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Mayim Bialik Net Worth and Salary: Mayim Bialik is an American actress and neuroscientist who has a net worth of $25 million dollars. Bialik first gained recognition for her portrayal of a young Bette Midler in the 1989 movie “Beaches,” but she is best known for playing Blossom Russo on NBC’s “Blossom” and Dr. Amy Farrah Fowler on CBS sitcom “The Big Bang Theory,” a role that earned her 4 Primetime Emmy nominations. In 2017, several “The Big Bang Theory” actors reportedly took a pay cut so Mayim and co-star Melissa Rauch could get raises, bringing Bialik’s salary up to $450,000 per episode. Mayim earned a Ph.D. in neuroscience in 2007 and worked as a research professor before she returned to acting.
Early Life: Mayim Bialik was born Mayim Chaya Bialik on December 12, 1975, in San Diego, California. She is the only child of Barry (who passed away in 2015) and Beverly and comes from a family of Jewish immigrants. Mayim’s parents raised her in Reform Judaism, but in 2012, she said that she considers herself an “aspiring Modern Orthodox.” Bialik attended North Hollywood High School, graduating in 1993. After receiving a deferred acceptance due to her acting commitments, she attended UCLA, majoring in neuroscience and minoring in Hebrew and Jewish studies, and earned her B.S. degree in 2000. Mayim began studying for her doctorate but took a break in 2005 to focus on acting; 2 years later, she earned her Ph.D. degree in neuroscience from UCLA.
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Drama is what I did before 'Blossom.'Mayim Bialik
I do believe babies are born potty-trained. They're born knowing and are able to give subtle signals that become very prominent if you reinforce them.Mayim Bialik
Auditions are hard. You should see what most of the women look like when I audition for things - they look like they should be on the catwalk.Mayim Bialik
I don't look like most women in the industry.Mayim Bialik
I was always kind of a school person - my parents were teachers, and my grandparents were immigrants, so their big thing was, 'Go to college, go to college, go to college.'Mayim Bialik