When it comes to celebrating science and its theories, legendary scientist Stephen Hawking’s name always makes it to the top of the list.
He didn’t just have an exceptional mind that devised various theories about space and time but he also introduced us to various philosophies about universe and humanity. But today we lost the legendary scientist, and the world of science will never be the same.
He took his last breath at the age of 76 at his home in Cambridge.
But let us tell you that it wasn’t just his work in physics that makes him so interesting, it was also that he was an ace actor as well. After all, how many scientists do you know who were as cool as him? He had the ultimate attitude and there is no one who can say otherwise!
Hawking was loved for his wit which we often got to see in many of his appearances in famous movies and television series.
Among his many cameos, we just love the way he trolled Sheldon Cooper like a boss in ‘The Big Bang Theory’. If you don’t watch the show you may not know this, but Hawking made seven cameo appearances in the series and was also part of their 200th episode.
Remember him singing “Happy Birthday” to Sheldon over Skype? That’s was epic right?
Moments between him and Sheldon will always remain special!
And we also can’t forget this episode ever!
And this one!
This one is just so cool!
Another one for all the true fans!
Meanwhile, the entire cast of ‘Big Bang Theory’ paid a moving tribute to him. Johnny Galecki who plays Leonard took to his Instagram and shared a picture of Hawking with the team. He wrote, “RIP #stephenhawking Not only your brilliance, but your sense of humor will be sorely missed by all,” . Kaley Cuoco, who plays Penny, shared the same photo, writing, “It was truly such an honor getting to work with the incredible Stephen Hawking.”
RIP #stephenhawking Not only your brilliance, but your sense of humor will be sorely missed by all. “Life would be tragic if it weren’t funny.” — Stephen Hawking
Just reliving some hilarious moments where Hawking left us in splits. RIP sir, you are irreplaceable!