Where the cast of The Big Bang Theory are now: From real life scientist to shock divorce
HAVE you ever wondered what the cast of The Big Bang Theory are up to now?
Fans of the American sitcom were heartbroken when the final season aired back in 2019.
The Big Bang Theory, created Chuck Lorre and Bill Prady, ran a total of 279 episodes across 12 series from 2007 to 2019.
It followed the lives of Sheldon Cooper (Jim Parsons) and his geeky pals, who live in Pasadena, California.
It was loved by many because of the hilarious on-screen dynamics between the characters, which were played out by some great actors and actresses.
Nearly three years on since the CBS show finished and the stars are still living pretty hectic lifestyles.
Let's have a look at what they've been doing…
Kaley, 35, played Penny Teller-Hofstadter in the show from the very first episode back in 2007.
Her alter-ego was a huge hit from the start and went on to marry Leonard in season nine.
Shortly after The Big Bang Theory ended, Kaley landed herself as the voiceover of Harley Quinn in the American adult animated cartoon based on the DC Comics character.
She also played the voice of Pool Water in spin-off series Young Sheldon the same year.
In 2020 she began playing the main role in HBO Max thriller The Flight Attendant, and is also the executive producer.
Kaley will also appear as Maggie in upcoming 2022 film The Man From Toronto and Meet Cute.
Although her career is thriving, Kaley has had to deal with heartbreak behind closed doors.
Earlier this month it was revealed that the star filed for divorce from husband Karl Cook after three years of marriage.
Kaley and Karl tied the knot in 2018 after two years of dating.
Jim, 48, is most well known for playing protagonist Sheldon Cooper in the popular sitcom.
Despite the Caltech theoretical physicist's difficult personality, he was loved by fans, as well as the rest of the characters on the show.
After The Big Bang Theory ended, Jim landed a role in crime film Extremely Wicked, Shockingly Evil and Vile and starred in The Boys in the Band in 2020.
Jim has also played himself in the special Covid-19 series Staged and The Simpsons.
Not only can he work his magic on screen, but he's also great behind the camera.
He is the executive produer for comedy Special and drama Hollywood.
Mayim, 45, took on the role of Amy Farrah Fowler for a total of 203 episodes from the third season.
Playing a neuroscientist on the show was pretty easy for her as she has a PhD in neuroscience.
Her biggest role since has been main character Kat in sitcom Call Me Kat, which was produced by her former The Big Bang Theory co-star Jim Parsons.
She hasn't completely forgotten about the show as she's appeared in Young Sheldon as a voiceover.
The star also touched into the world of reality television and hosted TBS' Celebrity Show-Off and taken part in NBC game show Match Game and Jeopardy!.
She is also a director of an upcoming drama film As Sick As They Made Us.
Johnny, 46, played physicist Leonard Hofstadter from 2007 to 2019.
He appeared in 279 episodes over the years and reportedly had an off-screen relationship with his on-screen wife Kaley.
Since 2019 he's kept a low profile but has played Henry Montgomery in the comedy film A Dog's Journey in 2019.
TV wise, he starred as David Healey in The Conners.
After a year of dating Alaina Meyer, they welcomed their son Avery into the world in November 2019.
A year later the pair called time on their relationship.
Kunal, 40, played astrophysicist Raj Koothrappali from season one straight through to series 12.
Film wise he's played Dr. Robin Sathi in Sweetness in the Belly, Guy Diamond in Trolls World Tour, Mr. Mills in Think Like a Dog and most recently, landed a role Spaceman.
He also played Sandeep Singh in Criminal: UK in 2020 and is also going to play a character in upcoming TV show Suspicion.
Simon, 40, is best known for playing Howard Wolowitz in the show.
He recently played the conductor in 2021 film Annette, and will soon hit our screens as Nathan in As Sick As They Made Us, which has been written by his former co-star Mayim.
He's also voiced a squirrel in Pixar's Dug Days and will also voice a character in the upcoming comedy show Green Eggs And Ham.
Melissa, 41, took on the role of Howard Wolowitz's wife Bernadette Rostenkowski-Wolowitz from the second series.
In 2019 she played Shira in two episodes of Black Monday and various voices in Robot Chicken. A year later she starred in Animaniacs as Marie Antoinette.
She's voiced Gwen the Cat in popular film Cats & Dogs: Paws Unite! last year, and Ode to Joy and The Laundromat, both in 2019.
During her time on The Big Bang Theory she gave birth to her daughter Sadie in 2017, who she shares with Winston Rauch.
In 2020 she welcomed her sonBrooks into the world.
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