Simon Helberg

Simon Helberg Simon Helberg is an American actor, comedian and musician best known for his role as Howard Wolowitz on The Big Bang Theory. Before The Big Bang Theory, Helberg appeared on the sketch comedy series "MADtv".

Helberg's other television credits include appearances on "Studio 60 on the Sunset Strip", "Arrested Development", "Joey" and "Reno 911!". His film credits include "A Serious Man", "Good Night and Good Luck", "The Selling" and "I Am I".

With his wife Jocelyn Towne, Simon Helberg directed the 2015 romantic comedy "We'll Never Have Paris", which he wrote based on their real-life story of their engagement.

In 2016, Simon Helberg starred alongside Meryl Streep and Hugh Grant in the film "Florence Foster Jenkins", adopted from a true-story of a wealthy socialite who became a cult singing sensation despite her lack of musical talent. Helberg stars as the titular character's reluctant pianist, Cosme McMoon. As an accomplished pianist, the film features Helberg's real piano playing.

Born and raised in Los Angeles, Helberg attended NYU's Tisch School of the Arts. He lives in Los Angeles with his wife, Jocelyn.

Simon Helberg's Latest Tweets

7 days ago: Are these the values we want in the White House shaping the US? Stephen Bannon is dangerous to all of us.#stopbannon

2 weeks ago: Call the DOJ at 202-514-2000 & tell them you want the votes AUDITED! Takes 1 minute but must happen TODAY!

2 weeks ago: Donald is taking care of Donald. We've been conned. Single parent families will be hit hardest. Disgusting.

2 weeks ago: These NAZIS have the full support of Trump's chief strategist, Stephen Bannon, a proud white nationalist.#stopbannon

2 weeks ago: NAZIS celebrating Trump's win in DC went out to eat & celebrate more. No jokes here. Pay attention. These are NAZIS.

Latest News Stories

Title Date Posted
Trailer for Simon Helberg's We'll Never Have Paris December 9, 2014
Simon Helberg on Conan April 3, 2014
Happy Birthday Simon! December 9, 2013
Simon Helberg and A World with No Math August 7, 2012