September 22, 2013 |
Celebs walking the red carpet at the Emmy Awards know that sustenance is crucial during a long day in the heat. Mayim Bialik, nominated for supporting actress in a comedy for "The Big Bang Theory," was no exception. Bialik, 37, showed reporters Sunday on the Emmys red carpet that she had "lipstick and a cookie" in her tiny emerald-green clutch. She's nominated for her portrayal of socially awkward neurobiologist Amy Farrah Fowler, girlfriend to even more socially awkward Sheldon Cooper (Jim Parsons)
September 2, 1990
Mayim Bialik is one of the most talented young actresses on television today. The pilot episode of NBC's "Blossom" was excellent. And what a treat to watch the Fox comedy "Molloy." James Edward Rodriguez, Los Angeles
February 20, 1991 |
New ALF Sighting: ALF, the irascible, furry alien once seen everywhere on the NBC schedule, will be back on the network Monday for a cameo appearance on "Blossom." ALF appears as a heavenly gatekeeper when Blossom (Mayim Bialik) dreams of her eternal fate after allowing herself to get tricked into accepting a date with the school geek.
December 17, 1988 |
There's nothing like starting out your film acting experience with a simple, no-brainer part. Just ask 13-year-old Mayim Bialik. All she had to do for her major feature film debut--Touchstone's "Beaches," opening Friday--is play red-headed Bette Midler at age 11, which is a lot like being asked to play a strengthening tropical depression.
March 28, 2014 |
The event: The 22nd annual “A Night at Sardi's,” which honored members of “The Big Bang Theory's” cast, Glen Campbell and the Campbell family. A star-studded revue of Broadway and country tunes, the Wednesday affair benefited the Alzheimer's Assn. (Campbell, who suffers from the disease, did not attend.) The program : Sarah Rafferty of “Suits” and Ben Feldman of “Mad Men” welcomed the crowd. TV director-producer James Burrows introduced comedian Bob Newhart, who told both a riddle and a parrot joke (from what he called his collection of parrot jokes)
March 4, 2012 |
A TV actress with a PhD in neuroscience, Mayim Bialik, 36, takes on a third career as author with Tuesday's publication of "Beyond the Sling: A Real-Life Guide to Raising Confident, Loving Children the Attachment Parenting Way" (Touchstone). Bialik, who starred in the '90s sitcom "Blossom," is a regular on CBS' Caltech comedy, "The Big Bang Theory," where she plays a nerdy neuroscientist. Bialik, who earned her degrees at UCLA, is married to her college sweetie, Michael Stone; they have two sons -- Miles, 6 1/2, and Frederick, 3 1/2. -- What is attachment parenting and why did you write the book?