Who is Mayim Bialik's boyfriend Jonathan Cohen?

Who is Mayim Bialik's boyfriend Jonathan Cohen?

MAYIM Bialik was married for several years before she divorced her husband in 2013.

Bialik, who is set to host Jeopardy!, revealed she is currently in a new relationship.

Who is Mayim Bialik's boyfriend Jonathan Cohen?

When asked about her single life, Bialik told the Jewish News Syndicate: " I am in a relationship. I got divorced eight years ago, so I’ve been single plenty in my life."

Her partner, Jonathan Cohen is a poet, writer and futurist as reported by USA Today.

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He co-hosts a Spotify podcast called Mayim Bialik's Breakdown with his girlfriend.

"The podcast is me using my science brain to break down concepts and talk about the myths and misunderstandings that we have about mental health," Bialik has said about the podcast.

It's reported that Cohen is also a father.

Who is Mayim Bialik's ex-husband Michael Stone?

Michael Stone is a businessman who was married to Mayim Bialik from 2003 to 2013.

Stone was a Mormon, but converted to Judaism when they tied the knot.

After nearly a decade together they split because of “irreconcilable differences," according to Bialik.

“Divorce is terribly sad, painful and incomprehensible for children. It is not something we have decided lightly,” she wrote on her parenting blog at the time.

She added: “The main priority for us now is to make the transition to two loving homes as smooth and painless as possible.

“Our sons deserve parents committed to their growth and health and that s what we are focusing on.

"Our privacy has always been important and is even more so now, and we thank you in advance for respecting it as we negotiate this new terrain.”

When is Bialik hosting Jeopardy!?

Bialik will be hosting the popular game show Jeopardy! for two weeks – from May 31 until June 11.

Celebrities have been filling in as host following the death of Alex Trebek.

"There's a lot of responsibility that falls on the host," Bialik told People.

"I think also there's a lot of iconic pressure. When I was looking over some of the scripts, I was thinking, how would Alex [Trebek] say this?

"And that's probably not who I'm expected to be, Alex Trebek, but in my head, I am Alex Trebek – that's who I want to be."

She added: "It wasn't like, a cultural cornerstone of my parents' and my life growing up, but obviously I've watched it.

"I've been an answer, I think two or three times, which is crazy."

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She says she feels "a lot of responsibility" toward the role as it approaches.

"The idea is not to bring my personality to Jeopardy!, it's to provide a service as the host for those episodes to the best of my ability, and mostly to rock a blazer," she told People.

She said "I need 10 outfits, so finding 10 blazers, and I think we're there."

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