Have you ever questioned why Mayim Bialik appeared to be a scientist on “The Big Bang Theory”?
That could be the case since she is one. In addition to being a neuroscientist who received her Ph.D. in 2007, Bialik has been an actress since the late 1980s. Prior to resuming her acting career, she worked as a research professor.
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Mayim Bialik net worth
Mayim Bialik began her acting career in 1988 with the horror movie “Pumpkinhead”; she was born in San Diego, California. Her first significant role came when she played the lead in the 114-episode television series “Blossom” from 1992 to 1994.
She gained four Primetime Emmy nominations and a net worth of over $25 million thanks to her portrayal of Dr. Amy Farrah Fowler on the hit sitcom “The Big Bang Theory,” according to Celebrity Net Worth.
Hold up. Actress Mayim Bialik, who played neuroscientist Amy Farrah Fowler on The Big Bang Theory, actually has a PhD in neuroscience from UCLA? Wow! I’ll be got damn. Did not know that. Just heard it today. IMPRESSIVE. pic.twitter.com/x1om348HhB
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Mayim Bialik’s “The Big Bang Theory” salary
Bialik’s final contract included a pay decrease for other show characters so that she and co-star Melissa Rauch could receive an increase in compensation. This brought their combined remuneration to $10 million per season, or $450,000 per episode.
With a claimed salary of $200,000 each episode, or little less than half of that, she reportedly began to make about $4.5 million per season.
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