Jim Parsons’ Height, Weight, Body Measurements, Biography

Jim Parsons

Bio

What’s the height and weight of this beautiful actor? Jim Parsons has an attractive body, to be sure. Below is a list of all his known body measurements and more!

James Joseph “Jim” Parsons is an American actor born on 24th March 1973. He earned fame and success by playing the role of Sheldon Cooper in the CBS sitcom The Big Bang Theory. Parsons acting career bestowed him with several awards and nominations including Golden Globe Award and Primetime Emmy Award. He began his career with minor roles in different films and television series such as Garden State and School for Scoundrels but the role of Sheldon Cooper in The Big Bang Theory gave him breakthrough after which he appeared in several successful projects. Moreover, Jim Parsons Broadway debut came up in 2011 from the play The Normal Heart which provided him a nomination of Drama Desk Award. Later on, he performed a role in the Broadway, An Act of God. In his personal life, Jim Parsons is gay and had been in a relationship with Todd Spiewak for the last ten years.

Body Measurements Statistics

All Jim Parsons’ body measurements including for example shoe size, height and weight.

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Shoe size:10.5
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Height:6 Feet 1 Inch (186 cm)
Weight:146 lbs (66 kg)
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Net Worth:$160 Million

Quotes

There’s no audience to wonderfully get in your way when you’re doing a single-camera anything, whether it’s a sitcom or drama or film. And I do mean that in the best way.

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The theater I got to do informs every move I make as an actor and will for the rest of my life. I can’t shake it if I wanted to, but I don’t want to.

Jim Parsons

I love seeing tennis up close.

Jim Parsons

I try to master every facet of a character in order to build a safety net for myself, so I can go on to take more risks to create someone really distinct.

Jim Parsons

I was very average in the social label scale going through school. I was neither the coolest person in school, nor did I suffer the slings and arrows of being made fun of to such a degree that I couldn’t get through the day.

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