Jim Parsons Sports Blond Hair as He Discusses New Film 'Boys in the Band' — Check Out the Look
"The Big Bang Theory" star Jim Parsons debuted his new bad-boy look on the cover of L'Officiel magazine, and fans couldn't help but love his blond hair.
Jim Parsons is an award-winning actor best known for his role as the funny theoretical physicist Sheldon Cooper on the hit TV series "The Big Bang Theory." The 47-year-old blessed fans with the picture from his recent photoshoot and his new hairstyle didn't go unnoticed.
The actor shared the post on Tuesday, November 3 and it captured him posing as the cover for the male edition of the French fashion magazine "L'Officiel Hommes." Parsons looked dashing in a casual collared shirt with beige and black colors paired with a beige plaid suit and white sneakers.
Actor Jim Parsons at the 89th Annual Academy Awards at Hollywood & Highland Center on February 26, 2017 in Hollywood, California | Photo: Getty Images
The look was completed with his blond hair and dark undertones styled elegantly. The 47-year-old exuded confidence as he sat on a white armchair placed in a matching white background and the post was captioned with the words:
"In non-voting news, huge thank you to @lofficielau for putting me on their cover and letting me go in depth about 'Boys in the Band.'"
[Parsons] played a self-loathing 60s gay man in the Netflix movie and the actor confessed that he enjoyed playing such hardcore roles.
He also indicated his gratitude to the photographer and stylist in the caption for the amazing photograph, a sentiment his fans shared as they flooded the post with over a million likes and several comments.
This marked the second time the Emmy winner has gone blond this year. During the quarantine in May, Parsons dyed his hair bleach-blond and described his decision as a means to "jazz it up" for his husband.
According to the 47-year-old, his blond hair made him "one-and-a-half companions" for his husband's amusement. The actor and Todd Spiewak tied the knot in 2017.
After spending 12 seasons on "The Big Bang Theory" Parsons stunned fans with two remarkable performances on the TV show "Hollywood" and the movie "Boys In The Band."
He played a self-loathing 60s gay man in the Netflix movie and the actor confessed that he enjoyed playing such hardcore roles. The movie was also inspiring as he could relate to the homosexual struggle of his character.
Earlier this year, the Golden Globe winner revealed that he and his husband tested positive for coronavirus and shared their struggles. The couple were infected in March and initially believed they had the symptoms of a cold.
Parsons disclosed that he shaved every day while dealing with the disease as he feared the day he would be rushed to the hospital and didn't want to appear like he had lost hope. Thankfully, they both survived the ordeal.