Josh Schwartz, who plays genius scientist Sheldon Cooper, shared his top 10 favorite things about his family in a new interview with EW.
In the new episode, “The Big Bang,” the show’s star and executive producer Josh Schwartz discusses the importance of family, how he became a fan of sci-fi and the importance in a show like “The X-Files” of having strong female characters.
Schwartz said he loves watching his father, who has dementia, and his mother, who is a former model, visit him when they are in New York.
“It was an amazing experience,” he said.
“My dad would always get up at 6 a.m. and drive over to the house for dinner.
I just really like him.
My mom is the same way.”
Schwartz, whose parents are both former models, also said he has always had a “big crush” on his mom.
“I love that we have a big crush on each other,” he told EW.
“So, I’ve always been attracted to her.
We’re just in love.”
Schwartz also said that he was always attracted to “The Bachelor” when he was younger, but that he would never make the move to reality TV. “
We’re working on it now,” he added.
Schwartz also said that he was always attracted to “The Bachelor” when he was younger, but that he would never make the move to reality TV.
“If I would’ve done it, I would have been on the show.
But I wouldn’t have been the Bachelor, so I’m just kind of happy to have the opportunity to work on a reality show,” Schwartz said.
Schwartz, now 43, is an Oscar winner for his role as Leonard Nimoy on “Star Trek: The Next Generation.”
He also starred as Peter Fonda in “Lawrence of Arabia” and appeared in the Oscar-winning movie “The King’s Speech.”
Schwartz has also been married to fellow “The Office” actor Michaela Watkins since 2011.
Schwartz’s other credits include “The Mindy Project” and “Crazy Ex-Girlfriend.”
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