Mayim Bialik Talks New Podcast, Acting Projects & Motherhood! | Celebrity Page
Actress, producer, author, podcast host, mother, neuroscientist... there's nothing Mayim Bialik can't do!

Mayim Bialik is not your average person!

Her popular podcast, Mayim Bialik's Breakdown, examines mental health issues and well-being from an entertainment perspective with the focus on education and sharing life experience and information.

"My partner Jonathan Cohen and I decided to kind of put our mental health money where our mouth was and really talk the talk of mental health," Bialik said.

Thematically, the podcast is representative of a "we're all in this together, let's figure it out" mentality and does not profess to diagnose or provide treatment. You can catch "Mayim Bialik's Breakdown" on Apple or Spotify or view it on YouTube.

Also on the front burner for Mayim is her upcoming feature film directorial debut with As Sick as They Made Us, which she also wrote and is currently in pre-production with Dustin Hoffman and Candace Bergen set to star. The drama tells the story of a dysfunctional family dealing with the fallout of divorce.

If you missed the first season of the FOX comedy "Call Me Kat" in which Mayim stars with Swoosie Kurtz, all episodes are available on FOX NOW on Samsung Smart TVs, Roku, Apple TV, Amazon Fire TV, Google Chromecast and Android TV, and Xbox platforms with paid provider subscription.

Just to wrap things up, you can also catch Mayim as the guest host of Jeopardy May 31st through June 11th!

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