Jim Parson who shot to fame after playing Sheldon cooper in TV sitcom Big Bang Theory, admits on not knowing where his career will go after saying good bye after playing Sheldon for 12 straight years. Parsons starred as socially awkward physicist Cooper on the sitcom for 12 years from 2007, with the last episode airing in May 2019. In an interview with the leading daily, Person claims he had no idea what he’ll do after the show gets over, he said, “Ryan approached me at a time in my life and career where I had honestly no idea what was next or what I wanted to do. It was only a few months after Big Bang had ended. I’m not going to tell you what I was looking for, because I didn’t know. I thought I’d know it when I saw it. And then Ryan came along, and that’s all I needed to know.” Jim is currently seen in Ryan Murphy’s Netflix series Hollywood where he plays the role of talent agent Henry Wilson.