As a mother, scientist and science communicator, product of Jewish scholarships, mental health advocate and popular actor, and host of Jeopardy!, Bialik is a sought-after speaker by Universities, Jewish Federations and synagogues, Science & Tech Corporations, healthcare organizations, and a variety of charity-based organizations. She has been hosted in half of the United States and all across Canada, as well as Mexico, Germany, and Israel. She speaks for crowds of thousands with ease and also gets tremendous attention for her smaller more personalized talks and panels. Virtual talks have been very successful in a variety of formats, often drawing Zoom rooms to capacity. She is known for her down-to-earth and intimate approach to speaking and storytelling, which she caters to each individual community. Beloved in Jewish circles across all denominations, she especially enjoys meeting and speaking with Jewish communities all over the world. And yes: she takes selfies with people.
Mayim Hoya Bialik is best known for her lead role as Blossom Russo in the 1990s NBC sitcom Blossom, as well as Amy Farrah Fowler on the CBS comedy, The Big Bang Theory, for which she garnered 2 Critics’ Choice Award wins, a SAG nomination, and 4 Emmy nominations. Bialik and her company, Sad Clown Productions, produced the FOX show Call Me Kat, which she starred in for three seasons.
Bialik holds a BS and PhD in Neuroscience from UCLA and she is one of the hosts of Jeopardy! (for which she has been nominated for a Critics’ Choice Real TV Award.) Along with her partner, Jonathan Cohen, Bialik hosts a successful podcast, Mayim Bialik’s Breakdown, breaking down myths about mental health; the podcast has 20 million downloads and counting.
Bialik’s screenwriting and directorial debut, As They Made Us, came out in 2022 and stars Dustin Hofman, Candice Bergen, Simon Helberg, and Dianna Agron. She is a #1 New York Times Best-Selling Author for Girling Up and Boying Up. She lives in Los Angeles with her teenage sons and 3 cats.