The Big Bang Theory: Mayim Bialik Revealed The Reason That Led Her To Land The Role Of Amy


For twelve long seasons, fans enjoyed an impressive character arc on the sitcom The Big Bang Theory on CBS.

One of The Big Bang Theory’s most prominent characters was without a doubt that of the socially awkward Sheldon Cooper, played by Jim Parsons throughout the series’ run.

For the first three seasons, Sheldon Cooper never showed any interest in loving relationships, until Mayim Bialik’s neuroscientist Amy Farrah Fowler came to The Big Bang Theory in season three, initially as a guest star.

With the fourth installment of The Big Bang Theory, Bialik’s role in the comedy became a regular character, leading her to be one of the standouts for portraying Sheldon Cooper’s romantic interest.

As all fans know, Amy and Sheldon showed a cold bond from the start, due to the physical-theoretical problem of relating. The question, which was evolving as the seasons passed until they finally “had intercourse” for the first time in the ninth installment and then marry in season 11.

And it is that Mayim Bialik stayed longer than expected in The Big Bang Theory. The interpreter of Amy confessed in an interview that after obtaining her doctorate in real life and after giving birth to her baby, she had the main reason for joining the cast of the hit comedy.


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