Todd Spiewak, Jim Parson’s Boyfriend, Is His ‘Favorite Person On The Planet’ In Emmy Speech
Todd Spiewak has been in a relationship with The Big Bang Theory star Jim Parsons for over a decade and was mentioned in Parson’s Emmy acceptance speech as his 'favorite person on the planet' last night.
When Parsons, 40, subtlety came out in 2012, it was revealed that he had been dating Spiewak for a number of years. Spiewak, 36, works in Los Angeles as a freelance Art Director. After graduating from Boston University with a degree in Graphic Design in 1999, he held art director positions at Digitas and Draftfc before he began freelancing in 2007.
Aside from his profession and relationship status, little is known about the man who captured the comedic actor’s heart. It’s been rumored that following the 2010 Emmy’s, when Parsons picked up his first Outstanding Actor in a Comedy Series award, he proposed to his longtime beau and the two made plans to marry in Massachusetts.
Parsons has kept relatively tightlipped since he came out in an interview with The New York Times. While Spiewak is routinely seen at his side walking through New York City and LA, at sporting events and on award show nights, Parsons chooses to keep the details of his personal life relatively private.
– Chelsea Regan
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