Answer: Carol Ann Susi
Carol Ann Susi was an American actress who gained worldwide stardom portraying the character Mrs. Wolowitz on the TV series "The Big Bang Theory".
Answer: Sex and the City
In 2001, HBO's "Sex and the City" was the first cable sitcom to win an Emmy for "Outstanding Comedy Series" during its third season on-air.
Answer: Jim Parsons
Jim Parsons, who was born on March 24, 1973, is the oldest of all the major cast members of the sitcom.
Many people don't see the resemblance of a beagle in Snoopy. His energetic personality, appetite, and loving attitude mirrors a beagle though.
Answer: Pinwright's Progress
The British sitcom titled "Pinwright's Progress" is noted for being the world's first television sitcom. It aired from November 1946 to May 1947.
Penny's hometown is Omaha, Nebraska. She moved from Omaha to Pasadena, California to pursue her dreams of becoming a successful actress.
Answer: New York City
"Sex and the City" is filmed in multiple locations in New York City. Some of these notable locations include Loeb Central Park Boathouse, Jefferson Market Garden and New York Public Library. The series played a crucial role in making these locations famous the world over.
Answer: Karate Kid
The stars of "the Karate Kid" find themselves once again going at it, this time as middle-aged adults, in "Cobra Kai".
Like many of the characters on "Seinfeld", the Soup Nazi was inspired by a real-life person, in this case a soup vendor from New York City.