Hol­ly­wood re­mem­bers ‘ladies’ man’

The Free Press Journal - - WORLD -

Stars paid their con­do­lences to Bri­tish the­o­ret­i­cal physi­cist Stephen Hawk­ing fol­low­ing his death on Wed­nes­day.

While ac­tor Ed­die Red­mayne re­mem­bers him as a "ladies man", the of­fi­cial Twit­ter ac­count of "The Big Bang The­ory", a TV series that wit­nessed ap­pear­ances of the famed pro­fes­sor, also re­mem­bered him, re­ports IANS.

Red­mayne got can­did about the cel­e­brated physi­cist he played in the Academy award-win­ning film, "The The­ory of Ev­ery­thing" in an un­earthed in­ter­view, re­ports dailystar.co.uk.

Speak­ing about meet­ing Hawk­ing in the in­ter­view with Jimmy Kim­mel in 2015, the Bri­tish ac­tor de­scribed him as "as one of the most charist­matic men he's ever met and he's def­i­nitely a ladies man."

He also said that he re­minded him of ac­tor James Dean be­cause he has this "kind of shabby and cool sex ap­peal."

He also di­vulged that due to his nerves he kept say­ing "Pro­fes­sor Hawk­ing" re­peat­edly to which Stephen said: "Call me Stephen."

Red­mayne then joked that be­cause you can't change the tone of the voice equip­ment that Hawk­ing used to com­mu­ni­cate, he wasn't sure whether he had told him to call him by his name in a re­ally friendly ges­ture or in a "stop be­ing such a syco­phant" way. How­ever the 36-year-old con­cluded that he was "so, so gen­er­ous."

He is not the only one who re­mem­bered Hawk­ing as some of the stars even posted their mem­o­ries on so­cial me­dia, re­ports hol­ly­woodre­porter.com.

Big Bang The­ory (of­fi­cial Twit­ter ac­count of the show): In lov­ing mem­ory of Stephen Hawk­ing. It was an hon­our to have him on 'The Big Bang The­ory. Thank you for in­spir­ing us and the world.

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