Popular actress Mayim Bialik has revealed why viewers loved Amy and Sheldon so much as a couple.
The popular series of The Big Bang Theory it is still one of the most loved shows by viewers despite having ended. But, the actress of Amy Farrah Fowler, Mayim Bialik, has revealed why viewers loved his character and Sheldon so much.
The actress Mayim Bialik, entered the series of The Big Bang Theory during season 3 of the show, to play Amy Farrah Fowler, What she did not imagine was that her character would be part of the most important of the show.
“I think Jim Pearson and I didn’t know where this relationship would go,” says Bialik.
“There was a lot to us not being a sexually active couple, but still being romantically and intimately interconnected in so many ways. I’d say it’s probably the longest-running non-sexual relationship on TV, at least that I know of.”
The strange relationship they had Sheldon and Amy, He became a sensation for viewers of the program, for the amazing way that the two characters carried their courtship.
Amy’s character was only supposed to be a guest star. In fact, that is why Bialik first auditioned for the role. But it became part of the heart of the show.
The actress also revealed the reason why she decided to audition for The Big Bang Theory as a guest star, something that out of necessity became an acknowledged star.
“It’s true that after I got my Ph.D. I had a baby and a toddler and I was running out of health insurance.”
“I had been teaching neuroscience for about five years after getting my degree, and I thought if I could get a job here or there I could get health insurance. And I had never seen The Big Bang Theory, I didn’t. I don’t know what it was. It was a guest spot, a possible recurring role, and that’s how I ended up auditioning. “
Without a doubt The Big Bang Theory, managed to be a catapult for Bialik, which happened to be recognized internationally, something that is now opening the doors to new roles.
Currently the actress is premiering her new series called, “Call me Kat”, a sitcom aired on Fox and Zorro.