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Stephen Hawking dead, Hollywood remembers the 'ladies man'

IANS  |  Los Angeles 

Stars paid their condolences to British following his death on Wednesday. While remembers him as a "ladies man", the official account of "The Big Bang Theory", a TV series that witnessed appearances of the famed professor, also remembered him.

got candid about the he played in the Academy award-winning film, "The Theory of Everything" in an unearthed interview, reports

Speaking about meeting in the interview with in 2015, the British described him as "as one of the most charistmatic men he's ever met and he's definitely a ladies man."

He also said that he reminded him of because he has this "kind of shabby and cool sex appeal." He also divulged that due to his nerves he kept saying "Hawking" repeatedly to which Stephen said: "Call me Stephen."

then joked that because you can't change the tone of the that used to communicate, he wasn't sure whether he had told him to call him by his name in a really friendly gesture or in a "stop being such a sycophant" way.

However the 36-year-old concluded that he was "so, so generous."

He is not the only one who remembered Hawking as some of the stars even posted their memories on social media, reports

Big Bang Theory (official account of the show): In loving memory of It was an honour to have him on ' Thank you for inspiring us and the world.

Katy Perry: There's a big black hole in my heart hours before Pi day. Rest In Peace

Kumail Nanjiani.: RIP Genuinely very sad to hear that. If you haven't, read It'll make the world feel more amazing and beautiful and strange. It'll also make you feel smart and stupid all at once.

Emmy Rossum: Just sitting here absolutely shattered about Stephen Hawking.

Tommy Chong: Stephen have a sweet journey and we will see you again soon I hope.



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First Published: Wed, March 14 2018. 11:56 IST