Sheldon Lee Cooper Ph. D, is a fictional persona on the CBS television series The Big Bang Theory, depicted by actor Jim Parsons. For his portrayal, Parsons has won two Primetime Emmy Awards, a Golden...
Globe Award, a TCA Award, and a Critics' Choice Television Award.
Sheldon is a Caltech theoretical physicist who shares a home with his colleague and buddy, Leonard Hofstadter (Johnny Galecki). Sheldon demonstrates a rigorous fidelity to routine, a total inadequacy of social talents, a rare understanding of paradox, sarcasm, and humor, a general shortage of humility or compassion, and displays textbook narcissistic behavior. These characteristics deliver most of the humor involving him, which has led him to be characterized as the show's breakout character. In spite of speculation that Sheldon's personality traits may be coherent with Asperger syndrome, obsessive-- compulsive personality disorder and asexuality,co-creator Bill Prady has repetitively stated that Sheldon's character was neither cooked up nor developed with regard to any of these conditions.
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