cuoco, Helberg and Nayyar) earned $ 900,000 per episode, according to information from Variety’s specialized media in February 2017.
However, the five protagonists accepted reductions in their salary, which reached up to one million dollars per episode, to compensate the salaries of Mayim Bialik and Melissa Rauch, secondary actresses of the show but increasingly with greater weight in history.
The role of Sheldon Cooper led to a “spin-off” (derivative series) entitled “Young Sheldon” about the childhood of this character, which began airing in 2017. (EFEUSA)