Quick One: On Typecasting

Typecasting must really suck for an actor. And it's a potentially sad result of humans' lazy dispensation towards summary judgements based on appearance and first-impressions.

However some other actors dream of being so lucky to even get a role memora
ble enough to lead to typecasting.

On the less harmful side of typecasting is the notion that you created a character so real that it overshadowed your real self.

Jim Parsons will have to work extra hard to not be Sheldon Cooper in the eyes of the public...

...or he could just cash his cheques smiling all the way to the bank knowing his betters could possibly be bussing at coffee shops as I type.


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