The popular American sitcom “The Big Bang Theory” revolves partly around the science. Now, the show’s creator, Chuck Lorre, and the actors decided to share their success to just aspiring scientists.
According to Deadline Hollywood has ordained a Lorre “The Big Bang Theory” -stipendium that can be searched by students studying at UCLA in Los Angeles. The idea is that the scholarship will provide financial support to students from low-income families.
– Some of them might have grown up with the series and inspired to study science. It would be fantastic if we could help, says Lorre.
So far, the TV show’s actors and producers gathered corresponding to 34 million to the Scholarship Fund.
“The Big Bang Theory” had premiered in 2007 and has so far been broadcast in eight seasons.
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