Jim Parsons, the actor who played Sheldon Cooper in 'The Big Bang Theory', shares one personality trait with his character: shyness. When he was a child, Jim froze at a kindergarten open house, much like how Sheldon remains solitary due to his personality. Despite this, Jim finds Sheldon's deconstruction of conversations enjoyable. He narrates 'Young Sheldon' and has been busy producing a TV mini-series and acting in films and voice projects. Fans may be disappointed that Jim no longer plays Sheldon, but he knew it was a good fit for him from the start, with his audition being the most flawless the showrunners had seen.