Jim Parsons Has Just Married Partner Todd Spiewak In New York And They Look Cute!

Jim Parsons, Star of CBS Television Sitcom The Big Bang Theory married his long-time partner Todd Spiewak at the Rainbow Room in New York City Saturday night.


Parsons posted on Instagram In November, that he met graphic designer Spiewak 14 years earlier, and “it was the best thing that ever happened to me, no contest.” Jim Parsons came out as gay in a New York Times article published in 2012, the article referenced his work in the Broadway play The Normal Heart centering on gay men dying of AIDS in New York during the 1980’s.


Parson and Spiewak first stepped onto the red carpet together in 2013 when the LGBT young advocacy group GLSEN gave them both the Inspiration Award. Parsons said at the time that he didn’t think he and Spiewak were particularly special saying, “I’ve never considered my relationship with Todd to be an act of activism. Rather simply, it’s an act of love, coffee in the morning, going to work, washing the clothes, taking the dogs [out]—a regular life, boring love.”


In an appearance on The View in 2015, Jim said that he had never been personally interested in the idea of marriage, but might consider it for the symbolism. “If my [getting] married would help the notion in general, even that would be enough to make me want to do it.” Fellow “Big Bang” star Mayim Bialik gushed about the couple and their special day. “What a wedding,” she wrote on Instagram.


“Not a cell phone in sight. Everyone was so present which sounds pretentious but it was truly powerful for us all to just want to be there fully.” The wedding coincided with his character on the big bang theory Sheldon proposing to Amy on Thursday Season 10 Finale of the hit series. Jim Parsons hit show The Big Bang Theory centres on five characters living in Pasadena California: Sheldon Cooper and Leonard Hofstadter Physicists at Caltech, they share an apartment.


Penny, a waitress and aspiring actress lives across the hall. Sheldon and Leonard’s geeky and socially awkward friends and co-workers Howard Wolowitz and Raj Koothrappali, the geekiness and intellect of the four men contrast with Penny’s social skills and comic sense with hilarious results.